Beta-launch of new social media visualizer - NexaMe
MONTREAL, March 9, 2012 /CNW Telbec/ - Nexalogy Environics will be taking the stage at South by Southwest Interactive, one of the world's largest technology conferences and forum for innovative ideas. Nexalogy will be presenting on its custom-crafted software that solves the problem of data overload, by mining into social media streams to surface the most important trends, ideas, and interests.
Partnered with North of 41 and the digital lounge, Nexalogy will be presenting during the SoKap's event Crowdfunding 2.0 (Friday, March 9 at 3:30 CST, Hilton Austin Downtown, Room 415A). This presentation will highlight ways in which social media intelligence can be used within the crowdsourcing movement. Nexalogy is also partnered with Planet Quebec and will be among the strong team of Québec interactive companies at the Planet Quebec tent on Monday, March 12 and Tuesday, March 13.
"We are excited to be taking part in South by Southwest for the first time," said Claude G. Théoret, CEO of Nexalogy. "We've been working hard to develop more intelligent ways of handling the onslaught of information in our social media feeds. Our software helps people get to the heart of what matters. South by Southwest is a great opportunity to showcase what we've developed and show people how it works."
Nexalogy is using the opportunity to Beta-launch NexaMe, its new, free online social media visualizer. Powered by Nexalogy's patent-pending technology, NexaMe allows people to see the most important themes, trends, and major players at a glance. NexaMe is built around an Interest Map that gives a detailed picture of a person's interaction with their community and its interests, allowing them to see the connections that matter
About Nexalogy Environics
Nexalogy Environics was founded in 2008 and has been a pioneering provider of social media analysis products and services. With a staff of nine people in Montréal, Nexalogy works closely with its partner, Toronto-based Environics Research Group. The firm has worked for clients in the US, Canada, and Europe in various industries, including: consumer products and packaged goods companies, mining and extraction companies, technology companies, communications and advertising agencies, media companies, government agencies, and the non-profit sector.
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