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!
Each suite outlines the WAND Taxonomies that address all of the knowledge domains for a specific industry, company, or organization. Within the chosen suite, there are taxonomies that relate to the specific field as well as taxonomies that relate to the operations of the enterprise.
Explore the thirty-five suites below to find the one for you and your company and explore the contained taxonomies. Then, contact us to schedule a web conference call to talk about your use case and how you can take full advantage of these suites and what they have to offer in your business.
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Want to check out all the Taxonomies?
WAND has over one hundred different categories that cover numerous knowledge domains and can be used in more than 150 common enterprise applications. These are all available through the WAND Taxonomy Library Portal. You can check out a full list of taxonomies here or find an applicable suite from the list above to find a hand-picked, curated list of taxonomies relevant to your industry.
Information Sensitivity Taxonomy
The WAND Information Sensitivity Taxonomy has 113 terms and 68 synonyms designed specifically to help you tag, organize, and search all of information sensitivity content.
The WAND Information Sensitivity top-level terms include Data Sensitivity, NATO Sensitivity, Sensitivity Declassification, and U.S. Government Sensitivity.
The WAND Railroad Taxonomy is comprised of over 1,400 terms and 1,000 synonyms. Higher-level terms include Higher-level terms include Trains, Rolling Stock, Railroad Tracks, Railway Safety, Facilities, Maintenance and Equipment, Operations, Occupations, Research, Development, and Technology, Railway Safety, and Railroad Classes. The WAND Railroad Taxonomy provides a strong foundation for any enterprise that needs to tag and organize documents relating to railroad industry.
Companions to the WAND Railroad Taxonomy are the WAND Logistics Taxonomy and the WAND Asset Status Taxonomy.
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