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The Nuts and Bolts of Metadata Tagging and Taxonomies Made Easy Webinar

Date: Wednesday, February 8th 2017
Time: 11:30am-12:15pm EST

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The business results delivered by multi-term metadata generation, auto-classification, and taxonomy tools eliminate wasted time and effort, and transform resource-hungry enterprise processes. Unburden the IT team, eliminate end user tagging, and encourage contribution from subject-matter experts.

You be the judge. See for yourself multi-term metadata being generated, and classified to an easy-to-use taxonomy. As part of an infrastructure solution, it plugs the holes in security, search, collaboration,

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