Knowledge managementcorporate knowledge bases, portals, data warehouses
A knowledge management system (KMS) allow to:
I. Structure the knowledge;
II. Define reasoning rules;
III. Gather facts;
IV. Acquire inferences using them;
V. Use the knowledge.
KMS is able to answer any question, asked in the terms of subject matter area conceptual model. Unlike regular search engines, answers given by KMS are always exhaustive and proven.
Solutions based on our ArchiGraph.KMS system are able to support decision making, predict developments, and even govern applications integration.
KMS is also a powerful analytic tool, intended for qualitative analysis of the complexly structured, disparate data acquired from various sources. It can be used for surveying causal, structural, functional relations between objects and events.
Here is the simplified example of how the KMS may be used for project management. The customer is performing a lot of research projects, and there is a task of discovering intersecting projects at the early stages of the project consideration.