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Hivemine Featured in KMWorld's "100 Companies that Matter in Knowledge Management" for 2012
Seattle – February 28, 2012 – Hivemine, a leading provider of solutions that manage and build long-term knowledge capital, announced today that it has been named to KMWorld's 2012 list of "100 Companies That Matter in Knowledge Management." Compiled by KM practitioners, theorists, analysts, vendors, their customers, and their colleagues, the list will be published at www.kmworld.com and in KMWorld Magazine in early March.
Hivemine's AskMe combines the structure and process of traditional knowledge management solutions with the engagement benefits of social business software. AskMe connects people and mines their social interactions and content for nuggets of information. These nuggets are transformed into knowledge capital that can be used by anyone in an organization. The knowledge capital created through AskMe helps companies boost innovation, avoid costly duplication of effort, make better decisions and minimize the effects of "brain drain."
AskMe can be used as a standalone knowledge management solution complete with social tools, or layered on top of collaboration platforms like Microsoft® SharePoint® or enterprise social networking tools.
Finding the right experts with auto-profiling techniques
Aggregating relevant content across enterprise data stores
Assigning a value to content based on feedback
Transforming ad hoc social interactions into knowledge capital
According to KMWorld editor in chief Hugh McKellar, the companies on the 2012 list have "demonstrated an unwavering commitment to their customers by helping to harvest an organization's collective intelligence in order to best serve its entire constituency chain."
The recognition by KMWorld is a milestone for Hivemine, which acquired the AskMe solution and existing AskMe customers from Realcom U.S. in mid-2011. "This is the 5th year that AskMe has been acknowledged by KMWorld," stated David Wachter, Hivemine's chief marketing officer. "It reflects the continued evolution of AskMe as an industry-leading KM solution and recognizes Hivemine's strategy for building knowledge as a by-product of how people work and delivering information via familiar applications like SharePoint."
To learn how AskMe has helped Fortune 500 companies build their knowledge capital in complex enterprise environments, visit http://hivemine.com.
The leading information provider serving the Knowledge, Document and Content Management systems market, KMWorld informs more than 45,000 subscribers about the components and processes – and subsequent success stories – that together offer solutions for improving business performance. KMWorld is a publishing unit of Information Today, Inc.
Hivemine (http://hivemine.com) provides knowledge solutions, including AskMe, a patented, award-winning knowledge management system that integrates with enterprise portals and social intranets. AskMe tackles the business challenges of expertise identification, employee disconnect and knowledge erosion to help organizations create and leverage knowledge capital – a strategic asset that can speed innovation, reduce costs, and improve customer service. For more information, follow us on Twitter, http://twitter.com/Hivemine