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WAND specializes in developing precise and best-in-class taxonomies covering a wide variety of domains. WAND Taxonomies are available for licensing in applications that have a need to better organize data and content. WAND follows the ANSI/NISO Z39.19 standard for taxonomy development. Our methodologies include leveraging taxonomy development experts, domain research, and customer feedback to develop vocabularies that offer a clear knowledge representation for any given domain. We analyze user behavior whenever possible to augment vocabularies with new concepts or terminology. Finally, we leverage proprietary software and computational linguistic techniques to assist our human editors in creating the best taxonomies possible.
WAND Taxonomies can be used in more than 150 common enterprise applications and are available through the WAND Taxonomy Library Portal.
The Metaverse Taxonomy has 680 terms and 173 synonyms. Top level terms include Branding, Sales, and Marketing, Digital Twins, Experience Interfaces, Fields, Hardware, Infrastructure, Safety, Privacy, and Governance, Software, Training, and Virtual Economy.
Paper Manufacturing Taxonomy
The WAND Paper Manufacturing Taxonomy has 813 terms and 343 synonyms. Top level terms include Paper Manufacturing Equipment, Processes, Products, and Materials. This taxonomy also covers Testing terminology, Measurements and Properties, as well as Metrics and Grades.
The WAND Paper Manufacturing Taxonomy, along with the WAND Manufacturing Taxonomy and the WAND Packaging Taxonomy, is perfect for a company in the Pulp or Paper Manufacturing Industry.
The WAND Lifecycle Taxonomy has 830 terms and 189 synonyms covering the lifecycle of a product. The top-level terms include Product Manufacturing, Product Marketing, Product Retirement, Product Support, Project Planning, and Research and Development. The Lifecycle Taxonomy can be used to find documents relating to the lifecycle of a product in use or in production.
This taxonomy is ideal for any business wanting to tag and arrange the lifecycle documents within their organization.