The application of this capability could be significant in that IT shops can simplify their discovery of knowledge about what data they have in their organizations. There are, of course, other semantic discovery and modeling tools on the market, but this vendor has a unique angle. The history of the model is bound in the study of complex European languages and translating terms semantically, across language, even when a context changes. As such, the derived semantic model provides a uniquely culture- and language-independent solution. For the most complex application and information landscapes, even those assembled across language barriers, this could be a great way to jump-start an effective MDM or enterprise information management (EIM) program by discovering the semantic model that sits at the center of the organization.