SANTA FE, N.M.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Kyield announced today the availability of its patent-pending semantic enterprise system for license to organizations, consultants, and integrators. The advanced knowledge system is designed to substantially improve innovation and productivity throughout the organization while reducing human-caused crises.
“Based on a solid systems approach to R&D, our revolutionary design will finally enable organizations to realize a higher level potential with their knowledge workforce,” said Mark Montgomery, Founder and CEO of Kyield. “The potential for reducing the total cost of ownership in computing while simultaneously improving human innovation and workplace productivity has never been greater.”
The Kyield system accommodates all common file types, including email, documents, and multi-media presentations. By employing descriptor 'wrappers' with embedded intelligence, the system enables improvements throughout the digital work environment, representing a revolutionary leap over incremental innovation offered by previous generations of enterprise software.
The multidisciplinary team has been working on knowledge systems for well over a decade. Recent adoption of related semantic standards removed the final obstacle for adoption of the revolutionary system, enabling organizations to reach a higher level of human-computing performance.
Among the many byproducts provided by the Kyield design is the ability to align interests between knowledge workers and their employers, the absence of which is often cited as a major causal factor in systemic crises. When combined with red flag warnings from highly rated human experts, and a platform for rich probability algorithms, future crises will be much easier to minimize or avoid.
The holistic design realizes a theorem developed by Kyield called 'yield management of knowledge.' With the embedded intelligence describing details about every file in the system, the Kyield modules provide the breakthrough ability for organizations, work groups, and individuals to regulate both the quantity and quality of information consumption on an as needed basis, greatly reducing information overload.
By reducing information overload and providing incentives that favor quality work over quantity, the result will be systemic improvement in innovation across the organization. Knowledge workers have more time to work on important projects, are able to visualize computing performance metrics, and employers are provided the option of compensating for mission-oriented results.
Kyield has evolved in conjunction with the Semantic Web, and embraces universal standards for data transactions, which contributes to a lower cost of ownership and increased functionality for organizations and partners.
The suite of modules is specifically designed to provide the ability for organizations to adapt to quickly changing conditions at every level of the organization. By employing a holistic design that embraces Semantic technology, continual improvement can be achieved at substantially lower cost levels than previous generations of products.
A paper describing the system, a brief history, team bios, and presentations are available at: www.kyield.com.