Intelligent Metadata Enabled Solutions for
Knowledge Management within the Public Sector

Transforming information and operational silos into shared repositories of knowledge.

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Knowledge Management

The rate at which technology advancements are made means that government organizations that lack the agility to embrace the advances at an equal rate are being left behind. The explosion of unstructured content will continue unabated, presenting new challenges to government, which is attempting to analyze, assimilate, and use the information. For most, knowledge management is unachievable due to technology constraints. The accumulation of vital and valuable content assets can’t be used and re-purposed because they can’t be found, having a profound impact on decision making, and the mission.

  • The Concept Searching Difference


    Organize content based on meaning


    Easily managed tools to develop taxonomies on-the-fly


    Retrieve content based on expertise, historical and current information

  • One of the goals of a net-centric environment is to share information. Without relevant information, knowledgeable, global decisions are unlikely. Concept Searching eliminates end user tagging and automatically generates compound term metadata, or concepts. Content is transformed into a knowledge asset as data can now be trusted, reliable, and correct. Using this approach, knowledge workers can locate pertinent information from his or her own individual viewpoint without knowing the exact search terms to use.

  • Concept Searching


    Do you feel you have all the necessary information to make an informed decision?


    Does information exist, but isn’t available which could jeopardize the goal or mission?


    Is there information that should be shared inter or intra agency that would assist in the decision making process, but can’t be found?


    With retiring baby-boomers, do you feel there will be a loss of expertise and experience that can no longer be shared?


    Would elimination of end user tagging assist in generating high quality metadata that enables content assets to be found and used?

    Key Benefits

    Key Benefits

    Concept Searching’s technologies and framework analyze and extract highly correlated concepts from very large document collections. This enables organizations to attain an ecosystem of semantics that delivers understandable results. The valuable insight gained can be used to achieve mission objectives, improves the speed and accuracy of decision making, provides a global view of a subject, and identifies the internal knowledge capital and expertise that exists but cannot be found.

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    • Eliminates end user tagging ensuring content is processed consistently and accurately inheriting security, confidentiality and distribution access controls
    • Designed to be used by the Subject Matter Expert, not IT, highly intuitive the technologies are rapidly deployed, easily maintained, and reduce costs
    • Combines and transforms content into understandable meaning improving knowledge sharing and decision making
    • Adaptive architecture that provides the multi-disciplinary framework encompassing the entire portfolio of information assets
    • Transforms relevant information into actionable knowledge using the organization’s explicit and implicit knowledge facilitating more effective communication and decision-making
    • Cross agency or functional operating units are able to push relevant information to interested persons, reduce process timeline, utilizes untapped resources, and enhances outcome quality
    • Avails contemporary and relevant information assisting and expediting task performance and decision making through issue-specific knowledge
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