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What is a Knowledge Graph?

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A Knowledge Graph is a model of a knowledge domain created by subject-matter experts with the help of intelligent machine learning algorithms.

What is Metadata Management?

Learning Hub

Metadata Management is an organization-wide agreement on how to describe information assets. That is what metadata is: a set of data that describes and gives information about other data.

The Ultimate Guide to Taxonomies in Business

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Taxonomy Management helps enterprises organize their knowledge and make information easy to find, use and analyze. Learn more!

White paper: Customer 360 – Personalize Customer Experience with 360-degree Views

White paper

Read how a customer 360 view enables you to understand and speak the language of your customers, personalize the customer experience with relevant recommendations, quickly answer your customers’ questions and create products and services that meet their needs.

Have a Conversation with your Data using Knowledge Graphs & AI

Recorded Webinar

Learn how you can improve the customer experience and lessen your internal workload with question-answering systems powered by NLP and enterprise knowledge graphs.

Why Auto-Tagging is the Key to a Consulting Giant’s Knowledge Management System

Customer Success Story

Our client is one of the most prestigious firms in the industry providing consultancy on an international scale. Using PoolParty Semantic Suiteā€™s taxonomy and ontology servers, our client has streamlined their knowledge management and analytics to clean their content repositories and recommend valuable services to clients.

White paper: Employee 360 – Create Meaningful Journeys with 360-degree Views

White paper

Read how companies, using 360-degree views in Employee 360, can link employee information from disparate data silos to build employee meaningful journeys. With 360-degree knowledge graphs, decision makers can have a cross-system view that helps them make decisions across the entire workforce and enterprise lifecycle.

White paper: Product 360 – Drive Innovation with 360-degree Views

White paper

Read how companies, using 360-degree views in Product 360, can consolidate information across the product life cycle to drive innovation. With 360-degree knowledge graphs, you can create end-to-end solutions for customers that can also be optimized from an end-user perspective.

White paper: Market 360 – Gain Competitive Intelligence with 360-degree Views

White paper

Read how companies, using Market 360 on the basis of knowledge graphs, can understand the relevant markets and segments in terms of upcoming trends, current developments, their own positioning and the positioning of competitors to gain competitive intelligence. With 360-degree views of their market, you can develop new ways of communicating to customers in order to better meet their expectations and needs.

PoolParty Release and Integration Strategy

Product Information

Learn more about PoolParty support editions and versioning in our strategy paper.

Boost your Customer Experience in AEM with Auto Tagging

Recorded Webinar

Watch our on-demand webinar to find out how you can automatically tag content in Adobe Experience Manager easily and cost-effectively.

The Key To Successful Digital Transformation

Recorded Webinar

Watch our on-demand webinar and learn how Enterprise 360 helps to better address individual information needs and contexts, providing relevant information about products, markets, customers, as well as related knowledge and learning content.

White paper: Benefit from Enterprise 360

White paper

Learn about the four key areas identified by the Semantic Web Company where 360 Views can help you move your business forward.

From Taxonomies to Recommendation Systems

Recorded Webinar

Watch Heather Hedden in this on-demand webinar to learn how to build your own taxonomy-based recommendation system from scratch.

White Paper: What is Taxonomy Management

White paper

As enterprises continue to struggle with the increasing volume of data created, it is abundantly clear that a structured way to organize and find information is the only way enterprises can remain agile in such a competitive market. What is the role of taxonomy management in this scenario?