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The world of hi-tech is an advanced one. Its workers are knowledge workers. Their activity depends on their knowledge as does their success. Knowledge Management allows sharing, retaining and developing new knowledge more quickly with less quality malfunctions.



Case study

Proper project management is one of the key factors of success. A lot lies on the project manager's shoulders. Managing lessons learned from previous projects alongside tips accumulated over the years can be an asset to an organization. Lessons and tips assist in identifying risky situations, handling problems along the way, managing sub contractors among other ongoing management tasks. There are very few tools which can be of assistance in the decision-making process regarding these tasks. Managing a lessons database makes this content available to all managers and creates 'anchors' in existing work processes in order for the content to be implemented.

Case Study: Project websites

A Project Website is a tool that enables managing a project's content as well as sharing information and knowledge between the different projects. It simplifies their orderly management and eases the task of their retrieval; it eases sharing similar documents between different projects which share some characteristics, in order to reduce the amount of "reinventing the wheel" and enables use of older content; it includes access to regulatory documents (such as CMM and key procedures) and serves as an area in which documents can be reviewed collectively, virtual discussions can be held (when project members are far apart) and notify members regarding upcoming milestones. Project websites are basic operative tools for more quickly retaining, sharing and developing knowledge in an organization's projects.

Clients

Comverse
Foxcom
Trivent
TIS
NESS
Rando Logic
Kodak
FIS
Kulick&Soffa
Nogacom
NDS
Alvarion
Malam Team
Sandisk
Verint
Ceragon