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kBOS Technology Innovations

Maximising business value

kBOS provides an innovative methodology  for the development of enterprise solutions that  maximise business value and secures fast ROI. The kBOS methodology exploits an innovative conceptual framework supporting adaptation too change through the synergistic utilisation of business engineering methods and models and leading edge open standard software technology.

The kBOS Business Operating System provides the business engine of your specification fuelled by knowledge and driven by the users.

The kBOS methodology is aimed at achieving the following three objectives:

  •  e-synchronisation of an organisation’s internal and external environment
  •  Optimum utilisation of networked resources
  •  Business control

The achievement of the above objectives  ensures maximised ROI both through efficiency improvements and through competitive gains. 


The kBOS  technology encompasses service oriented architecture and a model based software development approach that delivers customer control on the development and extension of kBOS solutions. 

Realising the value of knowledge management
kBOS does not, just, bring together technology tools — workflow, EAI, B2B, Web services, integration adaptors and content management. kBOS provides an overall business organisational and process meta model, that guides enterprise wide knowledge management in a manner that reflects the unique characterisrtics of every enterprise. The colective enterprise  capability can therefore be controled to adress effectivelly competive challenges and to deliver optimum performance. 

kBOS Differentiation

·   We are totally focused on providing software solutions with the highest level of usability and adaptation to change;

·   We have designed and adopted a unique way of using business models to develop information systems and to filter information;

·   We use innovative technologies to constantly extend and expand our technological infrastructure for delivering dynamic solutions;

·   We have invested in creating tools that help us produce customer tailored solutions at minimum cost. 

             IT Change drivers

The  kBOS business models help capture, filter, structure and activate the vast amount of knowledge available in the enterprise for use in its activities.  They are used  to collate and evaluate information rapidly, to suggest contradictions and discrepancies, to explore alternatives and to provide the means of capturing and reusing experience. These techniques provide flexible and efficient knowledge management considered essential for developing and exploiting the organisational knowledge assets.  


Change management is the process of planning, controlling, coordinating, executing and monitoring changes that affect the IT service delivery environment. It includes direct additions, modifications and deletions to systems, networks, applications and databases, processes, organisational structures, and environmental facilities. IT change is most often driven by one of the following factors:

·   New government legislation;

·   Mergence and acquisitions;

·   Business growth;

·   Competitive challenges;

·   Technology change;

·   Taking on a major new contract:

·   Performance improvement;

·   Addition of new function;

·   Problem resolution/prevention;

·   Introduction of innovative production.

Model based development and connectivity

kBOS use a model driven development, integration and information filtering  methodology that delivers unlimited flexibility and extendibility.


A model plays the analogous role in software development that blueprints and other plans, such as site maps, physical models, etc, play in the construction of a building. Using a model, those responsible for a software development project's success can assure themselves that business functionality is complete and correct, end-user needs are met, and program design supports requirements for scalability, robustness, security, extendibility, and other characteristics. 

Using the kBOS platform organisational, information and work flow models are embedded into the software and become the backbone for enterprise integration and  adaptation to the ongoing changes. The result is that knowledge management is totally  integrated in the business operation. The knowledge driven Business Operating system offers inherently maximum  flexibility and extendibility. This flexibility is the key to ensuring maximum business value in every solution at any given time.


Model based connectivity means that users, organisational elements, process activities, applications, electronic devices and internet information can be linked in the business operation with customisable privileges. 


The effects of rigid solutions

For many organizations, the ability to change is at once critical and elusive; they are unable to transform themselves even in the face of dire need.

·   30% of enterprise solution projects are not finished because the solution is overtaken by business changes.

·   20% of potential users utilise the full functionality of new solutions primarily because refinements are considered too expensive;

·   strategic planning is commonly affected and restricted by enterprise solutions;

·   change implementation is often delayed beyond acceptable levels causing significant losses.

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