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Success stories

All our success stories are really the success stories of our clients. We are proud to have helped global organisations through the challenges of delivering ambitious propositions.…

Parliament

Domain modelling UK Parliament - Linking data at Digital Parliament Services

Digital Parliament Services develop digital services serving both members of Parliament and the public. We helped get their Linked Data infrastructure on track.

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Euromoney

The Delphi project - Linking data at Euromoney

With 13 divisions globally and 100+ digital products, Euromoney had a fantastic opportunity. And they took it.

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IET

The Institution of Engineering and Technology - The Power of the Graph

INSPEC is a market-leading database of scientific and technical literature that was launched in the 1960s. It consists of bibliographic records which have been deeply enriched via metadata indexing using a number of controlled vocabularies which the IET has curated and evolved over decades of highly specialised information management.

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W42ST

Add one Semantic CMS, stir in one hyperlocal New York media brand

W42ST is a hyperlocal media brand and magazine. Every month, W42ST magazine connects the people who live, work in, and visit Hell's Kitchen, New York, with each other, and the most exciting, authentic experiences possible.

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The Cochrane Collaboration

Evidence Based Healthcare
Linked Data Strategy Delivered

The Cochrane Collaboration is the world’s leading evidence-based clinical healthcare organisation.

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Agrimetrics

Big Semantic Data for the agri-food industry

Delivering the world’s first big data centre of excellence in agriscience.

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BBC

A Data Language Journey

Our long term relationship with the BBC is testament to the faith the BBC have in Data Language to deliver both expertise and value. Long term relationships are as important to us as they are to our clients

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