Under the Meresco name, a number of Dutch public institutions initiated the development and sharing of innovative quality software components with respect to metadata exchange and search. The software is developed by Seecr. The components serve the core business of the principals Stichting Beeld en Geluid (Sound and Vision), the Koninklijke Bibliotheek (the Royal Library), the Koninklijke Nederlandse Academie van Wetenschappen (KNAW), Stichting Kennisnet and Stichting DEN.
The application of our smart search and retrieval technologies, can make data meaningful, and better support information needs. To address the continuous and new demands when dealing with huge amounts of data, Seecr delivers new solutions, that are shared with the community. With both statistical and semantic approaches continuously being developed, data is exchanged and processed. We achieve delivering what is most relevant to end users today, while leaving the options for future innovation wide open.
Seecr is an expert software company with a profound knowledge of the functional system architecture, data structure, the possibilities of information systems, development platforms and system development methods. We understand and address the quest for quality output. To improve the sharing of our innovative components and refactoring, we publish our open source code on the internet. By doing this, we offer a broad and growing library of reusable components. The components we add, contain shared knowledge and experience from within this community of experts. The components are generic, flexible and easily configured in very diverse applications.
Meresco is based on a robust infrastructure for refactoring, version control, dependency management, publishing, packaging, downloading and installing components.
To help install Meresco software Seecr has created Meresco Binaries, see http://repository.seecr.nl.
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