Knowledge Management System


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Knowledge Management System

(KMS) A distributed hypermedia system for managing knowledge in organisations. KMS is a commercial system from Knowledge Systems, Inc. running on workstations, based on previous research with ZOG at Carnegie Mellon University.
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Project name : Design and implementation of a pilot phase for a Knowledge Management System at the EBRD
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The knowledge management system enhances the BlueTouch Online portal and is part of ongoing investment by Blue Coat in its service and support capabilities to improve customer satisfaction.
Administration of an organizational knowledge management system requires the sustainable integration of various theoretical concepts and approaches relating to knowledge management (Glot and Berrell, 2003).
With a knowledge management system, for example, nursing homes can more proactively manage the quality of care delivered.
An effective knowledge management system facilitates collaboration and knowledge sharing throughout the company, and reduces agent-training cycles by giving a brand new agent access to the same knowledge that a veteran agent has.
It is not until the second phase of knowledge management system design, the dynamic classification phase, that you tap into individual expertise.
The second function of a knowledge management system is to provide what should be routine information.
The four functions performed by knowledge management systems are:
The Smart Knowledge Management System (SKMS) is a self-learning and intelligent knowledge management hybrid platform developed to help decision makers in their daily operation.
The subject of the contract is adapted to the use of performance VALTORTA and knowledge management system (hereinafter referred to as knowledge management system or the system) software as a service, including, inter alia, software licenses (licenses), the system of delivery, the necessary integrations and migrations, as well as training, maintenance and development services.
The portal is a proven, reliable knowledge management system and collaborative tool that allowed PEO C3T to synchronize communications and operations across four time zones and between multiple parties concurrently to ensure maximum collaboration.

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