Being named to our list of ‘100 Companies That Matter in Knowledge Management’ is a prestigious designation because it represents the best in innovation, creativity and functionality,” said Sandra Haimila, editor, KMWorld.
Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) February 29, 2016
Incentive, a leading provider of a complete social intranet for mid-market organizations and enterprise teams, today announced that KMWorld, the leading information provider serving the knowledge management systems market, has named Incentive to its “100 Companies That Matter in Knowledge Management” list. The 17th annual list recognizes organizations leading the way in the knowledge economy.
“Being named to our list of ‘100 Companies That Matter in Knowledge Management’ is a prestigious designation because it represents the best in innovation, creativity and functionality,” said Sandra Haimila, editor, KMWorld. “The 100 Companies offer solutions designed to help users and customers find what they need whenever and wherever they need it – and what they need is the ability to access, analyze and share crucial knowledge.”
Incentive combines all the features to bring teams together, communicate effortlessly and collaborate seamlessly within a single, secure platform. Incentive is helping to improve collaboration with its recent launch of Incentive 4, which includes new and improved capabilities for document collaboration, real-time communication, task management, events and an enhanced user experience. All new features are also available on the Incentive mobile apps for iOS and Android and desktop apps for Mac, Windows and Chrome.
“It’s an honor to receive this recognition from KMWorld for our social intranet,” says Rickard Hansson, founder and CEO of Incentive. “In today’s business, chat alone is no longer enough and instead, many businesses are using multiple platforms. With Incentive, everything is accessible in one central location and deeply integrated. Having to switch between multiple services and apps is a common problem in today’s businesses, causing loss of productivity and time and this is what Incentive solves for the users. Our goal is to make it easy and quick for businesses of all kinds to access the information and knowledge they need.”
KMWorld also recognized Incentive as a Trend-setting Product of 2015. The full list of 100 Companies That Matter in Knowledge Management will be published in the March 2016 edition of KMWorld Magazine.
For more information about Incentive, visit http://www.incentive-inc.com.
Incentive is a leading provider of a complete social intranet for mid-market organizations and enterprise teams that want to achieve improved profitability, increased efficiency and accelerated business results. With an easy-to-use interface, Incentive’s platform enables businesses to capture, collaborate and secure knowledge all in one place by tapping the power of their employees – the collective brain trust – to be better, stronger and faster than their competitors. Incentive enables users to take advantage of existing workflow apps, storage systems, and document management tools such as SharePoint in one central location, with single sign on and intelligent search. Its features include wikis, blogs, micro blogging, document collaboration, file sharing, instant messaging, video conversations, social behavior UX and API-based platform for app development. Founded in 2008, Incentive has helped thousands of customers worldwide accelerate positive business outcomes through improved collaboration and communication. The company has headquarters in Los Angeles and Malmo, Sweden. For more information visit http://www.incentive-inc.com and follow on Twitter @IncentiveInc.
KMWorld (http://www.kmworld.com) is the leading information provider serving the Knowledge Management systems market and covers the latest in Content, Document and Knowledge Management, informing more than 30,000 subscribers about the components and processes - and subsequent success stories - that together offer solutions for improving business performance.
KMWorld is a publishing unit of Information Today, Inc. (http://www.infotoday.com)