Omnichannel Presentation

One, done and won: A revolutionary approach to semantic interoperability

In this session, John will outline the design principles that lead to the development of an enterprise information management approach that covers the entire range of information artifacts, from terminology to interactive maps. He starts by making a case for the practical separation of information and data, tracking the history of observations in the physical world recorded as pictograms, to language development, writing, mathematics, science and finally digital data management.

He then follows up by making a case for the universality of classes of communication and how those classes are leveraged in end-to-end information management in the enterprise by demonstrating an elegant way to improve all aspects of the information experience, from faceted search, to content reuse, data governance and finally out to business intelligence using the same ‘geometry’.

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