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Using Wireframes to Define and Visualize Enterprise Knowledge Graphs

As a complement to our enterprise search engagements with clients, we often end up exploring how the implementation of a knowledge graph can establish the foundation for more advanced KM and data efforts, such as smart search or AI capabilities … Continue reading »

Knowledge AI: Content Recommender and Chatbot Powered by Auto-Tagging and an Enterprise Knowledge Graph

The Challenge A global development bank needed a better way to disseminate information and in-house expertise to all of their staff to support the efficient completion of projects, while also providing employees with an intuitive knowledge sharing tool that is … Continue reading »

Five Steps to Implement Search with a Knowledge Graph

Knowledge Graphs and Search are commonly linked together to support search use cases such as: Returning contextual relationships with search results; Displaying relevant topics in a knowledge panel; or Powering an expert finder. These advanced use cases enable an organization … Continue reading »

Taxonomy Implementation Best Practices

Have you ever found yourself wondering how to implement a taxonomy you’ve just designed or updated? You might have asked yourself, “How do I make this taxonomy work in SharePoint? In Salesforce? Oracle Knowledge Advanced?” You are not alone. Many … Continue reading »

Webinar: Knowledge Management Becomes Business Critical as Knowledge Graphs Improve Decision Making and Efficiency

Presented by Joe Hilger (COO of Enterprise Knowledge) and Atanas Kiryakov (CEO and Founder of Ontotext) on January 28th.  In this webinar Hilger and Kiryakov explain how Knowledge Graphs and Ontotext’s GraphDB product enable greater findability of knowledge and information … Continue reading »

Evaluating Knowledge Graphs for Search

The Challenge A national research organization wanted to determine the feasibility of building an organization-wide knowledge graph by building a knowledge graph proof of concept (POC), and evaluate the organization’s readiness to adopt knowledge graphs. The organization is one of … Continue reading »

Common Mistakes Made When Selecting Knowledge Management Technology

Technology is fundamental for any organization seeking to increase its Knowledge Management (KM) maturity or ensure the success of its KM program. When technology is mindfully selected and implemented, it can provide exceptional KM benefits: technology can capture knowledge, store … Continue reading »

Designing Search on a Knowledge Graph

The Challenge A national research organization identified a high priority need to make research results easier to find. The organization manages multiple research domains that each produce hundreds of research projects, publications, and webinars annually on current, emerging, and critical … Continue reading »