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Can Knowledge Management be a Hosted Service within Web3.0?

In recent conversations with industry professionals previewing our beta, we have begun fielding questions about challenges associated with knowledge management within the enterprise.

Within the enterprise, content management and knowledge management have blossomed into a multi-billion dollar industry [see: Gartner, IDC, Forrester] where organizations have identified a need, and subsequently spent money, to improve operational performance and maintain a competitive advantage.

Why such a large industry? Well, what would a professional do to share knowledge amassed throughout his career? How do one pass that knowledge along to successors or even within his industry? Or how does a firm reduce intellectual property bleeding associated with turnover of professionals?

That is where things have changed. Web3.0 has done this.

Today, with Tologix Software, a turnkey hosted model built by IT professionals in partnership with Legal practitioners allows one to quickly build and contribute their knowledge to a hosted system that both collects and protects intellectual property, while allowing the owners to monetize their knowledge for generations to come.

Both the organization and its practitioners understand there is a need to collect and manage their knowledge to remain competitive in today’s global market. Now, because of advancements of Internet technologies, savvy entrants within a specific body of knowledge use the latest in technology to compete.

Large communities and associations are collaborating to build knowledge bases and foster innovation, while professionals contribute to the evolution of that knowledge.

It is within those knowledge bases (and the manner in which the data is captured and indexed, then ultimately accessed by its users) that a competitive market will continue to exist.

Practitioners need to focus on their practice, IT partners need to focus their technologies; together, a market evolves and opportunities arise… this is Web3.0

 

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