Taxonomy Planning Strategy

Taxonomy Strategy

With a good taxonomy plan from KNUT, your users will form trust and loyalty, happy to spend more time engaging with your offerings and content. We have the right tools to make a plan that will help your business grow, make things run smoothly, and keep customers connected.

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Having a good plan for organization is important in today's competitive market. With KNVEY, you can support your business as it grows and changes. Invest in your business by implementing an effective taxonomy strategy with KNUT today.

Ever find yourself thinking...

Why is content discovery and organization such a hurdle for my business?

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Disjointed Content

We have difficulty integrating new content into existing taxonomies.

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Inconsistent Organization

We have inconsistencies in content labeling and organization.


Difficulty Tracking Efforts

We have difficulty tracking sales, marketing, and customer service efforts.


Unclear Offerings

Our customers have difficulty finding or understanding specific products or services.

Asset Migration

Risky Content Delivery

Today, there’s a risk of incorrect categorization and errors in content delivery.

Precision Manufacturing

Unagile Processes 

It is difficult to make changes to our digital strategy and keep up with the needs of the business.

Taking advantage of KNUT’s taxonomy strategy services will give your business a competitive edge. How?

Manage Content With Ease
Cloud Done

Manage All Your Data with Ease

Improved Efficiency

Improved organizational performance and efficiency

Improved Search

Improved search capabilities


Ability to manage large volumes of documents with ease

Content Discovery

Increased discoverability of documents and assets

Simple Repurposing

Simpler repurposing or migration of information

Easy Integration

Ability to integrate with other enterprise systems

Floating Digital Data


Key KNUT Taxonomy Services include:

Create a strategy to organize and tag your digital assets to improve your content discoverability

Creation Process


Taxonomy Analysis

Identifying key elements of organizational data to develop an effective taxonomy structure.

Strategy Development

Developing comprehensive strategies to ensure that the taxonomy aligns with the organization’s goals and objectives.

Interior Design


Taxonomy Architecture Building

Designing and building taxonomy architectures, including tree hierarchy, tagging models, and nomenclatures

Taxonomy Governance

Establishing and overseeing guidelines for taxonomy navigation, use, and maintenance to ensure accuracy and consistency.

Instant Analysis



Testing current metadata and content structures and making updates to optimize search and retrieval capabilities.

Content & Metadata Integration

Integrating content and metadata into the taxonomy to ensure that the organization’s digital assets are easily searchable.

Frequently Asked Questions

What techniques will KNUT use to create my taxonomy strategy?

We use a variety of techniques to create your taxonomy strategy, including assessments of existing data to uncover areas of improvement, stakeholder interviews to define user needs, creating metadata and classification structures, and increasing user/search engine engagement.

How often should I review and update my taxonomy strategy?

To keep up with ever-changing technology, it is recommended to review and update your taxonomy strategy at regular intervals. Depending on the size of your organization and the complexity of its structure, this can range from semi-annually to yearly.

What potential challenges might I face when implementing a taxonomy strategy?

When implementing a taxonomy strategy, there are several potential challenges that may arise. There may be resource constraints, such as budget constraints or a lack of in-house expertise. Testing and validating the taxonomy to ensure accuracy and usability can be time-consuming. Selection, implementation, and monitoring of a taxonomy system can be difficult, especially if an organization is not familiar with the process. However, with careful planning and a detailed strategy, these challenges can be overcome.

What types of taxonomy strategies exist?

There are a variety of taxonomy strategies that can be employed, ranging from rigid hierarchical approaches to more contextual and semantic categorization. Common taxonomies used include subject-oriented (based on subject matter categories), content-oriented (based on the type of content), and folksonomy (user-generated tagging).

What software tools are available to help me organize my document structures?

Your company’s content management system or digital asset management system is the primary software tool that you can leverage to develop and maintain a taxonomy strategy.  If you are looking for a smart way to develop and maintain a taxonomy strategy for your company, KNVEY Core is a great solution. With its versatile feature set and friendly user interface, it is a great choice for users looking to optimize their digital asset management processes.