Select Page

Semantic Web Company has been recognized in KMWorld Top 100 as an industry leader in Knowledge Management for the fourth consecutive year in a row.

The 2019 KMWorld 100 list spans a wide variety of companies that are each addressing the evolving demands of knowledge management,” said Tom Hogan, Group Publisher of KMWorld. “Some are long-standing companies with well-established offerings that have evolved over time, while others are much more recent entrants to the field. In selecting organizations to be included on the list, we consider insights gleaned from our own interactions with companies during interviews and events, how they have succeeded in helping customers solve business problems, and we review product updates to make sure that capabilities are advancing to address evolving requirements.”

KMWorld is the leading publisher, conference organizer, and information provider with more than 11,000 print subscribers serving the knowledge management, content management, and document management markets.

Semantic Web Company (SWC) is the leading provider of graph-based knowledge technologies and the most complete semantic AI middleware platform on the global market. SWC is the vendor of PoolParty Semantic Suite, an innovative and enterprise-ready technology platform, helping organizations to build and manage Enterprise Knowledge Graphs as a basis for various AI applications.

We are very proud that Semantic Web Company has been consistently awarded KMWorld’s ‘company that matters in knowledge management’. According to Gartner, PoolParty Semantic Suite is a ‘representative product’ for ‘Hosted AI Services’. With Credit Suisse, Roche, Philips and Asian Development Bank (ADB) among their customer base of Global 2000 companies, Semantic Web Company is continuously helping customers to roll-out their knowledge management and AI strategy within their organizations.

“As a leading provider of Knowledge Graph technologies, we are delighted that KMWorld has highlighted the importance of this knowledge technology” says Andreas Blumauer, co-founder and CEO of the Semantic Web Company.

Find more information in the March/April print issue of KMWorld Magazine and online at