Business Semantics Management identified as key solution in PriceWaterhouseCooper’s Technology Forecast


In a ground-breaking Technology Forecast Report, PriceWaterhouseCoopers (PWC) has identified semantic technology as a solution for bridging information gaps, facilitating interoperability and unlocking hidden data in the enterprise.

The report describes how the technology can lower costs by reusing data and decreasing the number of custom connections between databases. Via my WordPress blog, the PWC analysts learned about the scientific boilerplate of Business Semantics Management, and decided to list Collibra as a key technology provider in the final version of the report, which is great news and a real recognition of our efforts. ReadWriteWeb has also covered the report in the meantime and we are featured in that article, too.

We’re very excited about being listed in the report, and invite all companies interested in our solutions to get in touch with us.

Note: My previous HTML-based website counted around 8,000 visitors over a period of 6 years (2002-2008). Since I converted it into a WordPress blog in January 2009, the visitor count ticks +2,000 eyes today. That is more than I used to have in one year using plain HTML+CSS. Bravo to WordPress, who contributed to the fact that our hard work finally hits the “eye of the beholder”, and gets promoted by well-known trend spotters like PWC. !  Below you can see the statistics of the visits to this blog, which clearly peeked during the SemTech conference 14-18 June.Picture 1

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One Response to “Business Semantics Management identified as key solution in PriceWaterhouseCooper’s Technology Forecast”

  1. Agree on business semantics with roles, workflow and validation: “we’d call that buttoned down!” « Pieter De Leenheer Says:

    […] being listed among ten semantic companies to watch by PriceWaterhouseCoopers’ Spring Forecast in 200…; and awarded by Gartner as Cool Vendor for Enterprise Information Management in 2011, Collibra […]

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