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Definition of Knowledge Management – what is Knowledge Management

Knowledge management means collecting, evaluating, organizing, and using information and knowledge in one’s own production. The term covers all strategic and operational activities as well as management tasks aimed at the best possible handling of knowledge about a company’s own production.

What is Knowledge Management for?

Digital knowledge management is indispensable for modern companies: The systematic handling of knowledge is often decisive for success in competition. With the help of efficient knowledge management, processes in industry can be mapped, controlled, planned, and optimized. In addition, knowledge management makes a significant contribution to ensuring internal production quality standards and good work performance in day-to-day production.

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Potential & Benefits of
Knowledge Management in the Company

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The consolidation and evaluation of valuable information from a company’s own production and the expertise of its staff and specialists is worth more to a modern company than pure capital, money, or assets.

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Through knowledge management and the individual evaluation of available data, a company can analyze and optimize business processes as well as sustainably improve its own market opportunities.

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The question is: How exactly does one make use of one’s own flood of data? In addition to a suitable data strategy and an elaborate data architecture, this usually requires a broad spectrum of knowledge, the basis of which can be provided by experienced employees and experts from the respective specialist areas.

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Combined in a strategy, digital technologies and the right knowledge management software offer enormous potential for Industry 4.0.

Knowledge Management with qbilon GmbH

qbilon GmbH offers a SaaS (Software-as-a-Service) platform for the automatic capture and optimization of hybrid IT landscapes. This platform brings together information originating, for example, from cloud platforms, virtualization software, DevOps tools or integration solutions such as Orchestra into a comprehensive IT map. In short: Qbilon offers a platform on which data is bundled and evaluated.

IT decision-makers gain valuable insights into their IT assets and their dependencies through such knowledge management software. In this way, the Smart Factory can greatly reduce IT costs incurred, quickly identify reasons for failures and significantly relieve IT staff through automatic documentation.

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What is to be achieved with Knowledge Management? Benefits of Knowledge-Managements

In cooperation with soffico GmbH and their industrial software, qbilon can realize the processing of dependencies on different abstraction levels. The resulting cross-scenario processing of data enables the calculation of indirect dependencies across events.

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Information and data flows can be represented explicitly

In addition, information provided by Orchestra Middleware can be supplemented with external data on the IT infrastructure, various applications and responsibilities, as well as products or services. The benefits of digital knowledge management with Orchestra summarized:

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Highlighting indirect dependencies across Orchestra services and signals

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Linking Orchestra data with information about the IT infrastructure and application landscape

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Identification of complex and hidden dependencies in the system

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Ability to detect critical system parts (“single points of failure”) and perform failure analyses

With Orchestra you build
your own Industrial Suite.

Fully modular and customizable to your IIoT use case.

  • Low-code approach thanks to graphical user interface
  • Highly scalable through integration of various protocols and formats
  • Transparent monitoring of your data flows

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