Dynamic Semantic Publishing is not only about documents and news articles, it is rather based on the linking (‘triangulating’) of users/employees, products/projects, and content/articles. Based on this methodology, not only dynamically generated ‘topic pages’ can be created, but also a ‘connected customer’ experience becomes reality. It’s all about providing more personalized user experience and customer journeys.
Andreas mentioned a couple of real-world use cases embracing this paradigm. Amongst others he mentioned use cases in the areas of publishing (Wolters Kluwer), media (Red Bull), health information (healthdirect Australia), and clean energy (Climate Tagger).