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McCray, Fleury, and Sacoman to Speak at Upcoming Decoupled Days Web Conference On Real-time Collaborative Content Creation and Multichannel Distribution

  Enterprise Knowledge Senior Developer Lisa McCray, CMS Solutions Architect Matt Fleury, and Developer Nick Sacoman will present at an upcoming web conference — Decoupled Days. Their presentation, Real-time Collaborative Content Creation and Multichannel Distribution, will include a real-time demo … Continue reading »

Ivanov to Speak at Upcoming OmnichannelX Web Conference On Transforming Content into a Business Asset Through Structuring and Tagging

Enterprise Knowledge Senior Content and Solution Architect Yanko Ivanov will present at an upcoming international web conference — OmnichannelX. Ivanov will lead a session focused on the value of componentized content combined with a rich taxonomy and ontology. Join the … Continue reading »

Wahl Speaking on Enterprise 360 Panel

Zach Wahl, CEO of Enterprise Knowledge will be participating in a panel discussion regarding Enterprise 360 and how knowledge graphs enable complete visibility of information across the enterprise. Wahl will apply his expertise in Knowledge Management and Enterprise Learning to … Continue reading »

Sara Mae O’Brien-Scott to be Panelist at World Information Architecture Day Seattle

Sara Mae O’Brien-Scott, Senior Taxonomy and Ontology Analyst at Enterprise Knowledge (EK), will be a panelist for World Information Architecture (IA) Day Seattle 2021. World IA Day is an annual celebration focused on the practice and education of Information Architecture. … Continue reading »

Vilenio to Speak at an Upcoming Webinar on Turning a Taxonomy into a Recommendation Engine

Connor Vilenio, Senior Consultant at Enterprise Knowledge, will be speaking at an upcoming webinar hosted by Ontotext on the topic, “Turning a Taxonomy into a Recommendation Engine: Lessons Learned from Rapid Development of Content Recommenders using Taxonomies and GraphDB as … Continue reading »