Ontotext Partners

Our partner ecosystem includes technology, consulting and research partners.

With more than 50 partnering companies, world leaders in semantic technology, information management, research, consulting and distribution, we have trusted friends with whom we share our expertise and experience.

But the best part is that together we are devoted to relentlessly seeking innovation that makes people’s businesses thrive around the world. Sounds romantic, but it’s true.

Our Partners

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Accenture is an internationally acclaimed professional services company specializing in strategy, consulting, technology and operations. The numbers speak for themselves: offices in more than 120 countries, clients from across 40 different industries, 336,000 employees and counting.

Ontotext is collaborating with Accenture’s software division, Proquire LLC., to create and manage key assets central to the development of integrated services and solutions for our clients.

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Clarté brings back elegance and clarity to BI and BIG data. Based in NYC, Clarté delivers intelligent yet simple semantic solutions to clients all over the world. Data modeling, technology integration, ready-made tools for big data and graph visualizations are only some of Clarté’s services developed for a list of industries, including pharma and bio tech, media, publishing, financial services and healthcare.

One of the core technologies that is a part of Clarté Solutions is Ontotext’s GraphDB, which is used to store and retrieve facts and infer new RDF triples.

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Datalanguage is a UK-based digital media technical consultancy with expertise in semantic software, linked data and solutions architecture. With a bullet-proof track record in developing technical strategies for leading digital media companies, Datalanguage has recently added to its skills design, building and implementation of high performance semantic publishing systems.

Datalanguage has considerable experience in the design, integration and implementation of Ontotext’s GraphDB™ technical solutions in the enterprise in the financial, digital media, and biomedical industries.

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Keen Analytics boasts an impeccable expertise in graph analytics and semantic technology that stretches across various industries: financial services, cybersecurity, healthcare and life sciences, marketing and media outlets. Its services are internationally recognized and include strategic innovation, technology evaluation, architecture design, component and system development, operational ontology development, as well as business and technical mentoring and training.


Saltlux is the biggest semantic technology company in South Korea and our proud partner in the country. It has grown as one of the world’s ten best companies specialized in knowledge services through the unstructured big data analysis and the semantic technology.

Ontotext provides Saltlux with software for semantic projects, as well as product licenses, training and support services.


Semantrix specializes in consulting, project and development services for semantic web and knowledge-based systems. Semantrix are sought after by the commercial, government and defense sectors for their exceptional technical skills.

We concur – the guys are Semantrix are genius, and that’s why we chose them as our partner in Australia and New Zealand.

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Semweb is an independent provider of semantic web solutions in various disciplines and roles of software development. There is no such thing as “mission impossible” for the Switzerland-based masterminds. Semweb is helping medium and large companies as well as specialized service providers with their complex projects.

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Semantic Web Company (SWC) are the people behind the renowned PoolParty Semantic Suite that helps more than 500 companies across the globe to enter the semantic age with scalable, easy to manage, corporate knowledge models like thesauri or ontologies. A technology provider headquartered in Vienna, Austria, SWC supports a myriad international organizations as it improves and takes care of their information management.

RJ Lee Group

RJ Lee Group is an analytical laboratory and scientific consulting firm that has been providing manufacturing and product development expertise for more than 30 years. Based in Monroeville, Pennsylvania, it has an impressive network of technical professionals that offer flexible, scalable and customizable solutions. RJ Lee Group’s belief is that science speaks for itself and they simply provide it with a confident voice.

Top Quadrant

TopQuadrant is a leading semantic data integration company with nearly 15 years in the industry. It started as the first U.S. web consulting company and has evolved to a top expert in improving business insight, addressing information governance and providing seamless access to information. With clients from all over the U.S. and Europe, TopQuadrant succeeds in its mission to make information accessible and meaningful.

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3 Round Stones is a team of web pioneers and internet artisans who are also the brilliant creators behind the Callimachus Project, a leading Linked Data platform that allows information to be read by humans and processed by machines. The products of 3 Round Stones are well-known by industry professionals and are used in life-sciences research and healthcare delivery to reduce data silos and make information available for new insights, perspectives and conclusions.

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fluid Operations™ AG is a master in “semantifying” – the art of simplifying the way customers use and deliver information throughout their organization. Its rich portfolio includes the semantic integration platform Information Workbench™, as well as a variety of semantic data and cloud management apps. Its clients are many big names in telecommunications, IT, media, life-sciences and healthcare.

Business Process Engineering

Business Process Engineering provides innovative semantic solutions for business process data and application integration. Founded in Italy, BPEng makes dealing with information easier for clients from all over the world. It has developed a powerful business process modeling and execution tool that stores simple as well as structured data from various sources. XBPR or the eXtensible Business Process Repository helps customers model their enterprises and use the data for developing advanced reports across the company.


Meresco is a next generation component library for metadata management. Founded in the Netherlands, it supports the creation of flexible, scalable and open metadata management systems such as repositories, search engines and archives. Meresco’s foundation is a robust infrastructure for re-factoring, version control, dependency management, publishing, packaging, downloading and installing components.

Ontotext’s very own GraphDB is the triplestore integrated in Meresco.


Mondeca is a software and services company based in Paris, comprised of a team of taxonomy, ontology, content and metadata management experts. Managing knowledge representations in any language, boosting content management productivity, helping deliver the right content to the right audience at the right time – these are just a few of the benefits that Mondeca’s software has to offer.

STI International

STI International is a global community of research institutes, startups, small and medium enterprises and early adopter industries sharing a common passion – the power and potential of semantic technologies. STI is determined to use the power of semantics for overcoming economic, social and technological challenges, as well as surpassing the limitations presented by communication and collaboration technologies.

Ontotext partners with STI to assist it on its mission since March 2009.

Structure Dynamics

Ontotext partners with Structured Dynamics offers semantic technologies, software platforms and knowledge-based artificial intelligence methods that connect all information assets together, from text to XML, web content, spreadsheets and databases.

Ontotext and Structured Dynamics are partners in ontology research and design. Together we’ve developed UMBEL, an open source reference ontology for the Web. UMBEL’s reference concepts are mapped to Wikipedia, DBpedia ontology classes, GeoNames and PROTON.


System Simulation is located in the heart of London and specializes in cultural heritage systems, with key products such as image and digital asset management systems, collections management systems and content management systems with outputs to websites, kiosks, mobile devices and publications.

System Simulation is Ontotext’s partner for the UK. We’ve been working together on a common project for one of UK’s most renowned museums.


Talis is a leading provider of solutions for academic communities, linked data and libraries. It helps connect teaching and learning in new meaningful ways, helping revolutionize education.

Ontotext has partnered with Talis to jointly produce semantic technologies products and solutions. One of our mutual goals is the integration of GraphDB into the Talis Platform as an RDF Database component.

Ontotext has collaborated with the best and brightest in the worldwide semantic community on numerous research projects. Our research partners include:

  • Joanneum Research (JRS), Austria
  • Oesterreichischer Rundfunk (ORF), Austria
  • Netdynamics, Wien, Austria
  • Tiscali Austria GmbH
  • IDP Italian Development Partners S.r.l., Belgium
  • Vrije Universiteit Brussels, Belgium
  • Institute of Information Technology, Bulgarian Academy of Science, Sofia, Bulgaria
  • Profium, Finland
  • Google Ireland, Ireland
  • ILOG, France
  • Institut National de l’Audiovisuel (INA), France
  • University of La Rochelle, France
  • Berlecon Research, Berlin, Germany
  • big7.net GmbH & Aspasia Knowledge Systems, Germany
  • CAS Software AG, Germany
  • Empolis GmbH, Germany
  • FUTUREtec-GmbH, Germany
  • Inubit AG, Berlin, Germany
  • Ontoprise GmbH, Karlsruhe, Germany
  • SAP AG, Germany
  • University of Applied Science, Bochum, Germany
  • Institute of Communication and Computer Systems, NTUA, Athens, Greece
  • Division of Computer Science, NTUA, Athens, Greece
  • Department of Distributed Systems, Hungarian Academy of Science, Hungary
  • Trinity College Dublin, Ireland
  • Unicorn Solutions Inc, Jerusalem, Israel
  • Advanced Computer Systems (ACS), Italy
  • BEST-EIC (Hewlett Packard), Italy
  • Eurix, Torin, Italy
  • Radiotelevisione Italiana (RAI), Torin, Italy
  • University Roma Tor Vergata, Italy
  • Netherlands Institute of Sound and Vision – Beeld en Geluid (B&G), The Netherlands
  • Vrije Universiteit (VU) Amsterdam, The Netherlands
  • Netherlands Institute for Sound and Vision – Beeld en Geluid, The Netherlands
  • CognIT a.s, Norway
  • Autonomous University of Barcelona, Spain
  • Bankinter, Spain
  • Intelligent Software Components S.A. (ISOCO), Spain
  • iSOCO, Madrid, Spain
  • STREAM Technology Center – Atos Origin, Spain
  • EnerSearch AB, Sweden
  • Kea-pro GmbH, Switzerland
  • EPFL Lausanne, Switzerland
  • Schweizerische Lebensversicherungs und Rentenanstalt / Swiss Life, Switzerland
  • British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC), UK
  • Essex County Council, UK
  • Hewlett Packard, HP European Laboratories, Bristol, UK
  • The Open University, Milton Keynes, UK
  • University of Southampton (IT Innovation), UK
  • University of Surrey, UK
  • Digital Enterprise Research Institute (DERI): Next Web Generation Group, Institut fur Informatik, Innsbruck, Austria; and DERI Galway, National University of Ireland
  • Froschungszentrum Informatik and Institut AIFB, Karlsruhe, Germany
  • Linguistic Modeling Lab., CLPOI, Bulgarian Academy of Sciences
  • British Telecommunications Plc., UK
  • Jozef Stefan Institute (JSI), Department of Knowledge Technologies, Slovenia
  • DFKI Language Technology Lab, Saarbrucken, Germany
  • Hanival Internet Services, Wien, Austria
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