Return on Information - the age of intelligent information management

Return on Information - the age of intelligent information management
Knowledge is power. That was the message philosopher and pioneer Francis Bacon sought to share with humanity over 500 years ago. As such, our customers often distinguish themselves from their competitors with the knowledge and specialist know-how they have accumulated. However, it appears that they have no explicit support system in place to maintain and expand their knowledge or to optimise the exploitation of this information. This is characterised by the presence of outdated systems stemming from the 90s, or the absence of faith in the capabilities of new systems that can truly help make life (at work) easier. What should organisations do to put their knowledge to good use?
Knowledge is power. That was the message philosopher and pioneer Francis Bacon sought to share with humanity over 500 years ago. As such, our customers often distinguish themselves from their competitors with the knowledge and specialist know-how they have accumulated. However, it appears that they have no explicit support system in place to maintain and expand their knowledge or to optimise the exploitation of this information. This is characterised by the presence of outdated systems stemming from the 90s, or the absence of faith in the capabilities of new systems that can truly help make life (at work) easier. What should organisations do to put their knowledge to good use?
Blogs 15/05/2018