Frequently, you will entrust the management of your garden to specialists, gardeners or landscape architects, because you are lacking the time, passion or know-how to do it yourself. They will choose the appropriate plants, taking into account not only your personal color preferences, but also other factors such as the amount of care needed or each plant’s location. Or you might hire a gardening professional in order to avoid having to perform any tedious maintenance chores yourself.
When it comes to terminology, the situation is actually quite similar. As long as you are not yet knowledgeable in this area, it is advisable to call on external professionals, who will assist you in building up in-house expertise over time. At times, you may also want to resort to the services of an expert to help you meet some temporary needs.
In recent years, we have steadily expanded our show garden, including the area of creating controlled vocabularies, such as taxonomies, and ontology-based terminology work. Read more in the Knowledge Management section.
And that’s exactly how we understand our role – as a service provider who, with passion and expertise, will help customers design, develop and maintain their corporate terminology landscape. Someone who knows how to use the tools in the most appropriate and cost-efficient way and who, thanks to extensive experience in the field, is able adapt to each customer’s particular circumstances and processes. Many companies are already relying on our skills and expertise. Why don’t you?