With tighter budgets, fewer resources and a retiring boomer workforce, we are the perfect offering for Government departments and agencies.
Ottawa, ON (PRWEB) October 08, 2013
GTEC 2013 is happening October 7-10 at the Ottawa Convention Centre, and FuseExpertise will be showcased at the Invest Ottawa Acceleration Theatre.
Subject-matter independent, FuseExpertise, an EaaS™ (Expertise as a Service™) platform, offers three subscription plans, on a monthly or annual basis, allowing maximum flexibility coupled with affordability, with the added benefit of customizing those plans to the number of users.
An abundance of studies indicate that billions of dollars are lost from the Canadian economy due to poor productivity. Employee turnover costs associated with a lack of expertise transfer can be between 25% to 75% of payroll, meaning that it can take three to nine months for a knowledge worker to be as proficient as the worker that was replaced.
“With tighter budgets, fewer resources and a retiring boomer workforce, we are the perfect offering for Government departments and agencies,” says Greg Waite, President of FuseTalk/FuseExpertise. “We get results right out of the gate by pushing out software productivity tips from general issues through to Windows 7, Windows 8.1, email/Outlook and other software products. You can’t know what you don’t know, and knowledge workers are completely unaware of important time saving opportunities,” added Waite.
FuseExpertise Standard plan builds on the free/basic plan and allows users to insert their own expertise, and include checklists (guides, instruction, processes and procedures). The Plus plan allows expertise to be defined around objects such as people, computers, buildings, etc. for expertise which is repeatable. Plus, users can data partner with a number of sources, from pop email to databases. Community members can also make use of advanced solution plugins (score cards, assessment, budgets, tasks, content management, references) and create unlimited communities. The Premier plan allows organizations to create unlimited clusters of communities for truly scalable capture and deliverability of expertise to internal, external and shared communities of interest.
“When you think about it, we all use a small percentage of features from a given software product and we use it in very specific ways to get our jobs done. Where do we capture and share that expertise so that we can use it to verify that a process is complete and also have it available as a guide for other employees? Our patented software does just that and a lot more,” added Waite.
FuseExpertise is a division of FuseTalk Inc. a leading provider of discussion forums, blogging tools, wikis and collaboration solutions. FuseExpertise leverages many of the capabilities of FuseTalk and provides powerful, patent and patent pending traits that make FuseExpertise ‘business essential’ Collaborative Business Improvement Software™. Coupled with subject matter expert content, FuseExpertise can greatly leverage employees, managers, consultants, authors and publishers - anyone and any organization that has or needs expertise.
Now in its 21st year, GTEC (Government Technology Exhibition and Conference) is a unique platform that attracts both the government and private sector communities for learning and professional development. GTEC is Canada’s largest government technology event, attracting over 7,000 participants, renowned speakers, and exhibitors from across Canada on an annual basis. The event features a Gala Award Ceremony celebrating IM/T public sector accomplishments at municipal, provincial, and federal levels, a four day Conference, and a multi-day Exhibition. For more information, visit http://www.gtec.ca.