Obie is an AI software solution for document and knowledge management, and provides users with a single system with which to store and manage information, enabling teams to more easily locate and access important documents. The platform provides users and teams with verified knowledge within Slack and Stride, and is designed to integrate with tools users may already be using such as Confluence, JIRA, Google Drive, and Dropbox.
BoostHQ is an online knowledgebase that helps companies to create, share, and index their organization’s knowledge. The platform is available on both web and mobile in order to allow employees to access and contribute information to the system on the go, and is a fully responsive interface in order to adapt to different screen sizes and orientations.
Swiftype is knowledge management software that facilitates content, document, file, and conversation searches across different internal cloud applications. The platform provides users with AI-powered applications designed to search, discover and organize all company data, is accessible via mobile iOS and Android devices, and utilizes an AI-powered query pipeline to populate predictive search suggestions.
Meemim is a knowledge management platform that centralizes all company resources to help businesses streamline oversight of their information. The platform integrates information from intranets, content management systems, cloud storage and Wikis into a single, searchable hub.
Knowledge management software turns the nightmare of managing your business’s information into an enjoyable, productive experience for your company. We’ve compiled a knowledge management 101 guide to take you through the basics of knowledge management software and its key features.
By providing users with a consumer-like enterprise platform that collects, organizes, identifies and recommends valuable data, the team at Kaybus moves to take knowledge management to a new level; what they call knowledge automation. In this Q&A with Kaybus we spoke with Seenu Banda, CEO, about the company’s passion for delivering quality knowledge and its fast-growing appeal to customers since coming out of stealth mode.
Content management and knowledge management are so similar that we forget to make a distinction between them. Products that are self-proclaimed content management systems are actually knowledge management systems, and vice versa, making a confusing mess for buyers. Lucky for you, you have encountered this comprehensive guide to Content Management vs. Knowledge Management. As long as you bear with us, you will perfectly and succinctly understand the difference between content management and knowledge management.
ProProfs Knowledgebase is knowledge management software that facilitates company wikis, FAQs, documentation and internal knowledge bases designed to support customer service and employee training processes. The platform provides users with a searchable online resource center, allows users to create online reference material that incorporates video and images, and allows end-users to access mobile-optimized documents for iPhone, iPad, Android, and iOS.
Moodle is an open source learning management software solution that enables users to host private websites filled with online courses. At the start, users can work together to create curricula, maintain academic calendars and develop wikis and forums.
APQC Knowledge Management is a knowledgebase software solution that takes key pieces of knowledge and leverages them for success. The program starts out by identifying important knowledge files and analyzing how skillfully a company manages its knowledge. Users can then develop a framework for knowledge management and set a strategy. As users upload files into the knowledgebase, the system scans over all of the content and identifies information surpluses and gaps.