Scope eKnowledge Center, a Quatrro Group company, is an award winning provider of outsourced, cost-effective content enhancement and knowledge services to the global information industry. Scope uses a combination of deep subject matter expertise in a number of business and STM domains, innovative technology and proprietary intellectual property to provide world class services. In operation for over 24 years, Scope has built a clientele loyal to its abstracting, indexing, semantic enrichment, database/directory development and content authoring solutions. Scope is also the publisher of the daily Knowledgespeak newsletter, the authoritative news service focusing on the STM information industry.
Scope e-Knowledge Center (Scope), a leading provider of knowledge services and a Quatrro Global Services company, will be presenting on "The role of descriptive metadata & controlled vocabularies in improving semantic linkages" at the Professional & Scientific Information (Hall 4.2) Hot Spot stage on October 8, 2014 from 10.00 – 10.20 am at the upcoming Frankfurt Book Fair. In the session, Rich Kobel, Vice President, Business Development, will explore challenges publishers face in improving the relevance of semantic linkages and how descriptive metadata coupled with controlled vocabularies, including ontologies and expert curation, can be the right solution. Basic metadata is important for information retrieval, but accurate, validated and enhanced metadata is critical for better discovery and precision. In smart content discovery architecture, descriptive metadata helps to enhance the discoverability of content by providing interpretive information about the content, and semantic linkages connect related concepts. Fully automated technology solutions pose the risk of incorrect identification or even a complete miss of relevant content, homonyms and ambiguities arising from the context. Scope’s solution comprises technology and subject matter experts (SMEs) to work on complex content structures to ensure improved findability, expanded discovery, contextual accuracy and precision. Tram Venkatraman, President of Scope, commented, “With ample experience in metadata and content enrichment, Scope has progressed tremendously in this space to produce high-value metadata to interlink various content types and connect related concepts. Scope’s session will provide insights on how semantic enrichment would help publishers, aggregators and other information providers.” Scope welcomes prospective partners to visit booth # L83, Hall 4.2 to meet with its consultants to help determine your specific needs with respect to content and data services. Scope also invites attendees interested to organize a meeting to contact Vel at email@example.com. About Scope e-Knowledge Center Scope, a Quatrro Global Services company, is an award-winning provider of outsourced, cost-effective Content Enhancement Services, Data Management Services, Business Research Services and Patent Analytics for various clients across the globe. Scope, a niche knowledge services provider, has employees from various educational backgrounds and experience delivering knowledge solutions across multiple industry verticals and domains. Scope fulfils customer needs by leveraging its experience and capabilities using in-house developed proprietary technology solutions and platforms for service delivery as well as its internal needs. Scope is also the publisher of the daily newsletter Knowledgespeak, a comprehensive news service focusing on the STM information industry. For more information, please contact: Richard KobelVice President, Business Development, USAScope e-Knowledge Center+1 516 462 firstname.lastname@example.org www.scopeknowledge.com John CamaranoAssociate Vice President, Business Development, USAScope e-Knowledge Center+1 301 538 6034JCamarano@scopeknowledge.com www.scopeknowledge.com Deborah HarmanAssociate Vice President,Business Development, UK & EuropeScope e-Knowledge Center+44 770 203 6704Deborah@scopeknowledge.comwww.scopeknowledge.com