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Improving Product Documentation With a CCMS and a Knowledge Graph

The Challenge A financial solutions provider wanted to improve and personalize customer interaction with support and technical documentation as well as streamline the content authoring process to ensure consistent messaging and avoid duplicated information. Before the EK team’s involvement, technical … Continue reading »

Expert Analysis: Does My Organization Need a Graph Database?

As EK works with our clients to integrate knowledge graphs into their technical ecosystems, client stakeholders often ask, “Why should we leverage knowledge graphs?” and more specifically, “Do we need a graph database?” Our consultants then collaborate with stakeholders to … Continue reading »

Data Management Trends in 2022: Data Fabric v. Data Mesh v. DataOps? What is Right for Your Organization?

When we start most of our engagements with our clients, there are common and important challenges we’re typically presented with that help summarize the core needs that persist within the data management space today:  We don’t know what data we … 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 »

Improved Customer Service and Risk Management through KM

The Challenge At over 30,000 employees, this diverse insurance organization has business areas that widely vary in information maturity, some actively leveraging taxonomies while others used basic/unorganized tagging systems or simple folder structures. Even business areas with mature taxonomies were … Continue reading »