Gellish open source software

Gellish.net has developed the Communicator application software. The software is an Open Source reference application that is intended for testing and demonstrating the power of application of the Gellish family of formalized languages. It is also intended as a source of software for reuse by software developers who build Gellish capabilities into existing or new applications. The software is written in Python and available from the Gellish project on GitHub.

Gellish used in SAP

A world wide operating manufacturer in the chemicals industry applied the Gellish Taxonomic Dictionary to streamline its SAP systems with equipment maintenance data and in various migration projects where data was migrated from legacy systems to SAP. Gellish acts as a common reference for standardization of the data and the taxonomy enhances the search processes of the SAP systems.

Searching and Finding

Gellish Formal Dutch was applied in a ‘proof of concept’ project for searching and finding (‘zoeken en vinden’) of product information that was executed by a group of companies of the Dutch building industry. The project demonstrated that it is possible that an application system generates one system independent query for searching for product types more

Is your Information Management Mature?

Is your Information Management Mature? What is the position of your company on the Gellish Information Management Maturity Ladder? The Gellish Information Management Maturity Assessment Method provides an objective assessment of the quality of the information management by your organization. It enables a systematic evaluation of your position on the Gellish Information Management Maturity Ladder more

Workshop “Interoperability through Semantic Modeling”

Workshop “Interoperability through Semantic Modeling” We regularly give open as well as in-house workshops on semantic information modeling and related topics. For example: 1. Semantic Modeling in Formal English or Formal Dutch (Formeel Nederlands) 2. Development and use of Electronic Dictionaries-Taxonomies and Ontologies. 3. Modeling of Products and Processes. 4. Classification and facility modeling in more