SchemaLogic Enterprise Suite for Microsoft SharePoint 2007 (SES) resolves SharePoint issues by providing a framework that enables companies to model and connect the structures and relationships of the metadata across the entire SharePoint environment. SES continuously updates and synchronizes metadata across SharePoint site collections, Web applications and farms by leveraging and extending SharePoint’s native capabilities.
In the Life Sciences industry, information is the source of innovation. Vast varieties of content and information sources feed the development pipeline. The ability to create, share, navigate, find and protect essential information is critical to research and development groups, clinicians, regulatory agencies, marketing teams, and those who benefit the most - customers.
Oil & Gas companies operate in an increasingly complex environment. SchemaLogic's enterprise solution for managing content and document metadata enables Oil & Gas companies to model, update and synchronize content across project document repositories or collections for greater reliability and reduced total installed cost.
Chevron and its subsidiaries use Microsoft SharePoint 2007 to share and exchange information. Yet, it was still a challenge for offices in one part of the world to use materials created by an office in another part of the world. And, the amount of information, shared electronically, was growing exponentially. As a result, the company faced a bit of chaos and a productivity hurdle that begged for more muscle.
SchemaLogic of Kirkland, WA, provider of business semantics management software, announced that Chevron has chosen SchemaLogic Enterprise Suite as a critical software component for Phase 3 of the company's third-generation Global Information Link (GIL3) initiative. This strategic initiative defines Chevron's overall information management strategy, global hardware and software architecture and operating environment.
Kellysearch, a division of Reed Business Information (RBI), is the largest business-to-business (B2B) search portal in Europe. As the web became the primary destination to find information for Kellysearch customers, the need to monetize that content became more urgent in order to stay viable. Kellysearch needed to convert its approach to maximize those opportunities and innovate revenue streams. RBI decided it needed a new infrastructure in order to respond to the demand for timely information and more specific subject matter.
For one of the largest medical research companies in the world, an integrated, global Enterprise Content Management suite of products became essential to locate content growing at an exponential rate. The company conducts massive research projects that marry science with the human experience to develop medications which help people around the world manage their health, live better, and in some cases, cure illness.
The Associated Press, like all publishing and digital media companies, must work rapidly to meet the demands of a shifting media landscape. An exploding wave of free content on the web meant that AP not only had to deliver more content online, but needed to create more relevance and niche content in order to update traditional ad revenue models with targeted web-based products and more potential for advertising dollars.