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Thomas Frisendal, Graph Data Architect and Visual Data Modeler, is an experienced database consultant with more than 30 years on the IT vendor side and as an independent consultant. He has worked with databases and data modeling since the late 70s; since 1995 primarily on data warehouse projects. He has a strong urge to visualize everything as graphs - even datamodels!

He excels in the art of turning data into information and knowledge. His approach to information-driven analysis and design is "New Nordic" in the sense that it represents the traditional Nordic values such as superior quality, functionality, reliability and innovation by new ways of communicating the structure and meaning of the business context as graphs.

Thomas is an active writer and speaker. He lives in Copenhagen, Denmark. His firm, TF Informatik, was founded in 1995 and is registered in Denmark (DK66048950).

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Since it was published in 2012 the book above has had more than 50K chapter downloads in research libraries all over the world. This makes it part of top 25% in its category!
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Consulting, review and recommendations within anything data-driven:
  • Business information analysis, incl. metadata and business vocabularies
  • Data architecture with emphasis on graphs and knowledge graphs
  • Data modeling using property graphs
  • Database technologies, Neo4j
  • On-site 1-day course: Business Concept Modeling
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  • DI Federation of Danish Professional Service Firms (Management Consultants)
  • The Cognitive Science Society
  • The Data Warehouse Institute
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