Tuesday, June 1, 2010

Why is "knowledge aggregation" so important?

It has been almost 6 years since I created my first company - M2MSys.  M2MSys' mission is to bring to organizations the ability to adapt automatically to change.  A combination of sensors, feedback loops, decision engines and business processes.

As you so well know, "revolutionary concepts" hate recessions. As soon as the market hits the skids, customers returned to basics. The 2008 recession has stolen the ability to dream from our customers.

Why is "knowledge aggregation" so important?

M2MSys ideas are still as fresh today as they were in 2002.

"Knowledge aggregation" is what you do to preserve all your ideas so they are not lost, and you can continue where you left off.

Are you aggregating your knowledge?

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