Tuesday, December 8, 2015

How to Efficiently Create a Corporate Taxonomy: A new WAND white paper

The latest white paper from WAND, "How to Efficiently Create a Corporate Taxonomy", is now available.

In this white paper, you will briefly learn what a taxonomy is and why your company needs one.  the paper then delves into some of the challenges that organizations face when trying to build its own taxonomy.    Finally, we discuss some strategies you can use in your organization to speed up the process of creating a corporate taxonomy and how to get a better outcome.  

Learn how you can shorten the process of creating a taxonomy from months to days.

Read "How to Efficiently Create a Corporate Taxonomy" today.

Wednesday, November 11, 2015

Introducing the WAND Lean Quality Taxonomy

Quality.  It's a word that we talk about all the time.  We expect quality in all areas of our lives.  We want quality in the goods we buy, the services we seek, and we also expect quality within our own industries and companies.

WAND is introducing a new set of taxonomies that will address the various Quality Control methods available to both manufacturers and enterprises.

The first of these is the WAND Lean Quality Taxonomy.
This taxonomy provides a foundation of 122 terms and 72 synonyms found in the Lean concept.

The WAND Lean Quality Taxonomy covers the  topics of Lean Management, Lean Measurements, Lean Principles and Lean Tools

It is well suited for any manufacturing company or enterprise that embraces the Lean Quality concepts.  These concepts include Continuous Improvement, Respect for People, Teamwork, Perfect First-Time Quality and Just-in-Time Production.
Watch for our other soon-to-be released Quality Taxonomies.  As with all WAND Taxonomies, it is available by itself or as part of the WAND Taxonomy Library Portal.

Wednesday, October 7, 2015

The WAND Health Insurance Taxonomy - the Latest in the Insurance Industry Series

In browsing through our Taxonomy Library Portal, you might have seen our WAND Insurance Taxonomy.  It is a good overall taxonomy covering the Insurance Industry.  

But as a result of the Affordable Care Act and the massive changes to Health Insurance, we decided that it was time to expand that portion of the original taxonomy into a standalone taxonomy. 

The WAND Health Insurance Taxonomy provides a foundation of 536 terms and 486 synonyms that can be customized to include terms specific to the areas and insurance policies being offered.

This taxonomy covers Fraud, Health Insurance Products, Plan Documents and Forms, Underwriting and Healthcare Laws. 

In the area of Plan Terms and Provisions, you will find terms covering Claims, Payments and Reimbursements, Coverage and Benefits, Enrollment, Limitations, Exclusions and Riders, and much more.

Like all of the WAND Taxonomies in the Insurance Taxonomy Series, the WAND Health Insurance Taxonomy complements both the WAND Life Insurance Taxonomy and the WAND Property and Casualty Taxonomy, as well as the WAND Insurance Taxonomy which covers all areas of the insurance industry.  

As with all WAND Taxonomies, is available by itself or as part of the WAND Taxonomy Library Portal.

Tuesday, September 22, 2015

Next in the Insurance Industry Taxonomy Series: WAND Property and Casualty Insurance Taxonomy

If you are familiar with our Taxonomy Library Portal, you have probably run across our WAND Insurance Taxonomy.  It is a good, broad, overall taxonomy covering the Insurance Industry.  

With the latest in our Insurance Industry Series, the WAND Property and Casualty Insurance Taxonomy takes that area and makes it more focused and more specific for the P&C industry.

The WAND Property and Casualty Insurance Taxonomy provides a foundation of 783 terms and 518 synonyms that can be customized to include terms specific to the areas and insurance policies being offered.

This taxonomy covers all Personal Lines Products including Automobile Coverage, Motorcycle Coverage, Personal Liability Coverage, Personal Property Coverage, and Recreational Vehicle Coverage.  

In the area of Commercial Lines Products, you'll find Business Owners Coverage, Commercial Property Coverage, Commercial Vehicle Coverage, and Business Liability Coverage.

The WAND Property and Casualty Insurance Taxonomy complements both the WAND Life Insurance Taxonomy and the WAND Health Insurance Taxonomy, and as with all WAND Taxonomies, is available by itself or as part of the WAND Taxonomy Library Portal.

Thursday, September 17, 2015

WAND Taxonomy Library Now Part of Smartlogic Semaphore Cloud


WAND Pre-built Taxonomies and Smartlogic Semaphore Cloud together is the fastest way for companies to begin tagging enterprise content.  

Denver, CO, USA --- WAND, Inc., the world’s leading taxonomy provider, and Smartlogic, the Content Intelligence Company, today announced a partnership that will make the WAND Taxonomy Library available to users directly within Semaphore Cloud. 

Companies can add WAND Taxonomies to a Semaphore Cloud subscription directly within the application and immediately begin to use those taxonomies in the Semaphore Cloud hosted environment.  WAND Taxonomies can be customized using Semaphore Cloud taxonomy management to tailor them for the specific needs of any company. Pre-built taxonomies dramatically reduce the time and expense of developing an enterprise taxonomy model from scratch. 

WAND Taxonomies are available for every major industry vertical and have been enriched with additional synonyms and relationships specifically for Semaphore Cloud Content Classification Server so the automatic classification can be started almost immediately.

Semaphore Cloud works with all major cloud content management services and integrates with on-premise Semaphore installations in hybrid deployments.

According to Mark Leher, WAND’s COO, “The combination of WAND Taxonomies and Semaphore Cloud makes it easier and faster than ever for companies to begin enriching content with taxonomy and metadata.”  Leher continued, “The barriers of installing software on premise and then creating a taxonomy from scratch – things which have previously caused significant delays to enterprise content management projects -  have been completely eliminated.” 

Jeremy Bentley, CEO Smartlogic said “We’re pleased to partner with WAND, the premier source for industry, business and specialty domain taxonomies. Our partnership lets customers accelerate the model building process using a WAND Taxonomy as a starting point and then including concepts that address the unique aspects of their business.”


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About WAND, Inc.

Since 1983, WAND has developed multi-lingual taxonomies to improve the way our clients search and organize unstructured and semi-structured information. WAND is the premier source for industry vertical taxonomies, business taxonomies, and specialty domain specific taxonomies. The breadth and coverage of WAND’s taxonomy library is unmatched.

WAND Taxonomies can be used in more than 150 information management applications including enterprise content management, e-commerce, spend analysis, enterprise search, big data, text analytics, enterprise search, digital asset management.  WAND Taxonomies are also used commercially in behavioral targeting, local search, online yellow pages, and business directories.

WAND’s taxonomy professional services practice offers taxonomy development and customization, taxonomy mapping, and data classification services.  Our professional services team makes sure that our clients are successful when deploying taxonomies.

WAND is headquartered in Denver, Colorado.

For more information about WAND’s taxonomies and services, please visit http://www.wandinc.com and  http://blog.wandinc.com.

 

About Smartlogic   

Smartlogic, The Content Intelligence Company.

Smartlogic’s Semaphore is an enterprise grade Content Intelligence platform that complements an organization’s investment in enterprise search, workflow, analytics and content management systems. Semaphore is the bridge between human language and computers. It extracts the human intelligence from information assets and applies precise and consistent metadata to harmonize your information and drive business decisions.

Global organizations in the financial services, oil and gas, healthcare, government, life sciences, high tech manufacturing, media and publishing, and retail industries use Semaphore to manage ontologies and taxonomies, drive automatic classification and provide contextual navigation. With Semaphore, they harmonize data, improve search and retrieval, drive workflows, secure sensitive information, comply with governmental regulations and replace rigid data warehouse systems with flexible solutions in a fraction of the time and cost to improve operations and gain competitive advantage.


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Wednesday, August 19, 2015

Introducing the WAND Life Insurance Taxonomy

If you are familiar with our Taxonomy Library Portal, you might have seen our WAND Insurance Taxonomy.  It is a good, broad, overall taxonomy covering the Insurance Industry.  

Yet, partially as a result of the Affordable Care Act and the massive changes to Health Insurance, we decided that it was time to expand portions of the original taxonomy into standalone, area specific, taxonomies.  Along with the new Health Insurance Taxonomy, we will soon release the WAND Property and Casualty Insurance Taxonomy.

If you are currently using the WAND Insurance Taxonomy, don't worry.  It will continue to be a taxonomy that we will provide to our clients.  

The first of the new expanded taxonomies to be released is the WAND Life Insurance Taxonomy.

Life Insurance is a product that can be purchased by an individual or can be offered through an employer.  It is a popular employee benefit often involving several policy options. The new WAND Life Insurance Taxonomy is designed to provide insurance companies the ability to tag and organize the documents that involve Life Insurance, Annuities, and Pensions.  
This taxonomy provides a foundation of 650 terms and 366 synonyms and it can be customized to include terms specific to the insurance policies being offered.

The WAND Life Insurance Taxonomy covers all areas of Life Insurance.  Higher level terms include Fraud, Products, Reporting and Disclosure Requirements, Terms and Provisions, and Underwriting.  It also includes topics such as Binder Agreements, Clauses, Benefits, Riders, and Policy Options. 

It is well suited for any insurance company that provides Life Insurance options to their clients.

Watch for our soon-to-be released WAND Property and Casualty Insurance Taxonomy.  It will complement the WAND Life Insurance Taxonomy, and as with all WAND Taxonomies, it is available by itself or as part of the WAND Taxonomy Library Portal.

Tuesday, June 2, 2015

WAND releases its new Fire Department Taxonomy

Fire Departments carry a lot of responsibility.  Not only do they fight the fires in our communities, they also rescue people from dangerous situations and provide a variety of fire and emergency safety education programs for everyone from preschoolers to senior citizens.   

Firefighters also spend many, many hours in training throughout their careers.  Unlike most of us, they also stay at their jobs for as much as 24 hours at a time, requiring a place to sleep and eat.  A fire station really does become their second home!

Then there is the equipment, the maintenance of that equipment, the firefighter's uniforms and their gear that all needs to be accounted for.
The WAND Fire Department Taxonomy addresses these topics and many more.  Included in this taxonomy are 1,298 terms and 770 synonyms covering topics such as Programs and Services, Tactics and Techniques, Personnel, Departments, Procedures and Guidelines.

You'll also find individual terms for various types of fire equipment including all types of Firefighting Apparatus, Pumps and Water Equipment, Communication Equipment, Fire Extinguishing Agents, Hoses and Tools.

Terms relating to Permits, Public Education Services and Fire Investigations are also found in this taxonomy.

The WAND Fire Department Taxonomy can be customized to include terms specific to a Fire Department’s individual District, Municipality, City or County and is a perfect companion taxonomy to the WAND Police Department Taxonomy and the WAND Local Government Taxonomy.

As with all WAND Taxonomies, the WAND Fire Department Taxonomy is available by itself or as part of the WAND Taxonomy Library Portal.

Wednesday, April 29, 2015

WAND Releases the Police Department Taxonomy

Police departments do much more than simply hand out tickets.  A police department is responsible for public safety as well as educating the public and providing community services. 

Police Officers also spend many, many hours in training throughout their careers and become very familiar with the crimes that are committed in their jurisdictions.

The WAND Police Department Taxonomy addresses these topics and many more.  Included in this taxonomy of 1,510 terms and 1,256 synonyms are terms for the various types of Programs and Services, Department Accountability, Tactics, Personnel, Investigations, Policies and Procedures.

You'll also find individual terms for various types of police equipment including Nonlethal Weapons, Lethal Weapons, Personal Armor, Ammunition, Handcuffs and Restraints as well as types of vehicles and uniforms.

Terms relating to Incarceration, Evidence Collection and Retention Policies are also found in this taxonomy.


The WAND Police Department Taxonomy can be customized to include terms specific to meet the needs of any department.

As with all WAND Taxonomies, the WAND Police Department Taxonomy is available by itself or as part of the WAND Taxonomy Library Portal.

Monday, April 6, 2015

Torque Magazine article features taxonomies and ontologies

Torque, a digital publication focused on Wordpress, has recently posted an article about how to use taxonomies and ontologies to improve blog search and discovery.

Mark Leher, WAND's COO, was interviewed for the article as was Elliot Turner, CEO of AlchemyAPI and Fiona McNeill, principal global marketing manager for analytics at the SAS Institute.

The article presents an interesting discussion of the use of taxonomies to organize unstructured blog content and make that information more findable and more usable for users.

Read the complete piece at:


http://torquemag.io/using-taxonomies-and-ontologies-to-improve-blog-search-and-discovery/

Wednesday, March 11, 2015

WAND Customer Service Taxonomy Released!


We are proud to announce the latest entry in the WAND Taxonomy Library - the WAND Customer Service Taxonomy.  

Customer Service is a vital element in most businesses. It can make all the difference in the success of a company.

The WAND Customer Service Taxonomy provides a foundation set of 400 terms and 299 synonyms covering important area topics. You can see the top level terms in the screenshot on this blog.

It's ideal as a starting point for organizing customer service content in your enterprise applications.

As with all WAND Taxonomies, the WAND Customer Service Taxonomy is available by itself or as part of the larger WAND Taxonomy Library Portal.

Tuesday, February 17, 2015

WAND Telecommunications Taxonomy Now Available


We are proud to announce the latest entry in the WAND Taxonomy Library - the WAND Telecommunications Taxonomy.  

Telecom can be more than just a cable or cellular provider.  In the 21st century, a Telecom can deliver a combination of  Internet, Cable, Phone and Cellular services to their customers.

While offering plans, bundles, services and equipment, they also need to create and keep their infrastructure functional and up to date.  Imagine the documentation that's been created!

The WAND Telecommunications Taxonomy provides a foundation set of 1695 terms and 899 synonyms covering important telecom topics. You can see the top level terms in the screenshot on this blog.

It's ideal as a starting point for organizing telecom content in your enterprise applications.

As with all WAND Taxonomies, the WAND Telecommunications Taxonomy is available by itself or as part of the larger WAND Taxonomy Library Portal.

Monday, February 16, 2015

WAND Sales and Marketing Taxonomy

Today we are sharing about our WAND Sales and Marketing Taxonomy, a valuable part of the WAND Taxonomy Library

The WAND Sales and Marketing Taxonomy is a complete foundation taxonomy for a sales and marketing group, greatly expanding upon the terms available in the sales and marketing branch of the WAND General Business Taxonomy

This new taxonomy has 1036 categories and 178 synonyms covering all important sales and marketing concepts including promotion, advertising, market research, pricing, product, market segmentation, sales channels, and much more.


As a comparison, the sales and marketing branch in the WAND General Business Taxonomy, available as a free download for users of SharePoint 2010, SharePoint 2013, and SharePoint Online, has just 61 terms for sales and marketing. So, this enterprise edition of Sales and Marketing taxonomy is a substantial upgrade to the free set that we offer.  

If you are trying to tag and organize documents for a sales and marketing group, this taxonomy is ideal as a foundation to get you started. It can be easily customized for your organization with things like specific customer lists, specific sales channels and regions, and more.

Starting with a foundation taxonomy is a great time saver. No taxonomy is perfect out of the box, but starting with a foundation taxonomy can speed up the taxonomy creation process substantially.  



If you'd like to see a demonstration of the new Sales and Marketing Taxonomy, let me know and I'd be happy to do a webmeeting. I can be reached at mleher at wandinc dot com.


The Sales and Marketing Taxonomy is available by itself but is also included with access to the WAND Taxonomy Library Portal, which allows customers to browse and download all of the WAND Taxonomies.


Friday, February 6, 2015

WAND Records Retention Taxonomy


WAND Records Retention Taxonomy
WAND has many other taxonomies than have been mentioned on this blog to date so I'm going to start posting about some of those taxonomies so they can be easily found here.  The first one on the list is the WAND Records Retention Taxonomy.  WAND's Records Retention Taxonomy was created by organizing all the common document types that companies must keep as records based on various government requirements.  The taxonomy has 370 categories with different types of records with 680 synonyms covering employee records, legal records, general business records, financial records, tax records, safety records, and sales and marketing records.

Employee Records

This taxonomy was created by looking at reports regarding United States statutory requirements for record keeping, but many of these record types are important for companies around the world.

We did not include retention periods associated with these categories because this can vary depending on which government jurisdiction a company is under.  However, this taxonomy puts the infrastructure of document types in place for tagging as meta data or content types and then an organization can apply their own records retention schedule as appropriate.

Records retention is a legal necessity for any organization.  Get a head start on putting a records retention strategy in place with the WAND Records Retention Taxonomy.

As with all of our taxonomies, the WAND Records Retention Taxonomy is available and included with access to the WAND Taxonomy Library Portal, which allows users to browse and download taxonomies throughout the WAND Library for use in your enterprise applications.

Thursday, February 5, 2015

Common Taxonomy Questions: What is the difference between a Taxonomy and an Ontology?

In the world of information management, two common terms that people use are "taxonomy" and "ontology" but people often wonder what the difference between the two terms are.  In many of our webinars, this question comes up so I wanted to provide an answer on our blog.
Taxonomy is a collection of terms that are connected by broader term, narrower term, related term, and synonym relationships. You can think of taxonomy as a tree, with parent/child relationships between the terms.  A taxonomy generally is limited to a specific subject area, for example Products or Medical Conditions.  Taxonomies are valuable when you want to add structure/context to unstructured information to make that information more easily searchable, For example, if a taxonomy is used to tag documents in a search index, then when a user does a keyword search of this content, the Taxonomy can be presented on the left hand side of the search results as filter options for the end user.  Multiple taxonomies can be combined together as filters to make for a powerful drill down search experience.  This is what you  see on many leading ecommerce sites like Amazon or Costco.

Ontologies can be thought of more like a web, with many different types of relationships between all concepts.  Ontologies can have infinite number of relationships between concepts and it is easier to create relationships between concepts across different subject domains.For example, you could create a relationship between the topic of "Wood" in a materials taxonomy and "Chair" in a products taxonomy. Relationship types could be "example of", "Purpose of" or "Part of".   Ontologies would be used when wanting to create a more sophisticated information model that might be deployed to do advanced natural language processing or text analytics.  Ontologies would allow you to better understand things like cause and effect between two concepts within a corpus of information.  Ontologies can also power question answering engines: for example, if I search for "Who was the 16th president? ", an engine leveraging ontologies could return a specific result of "Abraham Lincoln"

Many of the taxonomy available from WAND are truly "taxonomies". An application like SharePoint 2010 or SharePoint 2013 can support Taxonomy structures but not ontologies and usually, for tagging documents, a taxonomy is a great solution.     However, the WAND Product and Service Taxonomy is actually an ontology because of the attribute and attribute values.  For example, we have a category of "Laptop Computers" which is a narrower term of "Personal Computers and Accessories".  Laptop Computers also has a relationship with the Brand "Toshiba Satellite" because Toshiba Satellite is a "Brand of" laptop computers.

WAND is a leading provider of taxonomies. If you are looking to build taxonomies or ontologies for your organization, find out how you can access the WAND Taxonomy Library Portal to be able to browse and download any of the WAND Taxonomies.

Thursday, January 29, 2015

WAND is now an Informatica Partner

I am extremely proud to announce that WAND is now partnering with Informatica.  Informatica is a leading provider of Product Information Management and Master Data Management software.     WAND's ecommerce taxonomy can be imported into Informatica so that Informatica customers can start with an expert-built product taxonomy with detailed attribute templates.


Informatica's PIM and MDM solution is a great place where WAND customers can make use of WAND Taxonomies.  You can see WAND's presence on the Informatica Marketplace


Why are we so excited about this partnership?
To kick-off the partnership, WAND and Informatica will be hosting a joint webinar on February 25, 2015 at 11:00 AM Eastern.  "5 Key Elements to a Successful Ecommerce Product Taxonomy"


This is an educational webinar that will go over some of the key considerations that any company should have while undergoing an e-commerce taxonomy project.  We'll also show a brief demonstration of the WAND e-commerce Taxonomy within Informatica's PIM.  We hope you can join us!

Friday, January 23, 2015

How to import a taxonomy into the SharePoint term store

SharePoint Managed Metadata Question of the Week Each week we will be featuring an audience question from WAND's recent webinar, "Managed Metadata 101: Taxonomies and Tagging in SharePoint," and sharing the answer with our blog audience.

This week's question is: "How do you import a taxonomy into the SharePoint term store?"


Answer: Taxonomies (or term sets as SharePoint calls them) can easily be imported into SharePoint 2010 or SharePoint 2013 from within the term store.  To get the appropriate import format, you can  download a sample file directly from SharePoint term store. Once you are in the term store (accessible through Central Administration or through Site Settings), you should first click on the Managed Metadata Service on the left hand panel in the term store. Then, on the right hand panel you will see a link called “View a Sample Import File” where you can download a file that is in the correct format.  This file can be edited or used as a model to create your own import format.



Once you have your file ready, right click on a term group name and choose "Import Term Set".  Navigate to your import file and select it.  The Taxonomy will then show up as a term set in the selected term group and will be ready to use.

As a note, synonyms cannot be imported using the standard SharePoint Term Store import format.



If you are looking for a different example, you can download a free SharePoint Taxonomy from WAND. The WAND General Business Taxonomy has a starter set of terms for HR, Accounting and Finance, Sales and Marketing, IT, and Legal and is downloadable in SharePoint import format.

WAND Taxonomies cover a wide variety of industry vertical topics and nearly every business functional area.   Each taxonomy can be downloaded in SharePoint term store import format.


Wednesday, January 21, 2015

WAND Oil and Gas Taxonomy

We are proud to announce the release of our brand new Oil and Gas Taxonomy.  The WAND Oil and Gas Taxonomy contains 1513 terms with 270 synonyms and includes both upsteam and downstream topics for the oil and gas industry including exploration, drilling, petroleum recovery, refining, gas processing, geology, equipment and supplies, environmental, safety, and more. 


WAND Oil and Gas Taxonomy
The oil and gas industry has been proactive in implementing ECM solutions; WAND's Oil and Gas Taxonomy is a terrific high quality pre-built taxonomy that can jump-start tagging of oil and gas related documents.  The taxonomy covers important petroleum and natural gas industry processes, topics, functions, and business areas.

This Oil and Gas Taxonomy can easily be integrated into the term store as managed metadata for a SharePoint 2010 project or in Oracle UCM, Documentum, MarkLogic, or any other application that supports use of taxonomy.

WAND Oil and Gas Taxonomy helps tag
oil and gas documents with relevant industry metadata










If you have an ECM project and you understand how important taxonomy is, using a pre-built foundation taxonomy is always a smart way to get things started.  Instead of starting from scratch, start with something that can be customized for your business and that gives your key stakeholders something to touch and feel when they give feedback about what is important to them.

As always, if you'd like to take a look the WAND Oil and Gas Taxonomy or at any of the WAND Taxonomies available, please contact WAND and we can set up a demo.


The WAND Oil and Gas Taxonomy is available to all subscribers to the WAND Taxonomy Library Portal.






Tuesday, January 20, 2015

Taxonomy: Buy or Build?

Any information architect, ECM manager, or CIO who is investigating taxonomy for the first time will inevitably reach a decision point: do I buy a taxonomy or do I build a taxonomy?

Each company has a lot of proprietary terminology that is unique to its business. This terminology needs to be included in a taxonomy, and you won't be able to find one off the shelf that is ready to go. However, that does not mean you should start from scratch. Building a taxonomy from scratch requires several ingredients:

1) Taxonomy expertise. A finished taxonomy may look simple, but this is because it was developed by somebody trained in the art. Building a taxonomy entirely from a blank slate requires knowledge of taxonomy techniques, and also awareness of the pitfalls that can be encountered. A poorly constructed hierarchy may confuse users more than help them find documents.

2) Time. Taxonomy projects can often take many months with only a few hundred terms to show for it. We've seen a lot of projects get caught up in internal committees and politics. Can you afford for your overall information project to be delayed several months waiting for a taxonomy that everybody agrees upon? Further, there can be a tremendous amount of internal time used in committee meetings. This is a soft cost that can add up very quickly.

3) Taxonomy management software. To construct a taxonomy from scratch, it is wise to invest in a taxonomy management tool. This software will help you create relationships between terms, add synonyms, follow naming conventions, and more. Many companies may just try to maintain a vocabulary in Excel, but that can result in confusion and is not optimal for governance.

4) Cross-Departmental agreement. Starting from scratch has the unique problem that every department, and people within the same departments, may think of the world differently. With no pre-conceived structure for what a taxonomy may look like, team members may all be pulling in separate directions. A pre-built taxonomy provides a common conceptual starting point for everybody.

On the other hand, a good pre-built foundation taxonomy can rapidly accelerate the development of your corporate taxonomy and save a lot of headaches and heartaches. By starting with something that gets you 75-80% of the way towards completion, your development efforts can be focused on adding high value terminology, not on setting up the basics. Consulting services can help you get this terminology added, but you will not have to use as many consulting hours as you would if you were starting from scratch. Finally, your information architecture project using taxonomy can be launched months faster than otherwise would have been possible if starting from scratch. By selecting a relevant pre-built foundation taxonomy, supported by a targeted customization project, you can have a high quality, relevant taxonomy much more quickly.
The WAND Taxonomy Library Portal gives an organization access to taxonomies covering nearly every industry and functional topic and is a great tool for an organization investing in taxonomy to improve information organization.