Linked Data and OGD
as part of
Business Strategy of
Wolters Kluwer
Germany
Christian Lindemann
Christian Dirschl
Athens, M...
Agenda
2
Print is legacy business!1.
Evolution is not enough!2.
Governance and responsibility are key!3.
Successful marketing and usage of individual products in print –
Booktrade as a „bookshelf“ and high tolerance of heteroge...
Main current technology trends change the requirements and
processes of our customers …
4
xxx
xxx xxx
xxx xxx
Workflow too...
… require new products and services with additional values …
5
ServicesWorkflow
Print Digital
… and their interlinking and integration
6
Social Media
CRM/
Big Data
Web Content
Law Firm
Content
Mobility
Print
Digital
...
The demand for professional information solutions changes
7
New digital work environmentTraditional work environment
Manua...
Agenda
8
Evolution is not enough!2.
Print is legacy business!1.
Governance and responsibility are key!3.
Move from incremental improvements to changing the market
9
60% of customers use software
solutions from competitors
Minor...
jBooks
Jurion as an open platform, enabling content integration of various
publishers and sources
10
JURION
Primary Conten...
Key Features / Value Proposition Jurion (customer)
11
Integration
 All relevant contents from one source
 Integration of...
Agenda
12
Governance and responsibility are key!3.
Print is legacy business!1.
Evolution is not enough!2.
Value Proposition Implementation
13
Integration
 Creation of domain knowledge models as semantic backbone
 Semantic web ...
Multitude of enablers for getting the job done
14
Technology
 Semantic Web technologies and standards
 Common APIs
 Too...
PCI
Meta
data
External
meta data
Content and semantic search architecture WK Germany - Initiatives
15
Sources
Crawler;
Imp...
Demo PO data and WKG data
Add primary source reference as linked data
16
Employment Scenario Dashboard for Applicant
(always comparing the current location with the one across border in a single ...
Summary and Outlook
18
 Semantic Web technologies and Linked Data are an enabler for
innovative information products and ...
Contact
19
Christian Dirschl
cdirschl@wolterskluwer.de
LOD2 project
http://lod2.eu
Jurion platform
http://www.jurion.de
Ch...
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EDF2014: Christian Lindemann, Wolters Kluwer Germany & Christian Dirschl, Wolters Kluwer Germany: Linked Data and Open Government Data as part of the business strategy of Wolters Kluwer Germany

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Invited Talk by Christian Lindemann, Wolters Kluwer Germany & Christian Dirschl, Wolters Kluwer Germany at the European Data Forum 2014, 20 March 2014 in Athens, Greece: Linked Data and Open Government Data as part of the business strategy of Wolters Kluwer Germany.

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EDF2014: Christian Lindemann, Wolters Kluwer Germany & Christian Dirschl, Wolters Kluwer Germany: Linked Data and Open Government Data as part of the business strategy of Wolters Kluwer Germany

  1. 1. Linked Data and OGD as part of Business Strategy of Wolters Kluwer Germany Christian Lindemann Christian Dirschl Athens, March 2014
  2. 2. Agenda 2 Print is legacy business!1. Evolution is not enough!2. Governance and responsibility are key!3.
  3. 3. Successful marketing and usage of individual products in print – Booktrade as a „bookshelf“ and high tolerance of heterogeneity 3 Central Value Proposition of individual products  Renowned authors  High quality secondary contents  Well-structured formats  Highly based on re-use of OGD Marketing  Promotion of individual products using traditional methods like mailings, ads etc.  Sales via booktrade as a „bookshelf“  Direct marketing and retail distribution of pure subscription products
  4. 4. Main current technology trends change the requirements and processes of our customers … 4 xxx xxx xxx xxx xxx Workflow tools CRM Electronic Client File Tablets Law Firm Website Legal Databases Law Firm Newsletter Social Media Big Data Business Intelligence Automation „Bring your own device“ OutsourcingLaw Firm IT Cloud Computing Mobile Computing
  5. 5. … require new products and services with additional values … 5 ServicesWorkflow Print Digital
  6. 6. … and their interlinking and integration 6 Social Media CRM/ Big Data Web Content Law Firm Content Mobility Print Digital Workflow TimelinessIntegration Productivity Services
  7. 7. The demand for professional information solutions changes 7 New digital work environmentTraditional work environment Manual/intellectual covering products of various publishers Limited on adequate design of individual titles Fast release of titles related to reforms etc. anticipated Integrated access to all relevant contents and sources, covering various publishers and supported by a consistent search logic Integrated Workflows and Tools (e.g. document processing), direct access to OGD sources Daily Updates from all sources, news and analysis de-coupled from release dates Integration Produc- tivity Timeliness Mobility Limited usage, restricted locally to libraries, lawyer‘s offices etc. Ubiquitous use and processing of information
  8. 8. Agenda 8 Evolution is not enough!2. Print is legacy business!1. Governance and responsibility are key!3.
  9. 9. Move from incremental improvements to changing the market 9 60% of customers use software solutions from competitors Minor investments for partners Public interfaces for technical platform Integration of existing solutions Customers buy content across brands Flexible business models similar to print Only 20% of required content is online Content coverage across publishing houses Strong position of market leaders Full integration and linking Open Platform Make work processes easier and more efficient Content integration in enterprise software New business models with modules/bundles Contents available online/eBook Mobile cooperation and ubiquity
  10. 10. jBooks Jurion as an open platform, enabling content integration of various publishers and sources 10 JURION Primary Content JURION Select JURION content integrator jStore (Online) JURION Workflow jDesk, jCloud (Offline mobile app and desktop) Publisher Wolters Kluwer customer (jLink) Customer Content Jurion Thesaurus „jSearch“ Online Databases  Adajur  Stotax First  Heymanns Patentrecht  Werner Online  …  Books  Loose-leaf  Professional Journal OGD sources  EUR-Lex  National legislation  Regional legislation  High courts  …
  11. 11. Key Features / Value Proposition Jurion (customer) 11 Integration  All relevant contents from one source  Integration of different formats (comments, loose-leafs, …)  Integration of different IT solutions in one system Productivity  Improvement of workflow processes  Increased effectivity to solve interdisciplinary problems  Savings of time and effort due to improved search Timeliness  Fast product updates  Direct updates of news and industry developments  Direct updates of legislations, jurisdictions, comments etc. Mobility  Ubiquitous use – no local limitations  Synchronisation of all data „on the go“  Independent from devices, working across platforms
  12. 12. Agenda 12 Governance and responsibility are key!3. Print is legacy business!1. Evolution is not enough!2.
  13. 13. Value Proposition Implementation 13 Integration  Creation of domain knowledge models as semantic backbone  Semantic web technologies as intelligent integration layer  Ingestion of OGD data in a machine-readable standard format Productivity  Streamlined processes spanning from acquisition to usage  Enrichment of contents by interlinking, contextualisation and disambiguation Timeliness  Direct links to primary sources and their information assets  Updates creating alerts direct from the source Mobility  Information on changes processable everywhere  Extensive use of contextual information (geolocation)
  14. 14. Multitude of enablers for getting the job done 14 Technology  Semantic Web technologies and standards  Common APIs  Tools to support Data and Information life cycle Information  OGD direct from source prepared for automatic processing  Responsibility for data quality and governance remains with data owner  Proper licensing and IPR strategy implemented Knowledge  Domain knowledge made accessible as important asset  User generated content as new input stream for knowledge sharing  Data curation and development as widely supported core process Application  Mashups connecting data from different sources to support e.g. European job market  Accelerating innovation cycles by enabling fast application development  Introducing new paradigms for information usage in multiple environments
  15. 15. PCI Meta data External meta data Content and semantic search architecture WK Germany - Initiatives 15 Sources Crawler; Importer XML Metadata extraction and enrichment Linking/ pattern recogn. XML CMS Meta Data DB Meta Data editor Thesaurus Manager PCI Indexer Index User query System query Search Raw result Result analysis Search result Search feedback Query analyzer Linguistic Auto suggest Content Mgmt. Retrieval/ Search 1 2 3 4 5 6 Other content/ semantic topics  Automatic law consolidation  LOD2 project, open data  …
  16. 16. Demo PO data and WKG data Add primary source reference as linked data 16
  17. 17. Employment Scenario Dashboard for Applicant (always comparing the current location with the one across border in a single widget) 17 Job search widget Public transport widget Average cost of living Tax calculator for travel Prospective Income calc Location View Job View Feelgood factor View Future job trends Density of cultural events Coverage of day-care Crime Rate Specific national regulation No. fellow countrymen in area Average retirement provisions
  18. 18. Summary and Outlook 18  Semantic Web technologies and Linked Data are an enabler for innovative information products and services  OGD serves as an important incubator and active player in the evolving data economy  Stronger collaboration between industry, administration and research is required to accelerate current developments in a complex global environment  Wolters Kluwer is willing and able to contribute to these efforts and is already actively extending its activities and its networks within these communities  Responsibilities and issues around governance and licensing of data must be solved for a broader uptake of these technologies and data
  19. 19. Contact 19 Christian Dirschl cdirschl@wolterskluwer.de LOD2 project http://lod2.eu Jurion platform http://www.jurion.de Christian Lindemann clindemann@wolterskluwer.de www.wolterskluwer.de
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