empolis selected one of "KMWorld’s 100 Companies that Matter In Knowledge Management"
KMWorld’s annual list of companies “committed to improvement” and “listening to their customers” will be presented in the March issue of KMWorld Magazine. KMWorld is the leading US knowledge management publication that annually compiles its list based on discussions with knowledge management practitioners, theorists, analysts, vendors and their customers and colleagues. The companies nominated for this list are considered innovators and trend-setters in knowledge management.
empolis solutions support the complete process from creation to use of information and supplies users with relevant knowledge to drive business optimization. Through its semantic based business applications, empolis leverages organizations to drive business processes and improve customer relationships. Hence, the motto “The right information, to the right person, at the right time”.
“We would like to congratulate empolis for its selection to ‘KMWorld’s 100 Companies that Matter In Knowledge Management’. Each of these companies contributes to the advancement of knowledge management with innovative developments, redefinition and a determination to improve the market. Furthermore, they drive new technologies at a high speed. empolis impresses with extensive know-how of semantic technologies and knowledge of complex business processes. This is essential for customized solutions that enable companies to drastically improve their business processes”, explains Hugh McKellar, KMWorld Editor in Chief.
“Being appointed to ‘KMWorld’s 100 Companies that Matter In Knowledge Management’ confirms that we are among the leaders in the field of semantic technologies. We will further develop and strengthen this competence in the coming months. Additional technologies will gradually be integrated and this will open up completely new opportunities for us”, said Dr. Stefan Wess, empolis CEO.
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