Posted on December 5, 2018

Semantic Search now available in more languages!

Our powerful semantic search software, which helps you find what you mean rather than just what you type, has been updated with new languages available. To help you quickly find the best candidates, in your own or in external databases, Search! enriches your queries with synonyms and related terms. You can select which synonyms and related terms you want to add to your query. As a user, you’ll always be in the driver seat!

Full semantic search now available in simplified Chinese

Our latest release brings full semantic search to Simplified Chinese! This joins our existing languages that support full semantic search, including English, German, French, Dutch, Spanish, Portuguese, Italian, Swedish and Hungarian.

Basic semantic enrichment available for Polish and Greek thanks to ESCO

Textkernel has been using ESCO, the European Commission’s multilingual classification of European Skills, Competencies, Qualifications and Occupations, for a number of years to improve our own taxonomy and make basic semantic enrichments available for all languages in the European Union. Polish and Greek have already been added, with more European Union languages available on request.

Are you interested in our powerful semantic Search, with Chinese semantic search, or basic Polish or Greek semantic enrichment? Or do you want to find out more about any of the other European Union languages powered by ESCO? Don’t hesitate to contact us! We’re happy to discuss options!

New feature preview: query enrichment for the language of your choice

A little sneak peek of what’s coming up in the new year: in the first quarter of 2019, we’ll release a brand new feature in Search! that allows you to choose the language for which you want your query to be enriched. This is particularly useful for customers working in an international environment. This feature will release in early 2019.

Did you know we recently also released an update for our Extract! resume and vacancy parser? Find out all about our latest releases here.

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