metaphacts is included in KMWorld's 2022 list of 100 companies that matter most in knowledge management
We're excited to announce that metaphacts has been included in KMWorld's 2022 list of 100 companies that matter most in knowledge management - a list of inventive knowledge management companies whose offerings are targeted at helping organizations expand their use of information and knowledge and accelerate their growth.
KMWorld is the leading publisher, conference organizer, and information provider serving the knowledge management, content management, and document management markets.
"While digital transformation was well underway more than 2 years ago, the trend accelerated rapidly when the pandemic hit. It's true that the tumultuous business climate continues unabated, but smart, knowledge-driven organizations have been successfully seizing products and services that help them identify new opportunities, improve customer service, modernize operations, thwart fraudulent activity, make the right information available to staff members who need it, and, when possible, enhance decision making with real-time information," said Tom Hogan, Group Publisher, KMWorld.
The list published by KMWorld reflects the need to provide knowledge workers with tools that enable them to consume information in context, uncover hidden connections, collaborate across teams, and accelerate and optimize daily decisions - a need that many companies are addressing using solutions powered by knowledge graphs, machine learning and AI.
With metaphactory we deliver a knowledge democratization platform that supports collaborative knowledge modeling and knowledge generation and enables on-demand citizen access to consumable, contextual and actionable knowledge. Ultimately, this paves the way towards decision intelligence by providing contextual analytics and decision support and enabling AI/ML-augmented continuous intelligence and decision automation.
Here you can access KMWorld's 2022 list of 100 companies that matter most in knowledge management »