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BENEFITS OF DOCUMENT
  1. Categorisation
  2. Taxonmoy
  3. Findability

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The Insurance Taxonomy consists of over 450 terms. It seeks to cover the general process and functional structure of an insurance organisation and more widely branches to categorise the industry as a whole.

The Taxonomy is designed to help organisations tag and organize their unstructured information with relevant, industry specific concepts, processes, subjects, and document types. It also incorporates a substantial amount of scope notes providing additional definition of terms.

It is created through specific sector experience. The result is a solid base platform for organisations to add their personal nuances and uniqueness and thus provide themselves with a individualised taxonomy for enabling "findability" across their content systems.

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