Inmagic® Presto is a social knowledge management platform designed to improve productivity and effectiveness within information-dependent communities by leveraging their information and human assets.
Inmagic® Presto represents a fundamentally new approach to information and knowledge management by tightly integrating, into a single environment, a knowledge repository, information search, access and discovery tools and the “wisdom of the community.” Presto’s unique approach yields an ideal application platform for integrating “topdown” vetted information with “bottom-up” social knowledge to address an organization’s most critical initiatives that span functional groups.
Presto addresses initiatives such as:
- Socializing and expanding libraries and collections
- Competitive intelligence
- Consumer insights
- New product development and innovations
- Environmental monitoring
- Public and medical affairs management
- Influence marketing
- Intellectual property management and knowledge preservation
New Generation Knowledge ManagementRecent advances in social media technologies have spawned new perspectives and approaches to information and special library management and a new generation of knowledge management. The foundation of this new generation knowledge management is the social knowledge network that combines important internal content with timely external data in a shared framework where communities can be created and the impact of the information enhanced. In this environment, organizations can achieve their information objective — making richer, more vibrant, responsive and high impact knowledge communities.
Platform for Enabling Social Knowledge Networks
With Inmagic Presto, our social knowledge management platform, information-dependent communities improve their productivity and effectiveness. Presto delivers this fundamentally new approach to information and knowledge management by tightly integrating, into a single environment, a knowledge repository, advanced information access and discovery tools, and the “wisdom of the community.”
Inmagic Presto enables the creation of social knowledge networks through a unique integration of content management, information management, and social management capabilities. Presto allows you to harness the power of the connected universe using new generation knowledge management. Presto’s unique approach yields an ideal application platform for integrating “top down” vetted information with “bottom-up” social knowledge to address an organization’s most critical initiatives that span functional groups.
The Industry's First True Social Library
The knowledge publishing and discovery capabilities of Inmagic Presto have been combined with rich library management capabilities to create Inmagic® Presto Social Library. Based on the advanced library asset management and workflow capabilities of Inmagic’s Genie technology and a social knowledge network platform, the Inmagic Presto Social Library enables organizations to fully leverage their knowledge assets, making them available for easy access, discovery and “socialization.” This seamless integration is the industry’s first true social library and creates a framework to expand the reach and content of your library.
Inmagic® Presto is available on a subscription license basis which means you are only buying what you need and your total cost of ownership is lower. In addition, Inmagic offers hosted SaaS delivery for customers whose knowledge management solution requires outsourcing. Our managed hosting services provide the stable yet flexible foundation needed for growing your social knowledge network.
White Paper: New Generation Knowledge Management: Social Knowledge Networks (Registration Required)
Webinar / October 7 2008 / 11:00 am PDT; 2:00 pm EDT (Pre-Registration Required)
Archive of Webinar NOW Available (10-7-08) for 90 Days (01-09) [64 Minutes]
Primary Discussion Document: Collaboration and Social Media - 2008
by Geoffrey Bock & Steve Paxhia
June 2008 / 132 pages
Collaboration and Social Media 2008 shows how social media, based on "Web 2.0" technologies, is approaching the tipping-point. First generation tools now in widespread use, such as text-oriented email, web sites, and shared workspaces, are soon to be supplemented by social media applications that incorporate blogs, wikis, social bookmarking, rich media, and other innovative technologies. The Gilbane research report predicts the transition from horizontal applications to vertical solutions, and offers a number of strategies to help companies with the transition.
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