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TipTop Technologies offers a real-time web, social search engine with a unique platform for semantic analysis of natural language. TipTop Search provides results capturing individual and group sentiment, opinions, and experiences from content of various sorts including real-time messages from Twitter or consumer product reviews on Amazon.com. TipTop Technologies and ITC Infotech have worked together to develop a semantic engine and search interface for both enterprise and consumer applications.
Through semantic analysis of large data sets, TipTop gleaned behavioral insights from Tweets around events like Halloween, Thanksgiving, and Holiday Gifting. Sentiment analysis, concept trend tracking and real-time market research are other applications included in the TipTop Search product.
In addition, products like TipTop Shopping with customizable search widgets, bring together consumer reviews, social search, and sentiment analysis enabling product comparisons across attributes like overall value and aiding purchasing decisions through user-driven product tips and pits.. With the increasing amount of unstructured, opinion-oriented, and user-generated content available on the Web, TipTop's technology aims to make sense of all this data, and deliver it in a useful way for consumer and enterprise users alike.
- ↑ TipTop Search FAQs
- ↑ Press Trust of India, "TipTop and ITC Infotech launch innovative search engine" Business Standard, November 16, 2009
- ↑ KLIV Radio, The Economy & Silicon Valley Report with TipTop CEO, Shyam Kapur November 4, 2009
- ↑ "Happy Linksgiving" Vertical Measures. November 25, 2009
- ↑ "TipTop reveals the best and most popular gifts of 2009" AltSearchEngines. December 20, 2009
- ↑ "How to Use TipTop for Real Time Market Research" GrowMap. December 21, 2009.
- ↑ "TipTop Technologies Launches Revolutionary Comparison Shopping Site" NewDesignWorld. December 18, 2009
- ↑ J. MURALI, "Opinion gathering: making sense of unstructured data" The Hindu. January 4, 2010.