Decenteralize Information Access
Knowledge Management Systems, intranets, portals, and document management solutions address the problem of information access by creating centralized structures.
But information is usually accessed within the context of a group or a project that cuts across centralized structures.
As a result and according to a report by McKinsey, employees spend 1.8 hours every day—9.3 hours per week, on average—searching and gathering information. Put another way, businesses hire 5 employees but only 4 show up to work; the fifth is off searching for answers, but not contributing any value.
Our solutions are designed to solve this problem for organizations. Here is what our clients at FirstAssist (now Health Assured) found after a deploying KBrowser as a universal client for their employees.
Save 2 hours per Information Worker
1Unskilled SearchUnskilled search arises from two distinct causes. Lack of technical ability and know how in search technology, and lack of familiarity with the subject matter. Searching an already curated library, will significantly improve the findability and discovery of the right information, and reduce time wasted searching for the right answers.
2Aimless Social Media PostingA curated library of business related content, is an ideal way to manage employee advocacy, and control what content is shared on social media and for what purpose. With KBucket every link that is shared from your page, will drive traffic back to your site. This purposeful use of social media postings is measurable and will improve your reach.
3Poorly Curated ContentMuch time is wasted, not knowing where information resides. The KBrowser and KBucket solutions make it real easy to optimize access to information, based on rules and preferences of users, using the information. As business needs change, the needs for accessing information in context changes. Our solutions let you easily re-define how information is accessed, by re-engineering the access to that information, without changing the physical location of the information.