- Averbis Extraction Platform - is a product based on the UIMA framework; the Averbis Extraction Platform makes extensive usage of the UIMA-AS scaleout functionalities
- Behemot - open source platform for large scale document processing
- clinical Text Analysis and Knowledge Extraction System (cTAKES) - a UIMA pipeline with natural language components specifically built for processing clinical narrative text which describe patient-physician encounters
- DeepQA - a computer system that can directly and precisely answer natural language questions
- DKPro Core - an open source collection of software components for natural language processing (NLP) based on the Apache UIMA framework. The source code is available from Google Code. DKPro Core is now available via Maven Central.
- Fraunhofer Smart Semantics - components for semantic extensions
- IBM Content Analytics with Enterprise Search - search and analytics platform
- JulieLAB NLP Toolsuite - tools for natural language processing
- LanguageWare - a linguistic platform
- Luxid - text analytics engine, winner of 2013 SIIA Content CODiE Award for Best Semantic Technology Solution
- SAP Netweaver Cloud powered by HANA
- SemanticV - concept aware information tools
SemaSuite - is a text analysis solution for different semantic use cases (e.g. e-mail avoidance in customer service, discovery of up selling potentials or to improve data for content management systems and other information retrieval tasks)
- TTC TermSuite - UIMA application for terminology extraction and alignment from comparable corpora developed by the TTC project consortium
- U-Compare - an integrated text mining/natural language processing system based on the UIMA Framework.
- uimaFIT - an open source library that provides factories, injection, and testing utilities for UIMA
- uimaFIT has is now part of the Apache UIMA project!
- uima-fr.org - a French-speaking web portal about UIMA which counts a discussion list, a feed aggregator and a repository of UIMA NLP resources available under open license
- Watson - Jeopardy! challenger Watson runs on top of the UIMA framework, and uses UIMA-AS as its scaleout infrastructure