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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Before purchasing, implementing, and benefiting from these systems, however, nursing home administrators first need to truly understand what a knowledge management system is--and why a long-term care organization would need one.
Implementation of a knowledge management system requires:
The Base Camp Knowledge Management System, designed to be a Web-based knowledge portal for base camp planners and managers, was developed by the USMA using input from previous base camp workshops as a guide for management system requirements and capabilities.
We selected Kanisa for our knowledge management system, and Siebel for our customer management system.
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.
system for a company and tying in a lot of their business processes and three unique ideas come up out of that approach, then that team member's responsibility is to see that that information gets fed into the knowledge management system in a good and effective way.
Furthermore, companies can elect to take the knowledge management system into their Intranet adding their own corporate knowledge to give a comprehensive reference library to all their engineers.
The Gartner Group estimates that by 2003, more than half of the Fortune 1000 companies will implement a knowledge management system. As companies become more globally-focused in their strategies, they require information to be shared quickly across great distances.
Generation21 is the first learning and knowledge management system that provides personalized training to every learner throughout the enterprise.
The "Knowledge Management System" (KMS) provides a backbone for linking CAE analysis results and molding know-how, and it ensures that everyone throughout the company shares the same up-to-date information, explains C-Mold v.p.
to offer Livelink Internet Solutions, a collaborative knowledge management system that enables organizations to provide secure Web-browser access to a company's intranet.

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