Metadata is not readily available for machines and humans
Even though the metadata may be well structured, it is not easily available to use for machine and human consumers across the organization.
Prevented by these Capabilities
An integrated information backbone
Data Language specializes in high-value information systems design and governance. A strong and highly contextual information backbone is essential for delivering and maintaining competitive digital products.
Metadata is managed centrally and available via API
Metadata is managed in a centralized service to ensure that there is one version of the truth, and this is integrated via APIs and webhooks into other services as required.
Inhibits these Capabilities
Maintain a low cost of incremental innovation
To be competitive, and to have the ability to pivot rapidly, it is essential to keep the cost of innovation low.
A working environment that fosters innovation
Businesses that prioritize innovation as an essential capability will understand the huge importance of the right working environment. The right tooling, a culture that supports risk-taking and experiments, mutual respect, and support in all endeavours are all key elements of this environment.
Leads to these Problems
Duplicative content tagging
Seen in these Maturity Models
Digital Media Metadata Maturity Model
Stage 3: Semantic Metadata - Maturity Stage
Metadata conforms to a semantic model that describes the classes of metadata and how the concepts are related to one another. This provides context and meaning.