Enterprise Information Portals

Smart enterprises know that focusing purely on core competencies is not sufficient for survival in a competitive marketplace. They need to leverage existing information and knowledge assets in order to establish a winning advantage. To this end, enterprise information portals (EIP) deliver the capability to manage your implicit and explicit knowledge assets. Learn about current trends in EIP and how they affect you.
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