Utilities Taxonomy Suite

The WAND Utilities Taxonomy Suite is a collection of the most relevant taxonomies for a utilities organization. This collection of taxonomies will accelerate the knowledge within your company and speed up time to delivery for your projects.

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Utilities Taxonomy

Includes Associations and Organizations, Policies, Procedures, Safety and Security, Providers, and more.

Utilities Taxonomy

Electric Utilities Taxonomy

Includes Demand Side Management, Electric Transmission and Distribution, Electricity Generation, Electric Utility Infrastructure, Electric Utility Standards, and more.

Electric Utilities Taxonomy

Gas Utilities Taxonomy

Includes FERC Natural Gas Markets, Forms and Applications, Maintenance and Repairs, Natural Gas Agreements and Contracts, Natural Gas Pipeline Development, and more.

Gas Utilities Taxonomy

Water Utilities Taxonomy

Includes Conservation, Customer Type, Non-potable Water, Projects, Water Infrastructure, Water Supply and Resource, Water Systems Extensions, and more.

Water Utilities Taxonomy

Wastewater Utilities Taxonomy

Includes Wastewater Capital Projects, Collection, Industrial Pretreatment, Solid Waste, Treatment, and more.

Wastewater Utilities Taxonomy

Building and Construction Management Taxonomy

Includes Agreements, Equipment and Supplies, Compliance, Design, Financing, Project Type, and more.

Building and Construction Management Taxonomy

Engineering Taxonomy

Includes Design Processes, Documents, Drawing, Fields, Materials, Standards and Codes, and more.

Engineering Taxonomy

Environmental Taxonomy

Includes Climate Change, Natural Resources, Natural Environment, Environmental Management, Pollutants, Environmental Research, U.S. Environmental Agencies, Environmental Organizations, Environmental Law, and more.

Environmental Taxonomy

Management Taxonomy

Includes Management Documents and Reports, Management Functions, Management Levels, and more.

Management Taxonomy

Facilities Management Taxonomy

Includes Maintenance and Repairs, Facilities Services, Housekeeping, Sustainability Management, Safety and Security Management, Documents, and more

Facilities Management Taxonomy

Accounting Taxonomy

Includes Analysis, Methods, Policies, Procedures, Standards, Financial Records, and more.

Accounting Taxonomy

Legal Taxonomy

Includes Courts, Litigation, Contracts, Business Law Content, and more.

Legal Taxonomy

Information Technology Taxonomy

Includes Commercial Software Packages, Development concepts, IT Administration, IT Certifications, Networks, and more.

Information Technology Taxonomy

Fleet Management Taxonomy

Includes Compliance, Fleet Operations, Fleet Tracking Equipment, Forms, Fleet Policies and Regulations, Vehicles, and more.

Fleet Management Taxonomy

Project Management Taxonomy

Includes Compliance, Fleet Operations, Fleet Tracking Equipment, Forms, Organizations, Reporting, Risk Management, U.S. Department of Transportation Regulations, and more.

Project Management Taxonomy

Human Resources Taxonomy

Includes Basic Personnel Files, Policies, Compensation, Payroll, and more.

Human Resources Taxonomy

Workplace Health and Safety Taxonomy

Includes Health and Safety Hazards, Workplace Incidents, Safety Equipment, Risk Management, Metrics, and more.

Workplace Health and Safety Taxonomy

Intellectual Property Taxonomy

Includes Fees, Forms, Intellectual Property Law, Intellectual Property Rights, and more.

Intellectual Property Taxonomy

Soft Skills and Broad Hard Skills Taxonomy

Includes Administrative Skills, Human Resources Skills, Marketing Skills, Communication Skills, Time Management Skills, and more.

Soft Skills and Broad Hard Skills Taxonomy

Insurance Taxonomy

Includes Common Policy Provisions, Insurance Business Terminology, Insurance Industry Investment Terminology, Types of Insurance, and more.

Insurance Taxonomy

Records Retention Taxonomy

Includes Consumer Information, Employee Records, Financial Records, General Business Records, and more.

Records Retention Taxonomy

Procurement Taxonomy

Includes Procurement Process, Suppliers, Types of Procurement, and more.

Procurement Taxonomy

Online and In-Person Learning Taxonomy

Includes Online Course Design and Development, Instruction Models, Learning Methods, Technology Resources, Presentation, Assessment and Evaluations, Communications, Course Metrics, Policies, and more.

Online and In-Person Learning Taxonomy

Sales and Marketing Taxonomy

Includes Sales Channels, Sales Metrics, Sales Records, Sales Strategies, Market Research, Marketing Management, Marketing Methods, Marketing Mix, Marketing Strategies, and more.

Sales and Marketing Taxonomy

Customer Service Taxonomy

Includes Channels, Customer Service Metrics, Customer Service Policies, Customer Support, Forms and Letters, Satisfaction, Service Standards, and Services.

Customer Service Taxonomy

Lifecycle Taxonomy

Includes Product Manufacturing, Product Marketing, Product Retirement, and more.

Lifecycle Taxonomy

Research and Development Taxonomy

Includes Research, Design, Development, and more.

Research and Development Taxonomy

Nuclear Decommissioning Taxonomy

Includes Decommissioned Facility, Decommissioning Strategies, Documentation, Regulatory Agencies and Projects, and more.

Nuclear Decommissioning Taxonomy

You might be thinking, that’s a lot of topics and terms – but do I really need all of this? If you have large volumes of unstructured information in your organization, you should be looking at taxonomies. If your business needs to make information more findable, you should be looking at taxonomies. This could range from a website, business listings, an eCommerce, website, internal company documents, spend data, and more.

Metadata is the backbone of many companies, but effectively using this metadata can be an overwhelming challenge. One of the more important aspects of metadata management is the creation of taxonomies. Taxonomies are sets of concepts organized into a hierarchical structure covering a topical domain. For Utilities, this includes topics like Electric Utilities, Management, and Information Technology. Each of these areas has specific categories, terms, and descriptions. Using a taxonomy for metadata terms will speed up the time it would take a human to manually make those adjustments and train the artificial intelligence.

You can speed up the time it takes to begin effectively managing and using your metadata by utilizing the WAND Utilities Taxonomy Suite which includes all of the relevant taxonomies for a utilities organization like yours. Each of our suites and taxonomies has been created by experts with domain research which means you are getting the highest quality, most relevant set of terms to implement in your environment.

Still not quite sure? You can explore each taxonomy more in-depth by clicking their boxes, watch a demonstration of this suite at the top of this page, or even schedule a call to talk with an expert about your use case and how WAND’s Utilities Taxonomy Suite might be the best fit for your company!