OpenLink Software is an acclaimed technology innovator and leading vendor of industry standards compliant data access, integration, and management technology over the past two decades. We have extensive experience in working with both Commercial and Open-Source organizations, in addition to standards organizations such as W3C.
As leading experts in the field of Linked Data and the Semantic Web since it inception, we are in a unique position to pass on the knowledge and experience we've gained in the the development and deployment of Linked Data services to organisations seeking to use these technologies to bootstrap or enhance their product or services offerings.
Our professional services team leverages extensive expertise in the areas of development, deployment, and integration of Linked Data and Database Connectivity Middleware, including Relational, RDF-oriented, and Graph databases.
Our prime objective is to ensure the success of your organization as you embark upon organization-, division-, and department-wide initiatives centered around Linked Data and Database Connectivity Middleware and related technologies.
You may receive these services as:
We can assist in requirements analysis, installation, configuration, troubleshooting, and optimization, regarding any of our software products or related technologies.
We provide training sessions on a variety of relevant topics, including:
Our developers can produce or enhance many relevant components, including:
Our team can take full responsibility for the implementation and roll-out of solutions involving our technologies, across one or more sites within your organization.
For further information on any of the above, or to enquire about something we haven't detailed, please contact us.
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