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The Knowledge Networking Solution Architecture

Knowledge Networking Solutions facilitate the deployment of knowledge within an organisation with an emphasis on support for organisational responsiveness.  This is done by integrating KM in management and operational processes and their support IT systems. Knowledge Networking solutions can therefore be described as unified process and knowledge management solutions with in-built performance management facilities supporting organisational responsiveness and performance control.

The following diagram attempts to consolidate elements of the Applied Knowledge Engineering methodology (models), the kBOS platform (components and tools) and their interaction with a KNS application to depict a high-level view of the kBOS Knowledge Networking Solution.

The new component in each Knowledge Networking Solution is the Base Application which reflects the unique characteristics of each company and the prevailing priorities. The base application can be a Business Intelligence application, a Customer Relation Management application or a work flow system supporting processes not included in the company’s ERP system. The important point is that the Base Application is connected to other existing applications and is supported by the platform tools that ensure flexibility and extendibility.

 

The architecture reflects a Business Network consisting of Co-ordination and Participant nodes. To balance the workload on all participants in an optimum way, all data and application adaptation services are located on the participant nodes. The co-ordinating node is mostly used as a central repository of common data and information, as well as a look-up service. The communication at the application level is achieved through standard Web Services, and at higher level through web portals that provide information in the context of the business network, (including active process information and state, feedback etc) to the end users.

 




   
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