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Transforming Tabular Data into Personalized, Componentized Content using Knowledge Graphs in Python

My colleagues Joe Hilger and Neil Quinn recently wrote blogs highlighting the benefits of leveraging a knowledge graph in tandem with a componentized content management system (CCMS) to curate personalized content for users. Hilger set the stage explaining the business … Continue reading

Content Personalization with Knowledge Graphs in Python

In a recent blog post, my colleague Joe Hilger described how a knowledge graph can be used in conjunction with a componentized content management system (CCMS) to provide personalized content to customers. This post will show the example data from … Continue reading

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

Taking Content Personalization to the Next Level: Graphs and Componentized Content Management

Content personalization is no longer optional for companies. A personalized digital experience is essential to creating loyal customers, partners, and employees. The leading technology companies have created an expectation of highly contextualized information that answers customer questions and anticipates future … Continue reading

IT Support Implementation for a Large Federal Bank

The Challenge A large federal bank managing over $100 billion worth of assets realized that their employees were unable to effectively do their job because they had to sort through copious amounts of content stored across multiple repositories. Specifically, the … 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