Enterprise Knowledge announced today that Demian Hess has joined the company as a Knowledge Management Solutions Architect, bringing his extensive expertise in Content Management, Digital Asset Management, and Publishing to the firm.
Demian’s professional experience includes more than 15 years working for scientific, technical, and medical publishers, including Elsevier, SAGE Publications, and the National Library of Medicine. As a consultant, he has prepared strategic assessments of content and digital asset management practices for Fortune 500 Companies and has designed and led the implementation of innovative systems that create, manage, and reuse content and digital assets.
Zach Wahl, CEO of EK noted, “Demian is a natural fit at EK, extending our existing thought leadership and expertise for our Content Strategy Practice and the company as a whole.”
Demian is widely published in his field, having written articles on flexible metadata strategies, semantics, and digital rights management. His work has appeared in publications such as the Journal of Digital Media Management, CMSWire, and the Media & Entertainment Journal.
About Enterprise Knowledge
Enterprise Knowledge (EK) is a services firm that integrates Knowledge Management, Information Management, Information Technology, and Agile Approaches to deliver comprehensive solutions. Our mission is to form true partnerships with our clients, listening and collaborating to create tailored, practical, and results-oriented solutions that enable them to thrive and adapt to changing needs.
Our core services include strategy, design, and development of Knowledge and Information Management systems with proven approaches for Taxonomy and Ontology Design, Project Strategy and Road Mapping, Brand and Content Strategy, Change Management and Communication, and Agile Transformation and Facilitation. At the heart of these services, we always focus on working alongside our clients to understand their needs, ensuring that we can provide practical and achievable solutions on an iterative, ongoing basis.