Collaborative Knowledge Management (cKM)

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Company / Author[edit]

AHG, Incorporated

Screenshots[edit]

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What they say[edit]

“Collaborative Knowledge Management (or CKM) is a tool that helps you create company’s knowledge base in a collaborative environment, engage employees and help them visualize complex processes or procedures by using interactive graphical interface. The system works as a graphical wiki-style knowledge base, where information is linked to flowcharts and diagrams illustrating business processes, procedures or structures. The flowcharts can be created and reviewed by a geographically dispersed team in a synchronous collaborative environment of Second Life, and / or individually on the web – web and Second Life interface are completely compatible – team members can migrate from one to another for creating, updating and reviewing information.

cKM utilizes drill-down approach: each container in the flowchart along with the text information, web links and landmarks (in Second Life) can contain other flowcharts.”

Observations[edit]

Alternative pricing: $1,500.00 one time fee if the web area / database is hosted on your network.

Their website[edit]

http://www.ahg.com/Second_Life/knowledge_management/

Operating System(s)[edit]

Browser based


Price: $395.00 setup, $100 per month  |  Status: Current  |  Date added: 2010-04-02

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