November 29, 2010 – Users of Data Harmony software from Access Innovations will have the opportunity to preview new features and options, train on how to get the most from the knowledge management software suite, learn from case studies throughout the globe, and discuss their experiences and challenges during the seventh annual Data Harmony Users Group (DHUG) meeting February 7-10, 2011 at Access Innovations’ main office, 4725 Indian School Road NE, in Albuquerque, New Mexico. The meeting will also feature a special seminar entitled “The Theory of Knowledge,” presented by Marjorie Hlava, president of Access Innovations.
Data Harmony provides knowledge management solutions to organize information resources based on a well-built and systematically applied taxonomy. The software enables users to construct a logical framework of topics, reflecting on the vocabulary of a specific business or subject area, and then apply these topic terms to resources precisely and consistently to make searching information quick and accurate.
The software suite includes Thesaurus Master, for taxonomy and thesaurus construction and management; M.A.I. (Machine Aided Indexer), for automatic indexing or editor aid in indexing; MAIstro, combining Thesaurus Master and MAI; and additional knowledge management tools. Data Harmony integrates with numerous content management systems, including SharePoint; exports taxonomy files in XML, OWL, SKOS and 11 other formats; handles taxonomies in virtually all languages; and uses concept categorization for precise tagging and smarter search.
The DHUG meeting will focus on how Data Harmony can be used to leverage content, increase productivity, lower costs, and drive revenues. For more information on the 2011 DHUG meeting, visit http://www.dataharmony.com/ or call 505-998-0800 or 1-800-926-8328.