Check out our new taxonomy software buyers guide, which contains Synaptica’s Top 100 user requested features arranged by ten common taxonomy management tasks.
Synaptica is on the road in 2017. Visit our Communities page to see our current calendar of speaking engagements.
Dave Clarke to present June 14th, 2017 webinar: “How to Design & Build Semantic Applications with Linked Data”
June 14, 2017 / Online Webinar
This webinar will demonstrate how to design and build rich end-user search and discovery applications using Linked Data. The Linked Open Data cloud is a rapidly growing collection of publicly accessible resources, which can be adopted and reused to enrich both internal enterprise projects and public-facing information systems.
For information on attending this webinar, please visit: https://www.asist.org/events/webinars/how-to-design-build-semantic-applications-with-linked-data/
SLA 2017 Annual Conference
Friday, June 16, 2017 – Tuesday, June 20, 2017 / Sheraton Grand Phoenix
Synaptica will be present SLA’s annual conference in Phoenix, Arizona, this June. Ahren Lehnert will be moderating several discussions during the conference.
Taxonomy Boot Camp – London
17 & 18 October 2017 – Olympia Conference Centre, London
We are proud to announce that we are once again a Diamond Sponsor of Taxonomy Boot Camp – London. Synaptica will be exhibiting in the showcase gallery and we will be offering several presentations over the course of this two-day event. For more information please see: http://www.taxonomybootcamp.com/London/2017/
Knowledge Management World – Washington DC – November 6 – 9, 2017
Once again this year, Synaptica is a Diamond Sponsor of the KM World and Taxonomy Boot Camp in Washington DC. Synaptica will be exhibiting in the showcase gallery. More…
Dave Clarke’s Keynote at KMWorld 2015
A video of Dave Clarke’s Keynote address has been released by Information today. Click here: http://bcove.me/0jgtqtea for a presentation about how to use taxonomy to help with every aspect of search, browse and discovery.
Synaptica CEO Dave Clarke’s “View from the Top”.
In the March 2015 edition of KMWorld Magazine, Synaptica CEO Dave Clarke discusses taxonomy, Linked Data and what success will look like in the information age of tomorrow: “Any organization can start tapping into a wealth of structured knowledge currently available as Linked Open Data. Organizations that fail to embrace the Linked Data opportunity may struggle to keep up with those who do.” More…
Synaptica – Practical Solutions for Knowledge Organization Tasks
|Taxonomies improve retrieval and the accuracy of search, they clarify context, support navigation and promote knowledge discovery.||Synaptica KMS is an award-winning taxonomy software tool that is feature-rich, standards-based and enterprise-scalable.|
|Crosswalks map together the language of different user communities and content repositories, enabling unified access across information silos.||Synaptica AutoMatch is an automatic crosswalk tool that compares any two taxonomies and suggests mapping relationships between concepts.|
|Linked Data transforms content so that it becomes comprehensible to machine queries and reasoning. It allows diverse content sources to be combined in novel ways.||OASIS from Synaptica is a new suite of tools for building Linked Data vocabularies and ontologies in an RDF graph database.|
|Multilingual taxonomies break down language barriers and extend your reach to a global audience.||Synaptica is a Multilingual application that supports both ISO language equivalency mapping and SKOS concepts with language labels.|
|Visualization helps users rapidly to understand the scope of a knowledge domain and the connections between concepts.||Synaptica Visualization tools provide a wide range of formats for visualizing taxonomies as area charts, hierarchical pathways and radial graphs.|
|Semantic Annotation is the process of attaching taxonomy concepts to content. Annotation helps content become more discoverable and connected.||OASIS Deep Image Indexing is an innovative new tool that allows high-definition images to be semantically annotated. It enables search and navigation inside visual content.|