Knowledge Management

  • Range of Offerings depending on your needs
  • Both Tools and Teams - because both are complementary services

Knowledge Management is the organisational practice of going beyond data and information management to managing the total knowledge whether in hard format, or people's expertise, held inside or outside your organisation, and fostering the sharing of correct knowledge in all forms.


Knowledge Forum Server

Knowledge Forum Server Record, Trace, Manage, Share, and Search knowledge, either internally or sharing with your clients and suppliers.


Some clients will choose to start with our Knowledge Forum Server tool to organise their knowledge and foster and control its use. This is a fully integrated product running on a hosted basis or an internal server in your organisation.


Chameleon Project

Chameleon Project Finally, the Chameleon project is our active project to bring Articial Intelligence power to the cataloguing and searching of all our products, starting mid 2010. This will greatly improve your efficiency, and produce better results in all areas of your Knowledge Management


PROJECTS CASE STUDIES

Award Winning Service

Insurance Industry Awards Fry Systems client, the LMI Group, wins the 2010 ANZIIF Innovator of the Year award, for their Knowledge products in Insurance in Australasia Case Study


actKM Forum Winner of the ACTKM10 GOLD Award for Knowledge Management Case Study


Quotes

'In partnership with Fry Systems, we have developed a learning system of innovative toolsets to capture, analyse and record actions, forming a central backbone to our knowledge management systems.'

Mark Thomason, Manager Operational Improvement, CFS


'I have had a good look at LMI RiskCoach and am very impressed with the comprehensiveness and quality of the information contained within…you are to be congratulated on putting together a very useful tool.'

Mr Chris Laming, lecturer on insurance and risk management at Deakin University


'the most powerful, innovative and comprehensive set of research tools available anywhere in the world.'

Nick Balcolme, partner with London based Harris Balcombe LLP