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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

What Software Engineering Can Teach Knowledge Engineers about Version Control

Information models like taxonomies and ontologies are rarely built independently, and they are never static. At EK, knowledge engineers partner with clients to build these models through an iterative process of design, validation, and implementation. The models that come out … Continue reading

Knowledge Cast Product Spotlight – Andreas Blumauer of Semantic Web Company

In this episode of Product Spotlight, EK COO Joe Hilger speaks with Andreas Blumauer of Semantic Web Company. Andreas has been CEO and managing partner of Semantic Web Company (SWC) for more than 15 years. At SWC, he is responsible … Continue reading

Designing Your Taxonomy to Fit Your Use Case: Common Taxonomy Use Cases (Part 1)

At EK, we’ve designed countless taxonomies for our clients over the years. These taxonomies are reflective of each individual client’s content and needs, and provide direct business value. One of the keys to our success is that before we even … Continue reading

System Migration and Enterprise Search Design Powered by Enterprise Taxonomy, Automated Tagging, and Content Governance

The Challenge Staff at a US-based investment and insurance company were spending extraneous amounts of time finding information through the organization’s search experience. Users had been instructed to interact with search in specific ways (which filters to use, how to … Continue reading