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Knowledge Management, Enterprise Collaboration and Wiki

By now everybody knows that wiki and social media foster collaboration. The sad truth is that these tools also lack framework and structure needed in the corporate world. They also lack motivation to stay the course and not to turn work and learning-related communication channel into a virtual water cooler spot. At the same time, traditional knowledge management system is great for organizing, preserving and distributing knowledge, but lacks incentives to contribute and collaborate.

Can we have the best of both worlds? Yes! Why not?

I want to invite you to take advantage of a free trial/live demo offer of the knowledge management software. PHPKB is such a knowledge management software that combines benefits of an Enterprise Wiki and KMS (Knowledge Management Software).
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