It will also provide greater access to economic trade unions through the platform.
Food industry leaders already utilise the platform’s monitoring of 100,000-plus web pages to identify documents, articles, commentaries, images and labels that together create a vast database of compliance services.
Enhanced search capability
This new release brings new functionality, new market coverage and new features, including enhanced search ability. Beyond traditional keyword searches, users can now search by concept to identify relevant content within documents and then navigate through them.
It will also include a redesigned interface to improve user experience. In addition, new widgets, charts and analytics can now streamline access to the content most relevant to them, such as Regulatory Guides, Food Frauds and a Database map for statistics.
In another boost for food manufacturers, Digicomply now covers more than 100 markets and economic trade unions for the food and beverage industry, considerably expanding knowledge aggregation inside the platform.
Digicomply’s horizon scanner monitors more than 700 sources, providing users with access to more than half a million documents in both their local languages and translated into English.
“With Smart Knowledge Explorer we are stepping into the future, empowering more Artificial Intelligence to offer our users the most complete experience of usage personalisation,” says Nicola Colombo, global head of SGS Digicomply.
“We are projected to develop more solutions and, in 2020, we will surely mark new milestones. Artificial Intelligence is here to stay, and we will embrace it to offer our users more personalisation of regulatory compliance management.”