KMWorld Magazine, 16 (3), 2007 (100 Companies That Matter in Knowledge Management)


Content & Document Management Solution Directory:

  • Clearview Software
  • FatWire
  • SpringCM
  • TOWER Software

KMWorld Trendsetting Product of 2006:

  • Xenos Group Inc.

View From The Top:

  • ABREVITY, Inc.
  • Attensity
  • Avenue A | Razorfish
  • BA-Insight
  • Brainware, Inc.
  • Clarabridge, Inc
  • Connotate Technologies, Inc.
  • Ektron
  • EMC Documentum
  • Engenium
  • Expert System
  • Exsys, Inc.
  • FatWire
  • IBM
  • Inxight Software
  • ISYS Search Software, Inc
  • KANA Software, Inc
  • Kofax
  • Noetix Corporation
  • Northern Light
  • PaperThin
  • Percussion Software
  • QL2 Technology
  • SAVO
  • Siderean Software, Inc.
  • SpringCM
  • Stellent
  • Teragram
  • Tower Software
  • XyEnterprise
  • Xythos Software, Inc
  • ZyLAB

ECM…no slowdown in sight
The disparate nature of content and the desire to share it companywide, as well as with business partners and customers, are challenges facing vendors and users of enterprise content management (ECM) systems.
– by Phil Britt

ECM: Managing invoices pays off
Enterprise content management (ECM) systems are best known for handling documents that represent the intellectual capital in organizations—documents such as project deliverables, research reports and reference materials. In recent years, however, ECM systems have diversified to accommodate such content…
– by Judith Lamont

Data-driven decisions: The View from the dashboard
Decision-making in organizations is based on a complex mix of rational and intuitive thinking. Amidst abundant data, organizations find it difficult to make decisions in which they are confident. One way to help make sense of enterprise data is to use a dashboard to support business performance management…
– by Judith Lamont

Marketing departments have often functioned on gut feelings, intuition and qualitative information-gathering in the form of anecdotal reports from customer-facing employees.
– by Aberdeen Group

KMWorld 100 Companies That Matter in Knowledge Management
About a year ago, Dr. Michael Koenig wrote in these pages that unlike many business “fads,” knowledge management didn’t fall into the typical 10-year pattern of boom and bust, with four or five years of explosive growth, followed by a slightly longer period of almost equally dramatic decline. His conclusion: KM is here to stay.
– by Hugh McKellar


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From knowledge to distraction
– by Jonathan B. Spira

Ontologies and abstractions
– by David Weinberger

Search: Pure and simple
– by Hugh McKellar

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Copyright 2007, KMWorld, a Division of Information Today, Inc.

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