NASHVILLE, TN--(Marketwire - Jul 20, 2011) - Digital Reasoning, the leader in unstructured data analytics at scale, today announced a recently published Impact Report by independent analyst firm The 451 Group, titled "Digital Reasoning Positions Military-tested Text Analysis Tools for Commercial Market," is now available for download on the company's website.

In the report, Nick Patience, Research Director, Information Management at The 451 Group, states, "Digital Reasoning's patented text analysis technology, deep level of experience and apparent success in the proving grounds of US government intelligence show that Digital Reasoning has a product to be reckoned with."

"We are pleased to be recognized for our expertise in big data analytics," said Tim Estes, CEO at Digital Reasoning. "Our proven and patented software, Synthesys, uncovers actionable intelligence from web content, email, social media, reports, and other unstructured data."

Digital Reasoning recently announced Chinese language support for big data analytics in its flagship product Synthesys. Synthesys is an entity-oriented cloud-scale analytic solution that enables enterprises and government agencies to automatically make sense of complex data. Built to address the most complicated data analytics challenges, Synthesys excels at extracting, resolving and linking entities and concepts to provide context to the newly discovered information.

About Digital Reasoning
Digital Reasoning solves the problem of information overload by providing the tools people need to understand relationships between entities in vast amounts of unstructured and structured data.

Digital Reasoning builds data analytic solutions based on a distinctive mathematical approach to understanding natural language. The value of Digital Reasoning is not only the ability to leverage an organization's existing knowledge base, but also to reveal critical hidden information and relationships that may not be apparent during manual or other automated analytic efforts.

Contact Information:

Lisa Allocca
Red Javelin Communications
+1 (978) 470-2227