Can an ontology provide enough detailed information to build logical data models in the future?

A good ontology simplifies your information management systems because it creates an enterprise-wide definition of what things are called and their interrelationships. In our experience, even the complex requirements of multi-billion, global companies can be organized into ontologies of about 1000 concepts. Because ontologies reuse properties they can represent the real world complexities of a business using many fewer properties than logical models would need.

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