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New Approaches to KM in Government: User-centric Enterprise Information Retrieval
Today’s $12 billion (USD) knowledge management (KM) market provides comprehensive solutions to large organizations. However, implementing such solutions

km  Approaches to KM in Government: User-centric Enterprise Information Retrieval Today’s $12 billion (USD) knowledge management (KM) market provides comprehensive solutions to large organizations. However, implementing such solutions requires significant resources and depends on behavioral changes by employees. As a result, KM efforts often fall short of their goals. Shifting focus to end user features offers significant benefits to government organizations and their employees—and improves the odds of Read More...
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The Power of Knowledge -- Knowledge is Power (Part 1)
The title of this blog post might sound like a no-brainer: as clear and indisputable as the “motherhood and apple pie” adage. Yet how many times have you dealt

km  Why and Flavors of KM KM software solutions range from small software packages for individual use such as brainstorming software  to broader, more enterprise-wide solutions. In the former, individuals and small groups can use KM software as a platform for brainstorming and analysis, and for cataloging, organizing, structuring, and searching disparate sources of information or data, and arranging them into an understandable  and useful format. The next KM step up in terms of complexity would be more spec Read More...
The Power of Knowledge -- Knowledge is Power (Part 2)
Part 1 of this blog series introduced the need for knowledge management (KM) software applications as part of a more comprehensive and strategic service

km  Assembling and maintaining a KM solution relies upon the service organization’s ability to manage relevant content and tag the content in a way that the target user base can find it when needed. In this regard, Servigistics has broken deployment of the system into the following four distinct steps, with appropriate products to address these specific areas: 1. Gathering History -- Most KM deployments fail due to lack of content and lack of a defined process to author and populate the knowledge base. SKM Read More...
Stemming the Loss of Knowledge Capital: A Business Fix for Canadian Manufacturers
The clock is ticking for Canadian manufacturers to come up with a solution to the ongoing loss of knowledge capital. Natural employee attrition, such as

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Knowledge Management: The Core of Service Resolution Management
Businesses today need to demonstrate their value to customers by making information that is relevant to them accessible. Hence the need for knowledge management

km  integrating CRM and SRM. KM software aims at helping to unlock the power of a company's knowledge to improve efficiency, competency, and profitability. It does so by providing an environment in which companies can, more quickly and cost-effectively, create a company-wide knowledge base to store and index documents and to more accurately search for the answers to user questions. Currently, the key trends in KM tools enable companies to perform the following: 1) target their online information to reflect wh Read More...
Oracle Renders Its PLM Outline Part One: Event Summary
Although its PLM solutions will not likely be the "all things to all people" any time soon, Oracle might be showing us its ability to develop its own applications in collaborative effort with its prominent customers.

km  groupware or knowledge management (KM) technology appropriate to a range of other business environments, given that besides ensuring data integrity using relational database technology, both include workflow and Web-based applications that facilitate collaboration efforts. To that end, owing to its venerable technological expertise, Oracle has been fortunate to have many important constituents of PLM beforehand. The PDM is as much about managing disparate data types (e.g., bills of materials [BOMs], Read More...
Business Process Management: How to Orchestrate Your Business
Business process management (BPM), having evolved over the past fifteen years, has finally reached a level of maturity where vendors are now abolishing functional silos to allow the enterprise-wide flow of business processes. It replaces the old, manual system of coordinating activities in a company and improves functionality and effectiveness through modeling, documentation, certification, collaboration, automation, and compliancy to minimize costly errors.

km  addresses corporate-wide knowledge management (KM) by not only making documented and certified processes readily available to all employees and associates, but by also providing employees collaboration functions, which enable them to manage projects, tasks, or transactions in a work team approach. Business Process Compliancy . Establishes the process s readiness to comply with internal and external regulations (such as Sarbanes-Oxley [SOX]). The compliant certified processes are then used to achieve Read More...
SAP Remains Vital Amid Ailing Market And Internal Adjustments Part 2: Continued Analysis and User R
SAP's focus on delivering a portal as an overlaying personalized user interface may proved to be a crucial bet, as an intuitive portal might prove to be a simple an effective way to integrate information from disparate systems.

km  working concurrently), knowledge management (KM), shared team spaces and proactive notification of problems. As users have increasingly been asking for more effective ways for companies to share information and collaborate during the buy/sell process, SAP Markets and SAP Portals will have ultimately targeted the same business opportunities in the past. Since the users have shown more inclination towards private trade exchanges (PTX), the need for companies to combine their marketplace strategies within Read More...
Mainstream Enterprise Vendors Begin to Grasp Content Management Part Three: Challenges
To conduct collaborative processes, businesses need embedded intelligence, and business intelligence (BI) or analytics applications focused on structured data offer only a part of the total solution. In other words, businesses also need content management for the unstructured data and content, which can contain a majority of business information, given that many decisions makers collaborate via e-mail or voicemail, which are examples of vast unstructured info that currently resides outside of business processes and of the reach of ERP and BI systems.

km  Knowledge Management ( SAP KM ) repository, which then enables KM objects to exploit all SAP KM services, like subscriptions, discussions, collaboration, information aggregation, etc., and the documents associated with BI, business processes, and product models. Also, through the collaboration engine, cFolders , users can make the analytic model available to participating teams without requiring them to open a SAP Business Warehouse ( SAP BW ) developer workbench or have to study the metadata or Read More...
SAP Bolsters NetWeaver's MDM Capabilities Part Four: SAP and A2i
The A2i acquisition will in the short term bring together two complementary e-commerce products that should help retailers, manufacturers, and suppliers manage and sell their products to other companies and customers on-line.

km  content in the SAP KM repository, which then enables KM objects to exploit all SAP KM services, like subscriptions, discussions, collaboration, information aggregation, etc., and the documents associated with BI, business processes, and product models. Also, through the collaboration engine, cFolders , users can make the analytic model available to participating teams without requiring them to open a SAP BW developer workbench or have to study the metadata or databases. For that reason, the A2i Read More...
SAP Weaves Microsoft .NET And IBM WebSphere Into Its ESA Tapestry
While SAP’s determination to become service-oriented architecture applications Lingua Franca evangelist should be of vital importance to its customers and for the general market direction, one should in the short-term expect tremors rather than tectonic moves and a speedy extinction of many pre-historic looking application species.

km  the enterprise; Knowledge Management (KM) that unifies multiple sources of unstructured information, such as document management, file services, XML feeds, and so on for providing and managing knowledge; An integration broker -- for internal and external process integration, based on XML messaging; Business Process Management (BPM) providing design, development, execution, monitoring, and management of business processes across the extended enterprise; J2EE/ABAP -- provisioning of native, secured Web Read More...

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