An article by Jenny Zaino at SemanticWeb.com about Kyield:


An article by Jenny Zaino at SemanticWeb.com about Kyield:

“Is your enterprise getting smarter? Shouldn’t it be?”….

“The side effects of a holistic semantic system in the enterprise is that you get a whole bunch of other things,” Montgomery says, from really great metrics thanks to having all this data you wouldn’t have otherwise to more accurate probability forecasting to better red flagging….

“We’re certain to see much smarter organizations in the next few years,” he (Mark) predicts. “It will be a requirement to function and to be competitive.”

http://www.semanticweb.com/news/could_semantic_technology_help_get_your_next_raise_139143.asp#top

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About Mark Montgomery
I am a technologist, serial entrepreneur, business consultant, recovered VC, and inventor with interests that are both broad and deep across multiple disciplines, including organizational management, computing, communications, economics, sociology, science and nature, among others. For the past several years I have been founder and CEO of Kyield, which offers a distributed operating system for achieving optimal yield of executable knowledge across large data networks. The patented AI system core acts to unify networks with adaptive data tailored to each entity with continuous predictive analytics designed to significantly reduce ongoing costs while accelerating productivity, and generally make life more satisfying and productive for knowledge workers and their organizations. We provide popular free white papers, use case scenarios, and other information at http://www.kyield.com .

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