We're presenting you a brief resume of an article by Craig Wilkey, manager at Dell EMC, in which he presents his vision of the evolution of Knowledge Management, from document capture...
Last year, we already talked about this particular list, and today we are ready to see the new list of 100 Companies that matter in Knowledge Management, made by KMWorld.
“Things that matter: innovation, ingenuity, resourcefulness, usefulness, collaboration, community, expertise. Our annual list of 100 Companies That Matter in Knowledge Management features organizations that manifest those traits themselves and that help their customers attain such qualities. In researching the list this year, we were struck by the preponderance of such terms as machine learning, artificial intelligence and cognitive computing—capabilities driving technology ever steadily toward more human-like behavior. Chatbots help us shop online, and they even participate in our political dialog online. Digital assistants are extending their reach to help users find answers and solve problems. And autonomous vehicles can drive without us. But in addition to those seemingly futuristic functions, tried-and-true technologies to help manage knowledge are well-represented on the list … records management, business process management, enterprise content management, business intelligence and so on. The banner of knowledge management spans a wealth of territory to encompass solutions that range from digitizing paper invoices to simulating human conversation. Technologies evolve and so does this list. We don’t start from scratch each year but rather refine the list annually, eliminating some companies to make room for others.”
Some of this year’s ranking’s members are: Adobe, Asana, Bloomfire, Datawatch, IBM, K2 or Sinequa.
As always, we encourage you to see the full list and to read a little bit of each one of the 100 Companies in order to learn from their success.