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Semantic technologies for IT projects management

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How can IT and service provider companies increase the possibility of success of large-scale IT projects? Using variety of approaches and solutions, this question is trying to be resolved in the last 10 years by software developer’s community. Statistics are that only about 32% of IT projects would be completed successfully. One of the main reasons of project failure is inability to combine information (knowledge) and multiply reuse it across the company, and, therefore, lack of appropriate project control.In my presentation I will show an approach to resolve the problem above that IT companies faces all over the world when managing large-scale projects. Instead of traditional technologies, based on using rules, performance-based technologies and software for project management (MS Project, Primovera), we are using a modern semantic network approach which allows us to form and constantly enrich explicit and tacit knowledge base in project scales.

Ivan Kireev

Ivan KireevIvan Kireev

Ivan Kireev currently serves as a Software Engineering Director at Exigen Services, the global IT solutions company that provides application outsourcing and business transformation services to its clients all over the world. He has more than 7 years’ experience in IT management and strong computer science experience in Knowledge management.

Ivan is a disciple of Gregory S. Tseytin, a world-famous scientist in Mathematical logic and Artificial Intelligence. As well he is the author of several researches in the area of Semantic Nets and Senior Lecturer in Computer Science Department of Saint-Petersburg State University.


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