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January 2006 [Volume 15, Issue 1]

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Features

Fall is one of the most popular times to announce new automobiles. It's also vendor announcement season in the information technology (IT) business. Posted January 01, 2006

Traditional BI solutions have focused primarily on delivering information to decision makers whether at the executive or staff levels. Although there has been much progress in the speed, accuracy and presentation methods of delivering information to users, there has been little progress in extending true decision support functionality to the broader organizations. Posted January 01, 2006

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Business process management (BPM) is proving to be a versatile and valuable solution for companies across many sectors. Its use can grow incrementally, and eventually interconnect multiple functional areas. Posted January 01, 2006

Transparent access and manipulation of content in heterogeneous CM systems--it’s a bit of a pipe dream now, but hold on to your hats Posted January 01, 2006

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Industry Watch

Autonomy to acquire Verity Posted January 01, 2006

Captiva enhances InputAccel Posted January 01, 2006

Translations.com and Percussion partner Posted January 01, 2006

SiteScape introduces Forum ZX Posted January 01, 2006

Cozy up for content management Posted November 14, 2005

PaperThin enhances CommonSpot Posted October 26, 2005

News Analysis

Recent figures from INPUT (www.input.com), a market research firm specializing in analysis of government business, indicate that federal spending on knowledge management (KM) will reach $1.3 billion per year within the next five years. Posted January 01, 2006

In 2001, we launched the KMWorld Awards as a way to bring greater visibility to the broad arena of knowledge management, and in the ensuing five years we've seen ever-increasing accomplishments both in technology and implementations Posted January 01, 2006

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KM In Practice

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