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Content Needs Categories: Adding Taxonomy to Structured Content for an Exceptional Customer Experience

February 23 @ 12:00 pm - 1:30 pm EST

Free
Content Needs Categories: Adding Taxonomy to Structured Content for an Exceptional Customer Experience

“Structured content provides numerous benefits for organizations with authoring, managing, and delivering information. Perhaps your organization has realized these benefits—but what’s next? A formal content classification system, or a taxonomy, provides a framework that supports search, filtering, classification, consistent terminology, and more.”

“The combination of taxonomy and structured content opens up compelling possibilities for digital delivery. Add continuous updates and advancements in business data, and you can transform the customer experience—but you may feel a little exposed out on the leading edge of technology.”

“[Sarah O’Keefe, Chief Executive Officer, Scriptorium Publishing] and [Chip Gettinger, VP Global Solutions Consulting, RWS] will present and discuss emerging trends, techniques and technology for your information digital initiatives. During the webinar you’ll learn:

  • How do you select and manage a good taxonomy?
  • Classifying content – human, machine or combination?
  • Coordinating taxonomy terms across various teams and languages
  • Taking advantage of Semantic AI
  • Business drivers examining tagging quality vs. quantity
  • Best practices and actions for you”

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Details

Date:
February 23
Time:
12:00 pm - 1:30 pm EST
Cost:
Free
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Venue

Virtual (online event)

Organizer

Center for Information-Development Management
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