Daniela Barbosa works with large corporations in deploying information strategies through various parts of the enterprise, including helping them develop and manage their corporate vocabularies. Connecting business information with vocabulary management solutions, Ms. Barbosa is responsible for delivering end-to-end solutions that help organizations add structure and value to existing information assets and connects users to the information they need, when and where they need it.
Prior to this role, Ms. Barbosa was a solutions architect for Dow Jones Client Solutions and Factiva Consulting Services, before Factiva was acquired by Dow Jones in December 2006. In this role she was responsible for the definition and design of customer solutions that incorporated content from Dow Jones Factiva to enable customers to deliver business intelligence and actionable insight. She has worked with various Fortune 500 clients in the high-tech, consumer products, consulting, telecommunications, pharmaceutical and financial industries, as well as with many B2C customers in the ecommerce and digital media space.
An avid social media fan and contributor, Ms. Barbosa has participated in various speaking engagements and written on the topic of information delivery in the enterprise. She continually uses social media tools and processes to engage with customers and prospects, and she often shares the results of some of her research work. Most recently, she spearheaded a Folksonomies & Taxonomies round table event in Silicon Valley, California and published an ebook on hybrid approaches to folksonomies and taxonomies in the enterprise. Some of her thoughts on various topics around information delivery can be found on her blog Unstruc...chichatting about information delivery.
Ms. Barbosa earned her Master's degree in Library and Information Science (MLIS) from the School of Information and Library Science at Rutgers University, New Jersey.