Quite a few years ago enterprises made the shift from pure Content Management to Knowledge Management, setting special focus on identifying, capturing, evaluating, retrieving, and sharing all of an enterprise’s information assets. These assets in particular included previously un-captured expertise and experience in individual workers. However the idea of manual knowledge elicitation often suffered from lack of participation; and the problems even intensified due to the big amount and variety of enterprise data available nowadays.
The SMART Enterprise Special Track gives insights on how Knowledge Management has been evolved to be “smart”, for instance by using Data Analytics to help workers uncover and solve hard problems. This may include Big Data, but also very high-quality semantically enriched data. Highly structured enterprise data can significantly raise the quality of business and automation processes, going far beyond the always quoted problem statement of getting required information if a colleague is on vacation of leaves the company.
A more detailed program can be found here.
- 19th of September 2014; 13:30 – 15:30
i-Praxis SMART Enterprise PDF Flyer
- Hermann Stern (Know-Center) – hstern (at) know-center.at