3 Top Knowledge Management Software as a Service

Knowledge management software is becoming very important in today’s business world. With the rise of the internet as a prominent new aspect of society and lifestyle, it’s no surprise that the massive amount of data available and consumed would become impossible to manage after enough time.

This is why knowledge management software is so important now, and why it is changing the world we live in right now. Such things as Google and Wikipedia are examples of information sharing and retrieval revolutionized. It’s only going to become more prevalent.

So, I am going to talk about three of the recommended solutions for this need, and they will appeal to a few different demographics, so one of these is sure to be right for you.

If not, however, there’s an endless variety of alternatives to try, so if these don’t jazz with you, I will be talking about more, and of course the net is full of databases listing different software solutions as well.

#1 – Wiki Knowledge Management

Built by some clever Israeli developers, this is a fresh take on an all too familiar edifice reapplied to a new paradigm. The Wiki information database system, which has changed how encyclopedias the world around work, has been harnessed in a standardized, and easy to migrate to knowledge management suite for businesses.

This works brilliantly for all scales of business and business types, but large businesses will probably go with something a little more formal. Nonetheless, this is a crackerjack solution for small or medium businesses that is familiar, comfortable and easy to use, at a very affordable price.

This is a grassroots solution I am surprised wasn’t invented sooner.

#2 – semKnowledge

This is for the forward thinking medium or large business, wishing to reach out to the mobile business world and the location-independent lifestyle of the cloud generation.

This program focuses around cooperative work and shared information management, allowing simultaneous exchange, lookup and grouping, to enable a new generation of devices and work environments to be opened up to the world.

This is for the adventurous futurist who sees the great places this will take us soon.

#3 – SmartSupport

SmartSupport is a multi-source information interlinking system. This means that it takes information from a variety of sources both internally and externally, and creates one large lookup for singular, consolidated searches.

This is incredibly useful for technology-centered companies as well as multinational companies that must deal with various cultures and regulations making multi-faced information lookup like this highly useful and a godsend indeed.

There is a whole mess of knowledge management software out there, and you can’t toss a pebble without hitting one, so you have your choices. These are three I personally recommend, but maybe your situation is one I didn’t account for. So, know that your ideal solution is out there, you just have to look.

This will continue to be an ongoing source of innovation in SaaS and business software, so expect to see me talk about great new breakthroughs and ideas in this topic in the future, because I have a lot of faith vested in the greatness it will bring to our daily lives. There is no longer an excuse for being lost or not knowing something.

Omri Erel
Omri is the Head of Demand Generation, as well as the Lead Author & Editor of the SaaSAddict Blog. Omri established the SaaSAddict blog to create a source for news and discussion about some of the issues, challenges, news, and ideas relating to SaaS and cloud migration.
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