Software for Knowledge Management

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Software for Knowledge Management


As knowledge management theory and practice becomes more common, many companies are releasing software created to deal with managing knowledge. Most are designed to work on an intranet, either directly on a web server or as an extension to Lotus Notes. The following list may help you and your colleagues find software that fits the needs of your organization.

EDUCOM Business Solutions http://www.educom.com.au/edbus/ 350 South Main Street, Suite 303 Doylestown, PA 19087 215/340-2921 Fax: 215/340-2932

EDUCOM's DOCS OPEN enterprise document management system is designed to manage and control an organization's know/edgebase or intellectual property. The company specializes in delivering knowledge management products and services by providing a suite of advanced software applications for document, image and work(low management.

grapeVINE Technologies http://www.gvt.com/ Troy, Ml 48025 810/680-6653 Fax: 810/680-6671 Info@nagvt.com

grapeVINE for Notes, available since 1994, extends Lotus Notes information sharing capabilities to allow Notes users to filter information across several databases. grapeVINE Technologies develops and markets innovative knowledge management software products designed to capture and manage the information in an organization's documents and the knowledge in its managers' minds.

Knowledge Associates International http://www.knowledge.stjohns.co.uk/ 7 Cambridge Drive Trumbull, CT 06611 203/372-0405 Fax: 203/365-2300

Knowledger (also called PKM) uses Lotus Notes and acts as a Personal Knowledge Manager (PKM) to enable corporations to make the transition from managing with information to leading with knowledge. …

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