Masabeeh is an Arabic search engine that uses advanced natural language processing tools to provide comprehensive and accurate Arabic web search results. It powers the world’s largest Arabic website, Al Jazeera Net news portal. Masabeeh’s is highly customizable and it can mine any amount of Arabic content then index it and provide fast search results. It is based on industry-standard open source components like Nutch and Solr.
Our flagship product, iHorizons Knowledge Server, is a powerful Arabic web content management system that powers some of the world’s largest Arabic news portals, like Al Jazeera Network. It provides a combination of advanced web content management features with news-specific workflow management functionality suitable for large online news operations.
Zarqa Alyamama is an Arabic social media analytics product that enables our customers to retrieve and expanded set to content using Arabic language query expansion, store and index content, then analyze it using many statistical and machine learning (ML) tools. One of the unique advantages of this product is the highly accurate Arabic sentiment classification.
Nama has launched Empowerment and Entrepreneurship mobile application to introduce its services and growth opportunities available for youth
iHorizons announces the availability of Zaraqa Al Yamama, its Arabic social media analytics platform. This new product, which was developed with support from Qatar Science and Technology Park (QSTP), enables organizations in various industries to retrieve, store and analyze large amounts of social media content, with the objective of understanding public sentiments and recognizing social trends, and how they influence the organizations strategies.
In addition to its existing long-term relationships with tier-1 technology vendors like Microsoft and SAP, iHorizons has recently signed a number of new partnerships to enhance its end-to-end solution capabilities.
The Arab Center for Research and Policy Studies has launched the electronic portals for a number of its journals, powered by iHorizons