Andreas Blumauer

Semantic Web Company and punkt. netServices have merged

We are pleased to announce that two companies which have had already a significant standing within the European Semantic Web scene, are now acting under one brand. The long lasting expertise in developing, programming and integrating linked data technologies of punkt. netServices and Semantic Web Company’s consulting expertise have merged under the resulting label Semantic Web Company.

In 2004 Semantic Web Company was founded as a spin off of punkt. netServices to bring the semantic web and linked data technologies closer to the needs of companies, consumers and the government sector. We have done a lot of basic research those past years, as well as project-pioneering with prospective customers and partners. Finally we have consolidated our knowledge and skills in that field. What was avantgarde in 2004 now has become bleeding edge technology in present days. A good moment to join efforts and bring together the two sisters.

With the new Semantic Web Company, you can count on a team of 20 experienced experts from the areas of knowledge management, enterprise software architecture, search engines, collaboration software, agile web development and – last but not least – the semantic web. We are a powerful partner when it comes to realise enterprise-ready solutions. An enlarged company needs more space, so find our new headquarter on lovely Mariahilfer Street in Vienna in a building designed by famous Austrian architect Adolf Loos.

Read more about our goals and visions online on our brandnew website or get in touch with our team on-site, joining one of our monthly Open House Meetings.


Andreas Blumauer

December 2009: Austria will be the hot spot of the Semantic Web World

There will be a series of events around the Semantic Web & Linked Data in Vienna and Graz at the end of this year. This is a comprehensive list of all of these events, which might help you to make a decision to come to Austria:

Linked Data Camp

Linked Data Camp

The Jackson tribute might have been a flop for Vienna, but this is history! So, what are you waiting for – come & join the party!

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