Use Cases

Semantex can help organizations tackle some of the toughest content related challenges. By understanding your content’s structure and meaning, Semantex helps automate key analyses and processes that are needed to complete large content-related projects or support day to day operations. Below are just a few examples of common use cases.  

Content migration and management 

Migrating content from legacy platforms and formats into a new environment is one of the most challenging aspects of modernizing communications systems. Whether you are migrating content to support new digital customer experiences, system consolidation, or a platform change, Semantex can help you accelerate the process of cleaning up and preparing your content for a move.   

Semantex can help: 

  • Identify incorrect or out-of-date content, such as telephone numbers, URLs, addresses, disclosures, product details, etc.  
  • Identify variations in wording where consistency is desired such as for compliance reasons with regulatory disclosures 
  • Identify duplicate or similar content that can be consolidated to streamline management 
  • Identify wordings or phrases of interest for remediation  
  • Extend your analysis using homegrown or 3rd-party ML 

Style and brand compliance 

As an organization’s corpus of content, communications, and documents grow over time, it can be difficult to maintain consistency and compliance with brand standards. Evolving styles, language use, and outdated contact information can fragment the brand experience for your customers. Semantex makes it easy to evaluate your content across Word, PDF, Emails, and Web pages by identifying the variations and outliers across your library or against an ideal brand standard.

Semantex can help: 

  • Identify visual inconsistencies across content, such as fonts, styles, page sizes
  • Identify language that doesn’t comply with brand standards
  • Identify inconsistencies across key document components such as salutations, address blocks
  • Identify incorrect or out-of-date content, such as telephone numbers, URLs, addresses