KMWorld Magazine’s judging panel has chosen its “KM Promise and Reality” award winners from among the many nominations they received.
KM World brought this news to us in their article, “KMWorld 2012 Promise and Reality award winners and finalists.” Cambridge Semantics was the winner of the KMWorld Promise Award. Cambridge is the developer of the Anzo software open platform that leverages semantic web technologies to design and deploy information-driven applications.
The promise award is given to the organization that is providing innovative technology solutions for implementing and integrating knowledge management practices into their business processes.
The KMWorld Reality Award was given to a nonprofit consulting firm, FSG. They partner with corporations, foundations, and fellow nonprofits all over the world to solve social problems. This award recognizes an organization for demonstrating leadership in the implementation of knowledge management practices.
Congratulations to both the winners.
Melody K. Smith
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