Why sharing master data through Linked Data is the future
Exchanging master data between different stakeholders is becoming increasingly difficult. That is, if you still work the way we always have: with inconsistent information in different, non-exchangeable file formats. The need for sharing is growing, which is why Linked Data was developed.
Read our white paper on Linked Data
Do you want to know what Linked Data is? And why exchanging Linked Data will make working on large projects with different stakeholders much easier? In our special white paper, you will find the answers to these questions and more. Read the Laces white paper on Linked Data, and you’ll learn the following:
- What we mean by Linked Data
- What are the biggest benefits of using Linked Data are
- How Linked Data can be put into practice
- What solutions Laces has to offer to use Linked Data and saying goodbye to the document-based chaos
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Or do you want to find out more about Linked Data? Read our white paper on 3 key reasons why Distributed Data Management is your new best friend, or schedule a 45-minute demo done by one of our experts.
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