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Information Architecture (IA) refers to how content is stored and organized in a managed repository so it can be authored, reviewed and published and made available to other applications.
Information Architecture (IA) defines the structure of your information sets, from the global navigation elements to the placement of related content on a page. Our IAs contribute to the development of all styles and patterns of architecture solutions and are capable of articulating how technology choices affect current and future business value.
We provide services to help ensure business-critical content is findable, usable and portable. Areas of expertise include:
We evaluate your business and technology needs for effectively managing content throughout the entire content management lifecycle and recommend a governance structure to ensure the sustainability of the program
We partner with you to carry out a strategic planning exercise to lay foundations for an enterprise content management (ECM) program. Our architect works to execute on foundational activities as laid out by the industry leader in enterprise content management, AIIM.org, and employ tools and best practices of MIKE2.0 (Method for an Integrated Knowledge Environment).
Understanding taxonomies, ontologies, and metadata is a relatively new specialization. Our experts engage your business, editorial, technical, and product stakeholders to achieve the correct categorization and organization of content to deliver the best experiences to your users – Defining and aligning the vision and processes to help execute on the change.
A solid information architecture helps to align your business, editorial, technical, and product stakeholders to achieve the correct categorization and organization of content to deliver the best experiences to your users. It also helps to ensure that all stakeholders understand that ‘content is a core asset of the enterprise
We work with you to ensure that information architecture and information management strategies create a foundation for future investment in business operations, intelligence, and collaboration.