San Francisco, California
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SharePoint User Group Meeting June 12th
Date: Thursday, June 12th, 2014
Arrival Time: 5:30 PM to 6:00PM
Presentation: 6:00PM to 7:30PM
Doors Close: 8:00PM
Microsoft San Francisco
835 Market Street (at Powell)
San Francisco, CA 94103
closest BART station is Powell Street
Free pizza and soft drinks provided by Slalom Consulting.
Presentation Topic: Using ABBYY as an Adjunct to SharePoint's Existing Search Capabilities
ABBYY is a 15 year old company that has been primarily known on the front end of the document life cycle - Data Capture. ABBYY’s OCR engine is used by over 100 partners powering their ECM and DMS solutions. ABBYY has been in deep development on a new search platform based on deep linguistic processing called Compreno which will be introduced in the US early next year. The platform can be used as an adjunct to SharePoint’s existing search capabilities.
Tom Garland - product management consultant from ACT Venture Partners working with the ABBYY team on validating Compreno use cases. Tom has worked with many start up companies as an interim executive including EverNote where he was CEO, SVP Marketing at Snaptell an image recognition company sold to Amazon, Tacit software, an enterprise expert location finder company sold to Oracle and Inquira, a self service search company sold to Oracle.
Eugene Pakhomov - product management director at ABBYY for Compreno.
David Bayer - VP Product Management and Marketing for ABBYY. David has been in the search, classification, e-discovery and auto taxonomy generation business for 20 years; including roles at Symantec, Autonomy, Iron Mountain and Stratify.
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The San Francisco Bay Area SharePoint User Group is a vibrant community of SharePoint users, administrators, architects, analysts, developers, engineers, and experts that share their knowledge, skills, and abilities so that we can all fully benefit from the capabilites that SharePoint provides. Our meetings are held monthly in San Francisco.