. . .there was a better way to
organize data & information
WAND can help.
Turn any taxonomy project from a challenging build to a simple edit. Available in formats to support multiple enterprise applications, WAND Foundation Taxonomies jump-start any taxonomy initiative and are available for every industry vertical and business function.
Business Glossaries are a critical ingredient to data catalog initiatives and for effective data analysis in an organization. A business glossary ensures that data elements are labeled correctly so accurate analysis can take place.
WAND Taxonomy Suites
The WAND Taxonomy Suites are Taxonomy packages that include all the relevant domains of knowledge for your specific industry. From Health Care to Aerospace to Utilities, there is a suite curated for you in your organization!
Our premium partnership program makes WAND Taxonomies available to leading technology vendors offering taxonomy-enabled solutions. Contact us to learn about becoming a WAND Within partner.
What is the WAND Taxonomy Library Portal?
WAND has created numerous taxonomies to provide data models for knowledge management. Things like the SharePoint Term Store are empty right out of the box, which is where taxonomies become useful. Taxonomies provide the structure for those knowledge management applications.
The WAND Taxonomy Library Portal is the space where all of the taxonomies reside for download into your knowledge management application. This video discusses the importance of taxonomies for your company and walks through how to use the Taxonomy Library Portal and import your new taxonomy.
The WAND Technology Partner Program is designed to make WAND's leading taxonomies available to software and technology providers who can leverage taxonomies within their applications to deliver greater value to their customers.
“The Taxonomies saved us a huge amount of time. We were able to deliver value immediately where without WAND, it would have taken many months for us to deliver a less useful, incomplete solution.“
"Having the taxonomies on hand has really jump-started our document management process and provided us with a back-end organization that would have taken many months to get going.”