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Recorded Webinar

Unlocking Digital Transformation

with Knowledge Graphs


Andreas Blumauer, CEO Semantic Web Company
Bram Wessel, Principal at Factor

The webinar at a glance – key takeaways

  • Diagnose Digital Transformation roadblocks to help your organization get unstuck
  • See how to unlock the potential of Digital Transformation by harvesting the intelligence from your data
  • Understand how foundational Knowledge Graphs can help you quickly spin up advanced data-driven capabilities


Years into the Digital Transformation era, we are arriving at a point of consequence. Many organizations have invested in heavily in Digital, but most have yet to see ROI live up to the promise. And the pressure keeps mounting. So some forward-thinking organizations are building on Digital Transformation with what is now being called Data Transformation, which is the shift from simply accumulating data to extracting tangible business value from it by becoming a truly digital, truly data-driven organization.

What is missing is a 360 degree view; an enterprise-wide structure for business information. But a new solution for this challenge is emerging using an idea that’s been around for awhile — the Knowledge Graph. With the right enterprise information architecture and tools, Knowledge Graphs can unlock the promise of Data Transformation. 

In this webinar, we’ll show you how your organization can use Knowledge Graphs to build the right foundation for Data Transformation, reducing time to value for key business use cases, unlocking advanced capabilities with ML and AI, and transforming your growing reservoir of data from a management headache into a core strategic advantage.

Andreas Blumauer

Andreas Blumauer

CEO at Semantic Web Company

Andreas Blumauer is CEO and co-founder of Semantic Web Company (SWC), the provider and developer of the PoolParty Semantic Platform. With headquarters in Vienna, Austria, but operating globally, SWC has worked with over 200 commercial, government, and non-profit organizations to deliver AI and semantic search solutions, knowledge platforms, content hubs, and related data modeling and integration services. SWC was named to KMWorld’s prestigious list of “100 Companies that Matter in Knowledge Management” from 2016 to 2021 and has been named multiple times in Gartner’s Magic Quadrant for Metadata Management Solutions and as a Sample Vendor in their Hype Cycle for Natural Language Technologies.

In his role as CEO, Andreas is responsible for both the strategic growth of the company and its organizational evolution toward a highly focused customer orientation. SWC has grown every year since its inception under his leadership, and has been able to develop a cutting-edge and unique software platform that is ISO 27001 certified, and deployed globally across a number of key industries.

A high profile partner network has been built around this platform, implementing scalable semantic AI platforms for his clients, many of whom are among the largest and most innovative companies in their industries.

Bram Wessel

Bram Wessel

Founder and Principal at Factor

With more than two decades as a user-centered design and research professional, Bram Wessel believes that technology should enable natural experiences for real people. Bram has developed human-centered digital experience designs and strategies for such high-impact brands as Adobe, Amazon, Backcountry, the City of Seattle, Crate & Barrel, Disney, Expedia, GE, Group Health, Intel, Lionsgate, MasterCard, Microsoft, Nordstrom, Real, Safeco, Sony, Starbucks, Volvo, UW Medicine, and Warner Brothers.

A tireless advocate for the IA/UX discipline, with many articles to his credit, Bram is a frequent speaker at conferences such as the Information Architecture Summit, UX Week, Lavacon, Webvisions, ConveyUX, Seattle Design Festival, Taxonomy Bootcamp, and regional meetups and workshops. He is committed to educating the next generation of practitioners through his advanced User Experience and certificate Information Architecture classes at the School of Visual Concepts and as a guest lecturer at the University of Washington’s MCDM and MLIS programs.

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