Marketplace for Enterprise IT Knowledge
There are a multitude of sources of information to guide enterprise IT planning. To sort through all this, IT execs typically rely on outside consultants. This process is expensive, time consuming, and yields low decision confidence
Marketplace for Knowledge Exchange
Lower Cost/Higher Confidence IT Decisions
The first component of our approach allows IT knowledge and best practices to be "packaged" and shared.
Our Knowledge Package Protocol is a structured framework to capture and convey best practices and translate into action plans leveraging AI, machine learning, and operations research.
IT Knowledge, packaged within our Knowledge Package, can now be traded within our LiquidIT Knowledge Marketplace
Less Expensive (opportunity and direct costs)
Decisions Based on Data & Best Practices
Enterprise Knowledge Shared Internally and Monetized Externally
Across the board, IT Strategy has been begging for this type of innovation.
Fred Argir, Chief Digital Officer, Barnes & Noble
Reaching potential customers with timely, relevant information that is both useful to them and that markets our technology products and IT services is a challenge. We currently utilize a sales team that constantly cold calls existing customers and prospects, combined with generally ineffective internet marketing. The IT Knowledge Marketplace is a revolutionary approach that would allow our enterprise customers and prospects to easily find valuable knowledge from us when they need it, eliminating the challenges and cost in our current approach.
S. Durgaprasad (D.P.), Co-Founder & CEO, Bahwan CyberTek