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Modus, the method

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Opus, the product

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Thesaurus, the terminology

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Corpus, the library

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Focus, the objectives and the organization

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Chorus, the community

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A method supported by a community

Public sector approval

The DGME (French General Directorate for State Modernization) recommends using Praxeme in its General Repository for Interoperability (RGI). Turning to the open method is a natural choice for the DGME, in view of its vocation: interoperability and modernization (another way of referring to transformation) call for a rigorous approach to complexity. In addition, in the context of a public administration, one initial act conditions the success and depth of change: sharing the semantics. Praxeme is known for its semantic modeling technique.

Moreover, among the contributors to the initiative for an open method are the French Army and the Office of Family Assistance.
In Belgium, the Easi-Wal administration uses Praxeme in its electronic administration projects.

A broad community

Beyond the members of the Praxeme Institute, a broad community supports the initiative. It shows itself in the “PraxemeFans” group, with members from many countries.

The Praxeme Institute has close ties with academics and researchers in diverse domains: mathematics, systems engineering, linguistics, sociology, information systems… These relationships are born out of the desire to bring knowledge into the enterprise, knowledge that can be of real benefit.

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