Measuring the Value of your Semantic Layer: KPIs for Taxonomies, Ontologies, and Knowledge Graphs

Utilizing semantic applications in your business, such as an enterprise taxonomy, ontology, or knowledge graph, can increase efficiency, reduce cognitive load, and improve cohesion across the enterprise, among other benefits. While these benefits are extremely valuable they can be difficult … Continue reading

Generative AI-Assisted Taxonomy Development for a Global Investment Bank

The Challenge A multinational financial institution with a century-long legacy, celebrated for pioneering financial solutions and shaping the global economic landscape, relied on unstructured data for risk management. With a vast array of risks to consider, and a wealth of … Continue reading

Taxonomy Roller Coasters: Techniques to Keep Stakeholders on the Ride

Laurie Gray, Principal Consultant on Enterprise Knowledge’s Strategy team, and EK client Kate Vilches, Knowledge Management Lead at Ulteig, presented on November 6, 2022 at the Taxonomy Boot Camp Conference, co-located with KMWorld, in Washington, D.C. The talk, “Taxonomy Roller … Continue reading

KM Fast Track to Search-Focused AI Solutions

In today’s rapidly evolving digital landscape, the ability to quickly locate and connect critical information is key to organizational success. As organizations struggle with ever-expanding datasets and information silos, the need for effective search-focused artificial intelligence (AI) solutions becomes vital. … Continue reading

Climbing the Ontology Mountain to Achieve a Successful Knowledge Graph

Tatiana Baquero Cakici, Senior KM Consultant, and Jennifer Doughty, Senior Solution Consultant from Enterprise Knowledge’s Data and Information Management (DIME) Division presented at the Taxonomy Boot Camp (KMWorld 2022) on November 17, 2022. KMWorld is the world’s leading knowledge management … Continue reading

Optimizing Your Taxonomy in SharePoint Online: Search Filters

All too often, clients come to Enterprise Knowledge (EK) with the issue that “we cannot find anything in our SharePoint sites.” Because of its highly configurable nature, SharePoint can quickly become the wild west of your organization if it is … Continue reading