Knowledge Management World Connect 2020
November 16-19, 2020
We joined more than 1,000 of our peers and the leading experts and practitioners in knowledge and information management this November for the annual Knowledge Management World conference. The 2020 edition was a week-long virtual event taking place on an entirely digital platform.
Knowledge Management World looks at the impact of innovative technologies, techniques and tools on knowledge management. The theme of the 2020 conference was Knowledge Flows: Transformation, Technology & Tools.
Today’s organizations are challenged with disruption from many forces, navigating complexity and dealing with overwhelming amounts of data. We are looking forward to showcasing our creative digital solution to solve these challenges, alongside other leading industry experts.
Semedy’s virtual booth featured our unique Knowledge Management System (KMS) and its wide range of capabilities. We touched upon knowledge sharing with examples from healthcare and nutrition spaces. Our demo topics gave visitors an inside look on the capabilities of the software in the below use cases.
"By improving knowledge flows and sharing among enterprise communities to speed decisions making, innovation and success, we can approach the future more positively."
- KM World, 2019
Taxonomies and Ontologies
Meet our experts
Our team members are always happy to engage with any questions about knowledge sharing, knowledge flows and our digital solution. Here's who attended Knowledge Management World 2020.
Karen is a Registered Nurse with over 20 years of clinical experience. She received her Master of Science in Nursing degree with a speciality in health informatics from Duke University. Prior to joining Semedy as a Senior Biomedical Informaticist, she was a Clinical Informatician at Partners Healthcare in Boston.
Head of Software Development
Dirk was formerly Technical Product Manager for several Semantic Web applications at Ontoprise GmbH before joining Semedy. He has over 20 years of experience in software engineering, semantic technologies and development of software applications.
Dominik received his MD from the University of Bern, and his PhD in Medical Informatics from the University of Utah. He was a faculty member at Vanderbilt University and has over 25 years of experience with clinical information systems, clinical decision support and knowledge management.
Who should attend
Chief information officers (CIOs) and Chief Knowledge Officers (CKO)
Information & Knowledge Architects
Scientists, Engineers, & Researchers
Competitive Intelligence Professionals
And professionals who plan, manage of deploy systems and business practices for:
Sales Force Automation
Marketing & Sales
Customer Relationship Management
Anyone who wants to run an innovative enterprise!