Cambridge Semantics to Examine Semantic Web Audience and Impact during Upcoming Webinar

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Cambridge Semantics continues its Semantic Web webinar series with an upcoming session titled ‘Introduction to Semantic Web – Use Cases and Adoption’.

Cambridge Semantics, the leading provider of Unified Information Access (UIA) solutions for enterprises, continues its Semantic Web webinar series with an upcoming session titled ‘Introduction to Semantic Web – Use Cases and Adoption.’

Lee Feigenbaum, Vice President of Marketing and Technology at Cambridge Semantics as well as Editor-in-Chief of Semantic University, will host and present the webinar to explore the audiences involved with and affected by the Semantic Web.

Feigenbaum will present Semantic Web use cases and will address the growth of Linked Data on the Web, both in terms of who is publishing it and who is consuming it. He will also look at the various industries adopting Semantic Web technologies, the business challenges those industries are addressing, and the benefits they are seeing.

When: Thursday, January 23, 2014 / 2:00 p.m. – 3:00 p.m. ET (11:00 a.m. – Noon PT)

Who: Professionals working in the areas of data management, competitive intelligence, financial services IT, and pharmaceutical or life sciences solutions interested in seeing real-world examples of Semantic Web implications

Where: Register online to reserve your spot today

Media and analysts interested in attending this webinar are encouraged to register online. For additional information, or to arrange a briefing with Cambridge Semantics, please contact Mike Kilroy at Cambridge(at)globalresultspr(dot)com or +1 949 608 0276.

About Cambridge Semantics
Cambridge Semantics provides the award-winning Anzo software suite, an open platform for building interactive Unified Information Access (UIA) solutions. Enterprises face an increasing need to rapidly discover, understand, combine, and act on data from diverse sources both from within and across organizational boundaries. Anzo makes it easy for both IT and end users to deal with this need by rapidly creating solutions that leverage unified access to structured and unstructured data from varied sources in the context of specific business problems.

Cambridge Semantics is privately held and based in Boston, Massachusetts. For more information, visit or follow us on Twitter and Facebook.

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