Each step in your organisation’s Digital Transformation process will bring with it both new opportunities and new challenges that will require specific services tailed to your needs in terms of change, adaptation and growth.

The GNOSS team’s cumulative knowledge and experience spans more than 10 years of building Knowledge Graphs and intelligent platforms for widely-ranging, highly-visible, high-impact and complex projects. This has enabled us to configure a complete service package deployed as a digital semantic ecosystem on the GNOSS platform that caters to organisations’ evolving needs and encompasses the construction and deployment life cycle from start to finish.

Business and Strategic Consulting services

GNOSS offers Business and Strategic Consulting services for organisational Digital Transformation based on designing and constructing a Digital Semantic Model tailored to the organisation’s projects.  The identification and design of the Digital Semantic Model comprises all existing entities, attributes and relationships among the organisation’s content and documents, as well as between these and the various audiences who consume or may consume them. In short, the consulting process focusses on consolidating all the knowledge and relations in an organisation within a searchable Knowledge Graph. See the Prado Museum Digital Model

Design and implementation

We work on Technology Consulting projects where we identify the most suitable models for representing knowledge. We perform specific ontological engineering, normalisation and integration for client data and its semantic annotation. Additionally, we construct all publication and interrogation systems together with their general exploitation. Simultaneously, we outline models for implementing a solution based on clients’ existing technology and information systems. We execute the configurations and develop technology so we can offer personalised service that is tailored to their needs.

Training

GNOSS offers specific training for each of the roles involved in projects. The training is designed for administrators, editors and project users to get the most out of the platform’s utilities and possibilities. In some cases, instruction is supplemented with specific training for the possible semantic managers, ontologists or platform developers.