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Leveraging Headless CMS for Technical Cross-Functionality

Headless CMS (Content Management System) architecture is a flexible development strategy for applications that is rapidly growing in today’s industry practices. Utilizing a headless CMS architecture allows an application to deliver content authored from a single interface to multiple delivery … Continue reading

Learning 360: Crafting a Comprehensive View of Learning Content Using a Graph

Chris Marino, a Principal Solution Consultant at Enterprise Knowledge (EK), was a featured speaker at this year’s Data Architecture Online event organized by Dataversity. Marino presented his webinar “Learning 360: Crafting a Comprehensive View of Learning Content Using a Graph” … Continue reading

Content Management Strategy for an International Retailer

The Challenge The learning team for an international retailer struggled to find and discover the knowledge resources that supported their work and their online learning solutions. The retailer’s learning team used an abundance of manual templates and processes, along with … Continue reading

User-Centric Content Engineering to Improve Customer Experience

The Challenge A global financial firm needed to improve the user experience (UX) for its technical support documentation hub. Prior to EK’s involvement, the client company received user feedback expressing that interacting with the technical support documentation was cumbersome. Only … Continue reading

Expert Analysis: When should my organization use auto-tagging? Part One

As EK works with our clients to design data models, including taxonomies and knowledge graphs, we often implement corresponding auto-tagging solutions to augment the organization and enrichment of unstructured content. In this blog series, two of our senior technical consultants, … Continue reading

6 Key Considerations for Implementing a KM System

Enterprise Knowledge (EK) commonly engages with organizations that are seeking to improve their existing Knowledge Management (KM) technology stack and, in turn, desire a new solution that is better suited to their technical and business requirements. There are several possible … Continue reading