EXCLUSIVE WEB EVENT: Measuring the value of knowledge-based product decisions
Innovation and efficiency top every manufacturer’s agenda. Critical to an organization’s ability to more rapidly deliver better and more profitable products is the ability to give engineers and technical professionals access to the knowledge they need in order to make informed product decisions.
This is no small challenge given the growing complexity of products, the overwhelming volume of information required to make the right decisions, and the failure of traditional tools to make relevant knowledge available to product development teams.
New approaches, such as world-class semantic search and question-answering technologies, enable product companies to better search, share and apply knowledge inside and outside the organization and the value of these approaches in enabling engineers and R&D to make faster, smarter product decisions.
Please join Jim Brown of Tech-Clarity and Ken Klapproth, Director of Product Management for IHS Product Design on Thursday, December 13 at 11:00AM ET (Show in my Time Zone) for a complimentary webcast: Measuring the Value of Knowledge-Based Product Decisions.
In this round table discussion, Jim will share insights from his new white paper, The Business Value of Knowledge-Enabled Decision-Making: Improving R&D, Product Development, and Engineering Decisions, and both Jim and Ken will delve into how companies are leveraging semantic search and precise access to internal and external knowledge and expertise to achieve significant productivity improvements and advances in innovation.
Register today to attend the webcast and to also receive a complimentary copy of the Tech-Clarity white paper following the webcast event.