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Improving Enterprise Content Findability through Strategic Intervention

Rebecca Townsend, Camille Mathieu
2018 Code4Lib Journal  
manual and organic enterprise search relevancy improvements, and 3) index as intervention, which describes how metadata mapping and information modeling are used to improve access to content for both  ...  These three interventions are: 1) guided document creation, which includes the development of wiki portals and standard editing processes for consistent knowledge capture, 2) search curation, which includes  ...  “The Benefits and Costs of Using Metadata to Improve Enterprise Document Search.” Decision Sciences 46, no. 6: 1049-75. 2015. Sweeny, Marianne.  ... 
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From Card Sorting to Data Automation: PoolParty—A Complete Semantic Middleware

Andreas Blumauer
2020 Zenodo  
We outline some of the core features and capabilities of PoolParty Semantic Suite along the enterprise knowledge graph life cycle (EKG-LC), which provides also a comprehensive overview of the actors and  ...  This ranges from data inventory, extraction and curation, modeling (authoring), various transformation steps, to linking and enrichment (e.g., inferred data), and analysis or feedback of the newly acquired  ...  Head of IT Research & TMCP Digital Lab in the Healthcare Industry ▸ Reduce costs by avoiding duplication of work thanks to more efficient data analysis, recommender systems and search tools. ▸ Higher sales  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.3820251 fatcat:sd2f7frlpvgs5hekqbq67gv4mu

Page 20 of The Information Management Journal Vol. 33, Issue 3 [page]

1999 The Information Management Journal  
their use as reliable information resources ¢ Improved information access with content and index searching tools to ensure document-based information availability To deliver these benefits, EDMS solutions  ...  Metadata values provide descriptive information used for searching and retrieval of electronic documents stored in the repository.  ... 

User Perceptions of an Enterprise Content Management System

Judy E Scott
2011 2011 44th Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences  
However, these benefits rely on an appropriate corporate taxonomy and relevant metadata that will facilitate search in the repository.  ...  Enterprise Content Management (ECM) is an enterprise wide integrated approach to managing an organization's unstructured information such as documents, email, web pages, portals and other digital assets  ...  Apart from cost savings from reducing the use of paper, document management systems speed up communications and improve the productivity of business processes [41] .  ... 
doi:10.1109/hicss.2011.473 dblp:conf/hicss/Scott11 fatcat:uhokh5fepfca5jg7my5jtjpumy

From Personal Information Management Towards Collaborative Information Management in Enterprises

Maßun Monika
2020 Zenodo  
Enterprises as well as employees struggle to encounter solutions to efficiently handle increasing amounts of electronic information.  ...  It will be shown that enabling users to better – i.e. more flexibly – organize their personal information objects1 consequently leads to a benefit on enterprise level.  ...  The synergy of personal and public benefits may lead to a high motivation to use such a system.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.4134744 fatcat:ypsi64szb5gvpjxqxheraydyeu

Enterprise Search: Tough Stuff

Rajat Mukherjee, Jianchang Mao
2004 Queue  
Metadata in semi-structured documents brings tremendous value to content search and organization.  ...  Information extraction and text mining are useful tools for reducing tagging costs.  ... 
doi:10.1145/988392.988406 fatcat:nn6ifjqepvep3ngpy4ig2cqyai

The BRIDGE: A Toolkit Approach to Reverse Engineering System Metadata in Support of Migration to Enterprise Software [chapter]

Juanita Walton Billings, Lynda Hodgson, Peter Aiken
1999 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
and enterprise metadata.  ...  Organizations can use this approach to create a sound basis for reverse engineering system metadata when migrating to enterprise software.  ...  to locate elements and related metadata, identify the source of converted data, and associate element use with legacy processes.  ... 
doi:10.1007/3-540-48054-4_12 fatcat:4tvovecpb5gtvbbun6sldbbrbu


2012 American Journal of Engineering and Applied Sciences  
Interest in Composite Content Applications has been climbing higher over the recent years due to the rising need around enabling business process improvements and addressing challenges around business  ...  well-designed Contracts Management application can address, a real-life application of xCP platform to build such a solution and the observations on the strengths and limitations of this platform, along  ...  Administration Using new generation of search and discovery tools to locate existing contracts, amendments and renewals, extract key content from the contract documents and updating the associated metadata  ... 
doi:10.3844/ajeassp.2012.219.229 fatcat:nscbdk3o2bhsti73tum726dbzq

Corporate portals: a literature review of a new concept in Information Management

Cláudia Dias
2001 International Journal of Information Management  
The author also points out the potential benefits of this technology to enterprise business. r  ...  Corporate portals use metadata and eXtensible Markup Language to integrate unstructured data to structured data from enterprise operational databases, supplying access to corporate information through  ...  This assistant uses the services of the search engine to process user requests and queries on the business information directory and presents a summary of reports, documents or other information objects  ... 
doi:10.1016/s0268-4012(01)00021-4 fatcat:bwsykrclvbg5xioyl36yiekpvm

Page 1886 of Management & Marketing Abstracts Vol. 27, Issue 12 [page]

2002 Management & Marketing Abstracts  
Infonortics sponsored the conference and an important theme was that of enterprise search problems and solutions.  ...  A paper presented by Marti Hearst discussed the advantages of faceted metadata using an example to demonstrate its effective use.  ... 

A Software as a Service with Multi-tenancy Support for an Electronic Contract Management Application

Thomas Kwok, Thao Nguyen, Linh Lam
2008 2008 IEEE International Conference on Services Computing  
It furthers benefits tenants by saving their money and time with immediate access to the latest IT innovations and infrastructure improvements on a single application code base.  ...  We also describe several novel methods used in the metadata, security and shared services, as well as customization and tenant extensions modules to support multi-tenancy SaaS in this application.  ...  Acknowledgment The authors would like to acknowledge the implementation works done by K. Roy, A. Shah, M. Dharmarajan, S. Maradugu and T. Chieu. The authors would also like to thank A.  ... 
doi:10.1109/scc.2008.138 dblp:conf/IEEEscc/KwokNL08 fatcat:tntsdhxwhzdxfcjt3ngdkh7v6i

Concept and Evolution of PLM

Jaykumar YogaMule
2012 International Journal of Applied Information Systems  
PLM is a collaborative tool enables people throughout extended enterprises to work together more effectively helps organization achieve its business goals of reducing costs, increase revenues, improving  ...  product quality, and shortening time to market, increase the value of the product portfolio, and maximize the value of current and future products for both customers and shareholders, increase customer  ...  [12]  Reduced time to market  Improved product quality  Improved cycle times  Reduced prototyping costs  Less scrap & rework  Savings through the re-use of original data  Decreased cost of new  ... 
doi:10.5120/ijais12-450614 fatcat:spvod2ofk5dmbbtk22wnrgser4

Enhancing Knowledge Management With XML

Mirza B. Murtaza, Timothy H. Greer
2011 Review of Business Information Systems (RBIS)  
As compared to traditional HTML-based portals, use of XML offers several benefits - it provides a great way of efficiently aggregating, classifying, and presenting both structured and unstructured content  ...  There are several available tools that can be used to build a knowledge management infrastruc-ture to achieve its goals.  ...  XML can be used to document the metadata of one system so that it can be linked and integrated with the metadata used by other systems.  ... 
doi:10.19030/rbis.v6i3.4559 fatcat:qcwkqhjcyjbrdgyk47wckq42zm

Impact of the World-Wide Web on today's society - the economic and business sectors

L. Van der Klashorst
1999 South African Journal of Information Management  
of search mechanisms, and an on-line product trial, all of which can lead to reduced uncertainty in the decisionmaking process of what to purchase; and benefits to the firm: the Web as distribution channel  ...  Wide commercial publishing acceptance of metadata descriptions will occur approximately by 2001, when the metadata-enabled 'intelligent document' will be available for textual document construction (Abrams  ...  , costs, special, incidental, consequential or indirect damages, including damages for loss of profits, loss of business or downtime arising out of or relating to the user's use of the Website.  ... 
doi:10.4102/sajim.v1i4.80 fatcat:4tkcsvjwjbf7litlpsbxpwj2ye

Enterprise Knowledge Management and Emerging Technologies

J. Grudin
2006 Proceedings of the 39th Annual Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences (HICSS'06)  
Improving management of information and knowledge in organizations has long been a major objective, but efforts to address it often foundered.  ...  Terminology differences and dispersed contextual information hinder efforts to use formal representations.  ...  Creation of metadata requires that the creators of objects, or people working on their behalf, put in the effort to add metadata for the potential benefit of others who generally remain unseen and may  ... 
doi:10.1109/hicss.2006.156 dblp:conf/hicss/Grudin06 fatcat:ze4davcu65hzlphcf5ckpsv4qm
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