Verity Inc. announced the availability of its initial Verity Taxonomies, six customizable classification structures for the organization and management of content in large-scale global enterprises. The six Verity Taxonomies are based on industry standards and built using the same query language used in Verity K2 Enterprise content organization products. Each of the taxonomies, together with Verity classification solutions that combine both automation and domain expertise, are designed to provide an enterprise’s taxonomy project with a head start to deliver content organization. Verity Taxonomies are also customizable by customers to serve their business requirements, both enterprise-wide and departmental. This customization can be performed by an enterprise’s administrator, or by Verity Professional Services. Verity Taxonomies include: The National Library of Medicine’s MeSH (Medical Subject Headings), the Defense Technical Information Center (DTIC) thesaurus published by the U.S. Department of Defense, a Verity Homeland Security Taxonomy, a Verity Human Resources Taxonomy, a Verity Sales & Marketing Taxonomy, and a Verity Information Technology Taxonomy. www.verity.com

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