Consultants for the next generation of information systems

We are information systems consultants. We specialize in helping large firms apply semantic technology to dramatically simplify their systems and make them more flexible at the same time.

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This future is not about new languages, databases or technologies—though these will play a role—but about radical changes in the relationships between apps and data.

There is now more than enough evidence that these new approaches work, they work at scale, and they are orders of magnitude more flexible than traditional technology. Currently there is no canned package that will convert your organization to semantics, and maybe there never will be. We believe that for most organizations, the semantic journey will require discipline and conviction more than fancy software.

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News and Upcoming events

  • Dave will be joining business analysts and experts at #BBCCon in San Antonio, TX. He hopes to see you in his session! Register now and save big when you use code SPK2018. http://bit.ly/2Ov6hS3 
  • Author and IT consultant Dave McComb talks to strategy+business about why IT systems continue to cost more, but still under-deliver. McComb argues that legacy processes, excess code, and a mind-set that accepts high price tags as the norm have kept many companies from making the most of their data.

     

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    We are speaking at the 2018 Data Architecture Summit.

     

    Look for us on the Data-Centric Architectures track.

     

    Mark Ouska will also be speaking on the Ontology Design & Engineering track.

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Interested in Training?

2019 Course Dates
March/April 2019

Designing & Building Business Ontologies

Forward-looking firms see the time as now to move ahead with building their business ontologies. We can jump start the process with our in-depth semantics training course.

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