We work with publishers who want to enrich their content to make it more structured, granular, flexible and reusable.
The kinds of problems we solve for our clients include:
- Adding semantic markup to content
- Building content systems to support new workflows
- Determining what content should be enriched and what type of enrichments to apply
- Making content machine readable
- Developing enriched content QA tools
- Storing content in more granular chunks allowing for better reuse
- Retaining the quality of metadata content throughout the publication process
- Finding elegant and practical ways to enrich content
- Changing editorial processes from copy editing to semantic markup
- Developing appropriate automatic and manual enrichment processes
- Creating, storing and managing taxonomies and ontologies
- Determining the most appropriate point in the production lifecycle to carry out enrichment activities
- Developing machine readable delivery channels
- Developing enriched content digital products
More efficient management of drug dose data at RPS Publishing
We were asked by RPS Publishing to develop an integrated toolset, accessible via a web interface, to increase efficiencies in the management of drug data.
Read the RPS Publishing case study to find out how we achieved this goal and the business value delivered.
Revolutionising public standards review at the British Standards Institute
We were engaged by BSI to increase public engagement in the draft review process, increase awareness of the availability of the drafts and improve handling efficiencies.
Read the BSI case study to find out how we met this challenge and the business value delivered.
Supporting healthcare systems via terminology services at CSW
CSW Health needed to work with very large medical terminologies such as SNOMED-CT. Their existing healthcare platform did not support delivery of these huge terminologies.
We worked with CSW to understand their needs, and decided together that a web service based system would integrate best with their existing platform. After gathering a detailed set of requirements, we developed a high-performance terminology delivery system, working iteratively and producing working builds for CSW to review at regular intervals.
We are continually looking for ways to improve our products. We needed a supplier to step in quickly to deliver a solution that would meet our clients’ needs. 67 Bricks provided a excellent terminology software product, coded precisely to meet our requirements.
Dave Nurse, Technical Director, CSW
Data visualization for scientific research at Oxford University
We are working with the Image Bioinformatics Research Group at Oxford University to develop an online visualisation tool to support effective use of research data. The system integrates and visualises multiple data sources using cutting-edge Semantic Web technologies.
See a demonstration of the research visualisation tool.
Contact us if you would like to discuss your particular challenges and how we might help you with them.