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Basex: "In the Briefing Room: Contextware"

One of the missing pieces of a puzzle the knowledge worker faces in the course of performing knowledge work is context. Without context, the knowledge worker is looking at isolated bits of information that are, more often than not, of limited value. Contextware is a company that is addressing these pressing issues by providing tools that enable companies to capture the steps and information for a process and present knowledge workers with the relevant and related materials that they need to proceed. More...

Column 2: "Contextware for Process Documentation"

"Contextware can be described as a process documentation tool, although it’s also being used as a process discovery tool, but it’s more than just a static document of your operational procedures..."More...


IDC: "Contextware: Building the Enterprise Workplace"

"IDC believes that we will see a new work environment unfold in the next five to ten years. Existing applications will operate under this task-based environment, feeding content and functions, security and workflow into it. But what will we use to construct these specialized, task-specific work environments? This Flash describes Contextware, an early entrant in the field. Contextware helps business users analyze business processes and create a business process taxonomy that is linked to the people, processes, content and the tools that are necessary to make the process work." More...


Nucleus: "Contextware OS: Working Knowledge Management"

"The Contextware OS enables managers to capture business information in processes in context so others can be successful and consistent in how they use it — increasing productivity across the board while ensuring compliance and audit trails...the Contextware platform bridges the gap between a group process management solution and a personal productivity tool." More...


Outsell: "Contextware Speaks 'Contextual Workspaces'"

"Contextware's approach is interesting in that it avoids the imposition of task sequencing on knowledge workers and instead focuses on trying to make them more productive by assembling the tools and information they need in the context of a task within a workflow. This approach acknowledges that knowledge workers don't always navigate a given process in the same way and need some flexibility to improvise." More...




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