Knowledge as a Service

Knowledge is the most important asset of an organization. But what is Knowledge?

“Knowledge” is quite distinct from “data” and “information,” although the three terms are sometimes used interchangeably:

  • Data comprise facts, observations, or perceptions (which may or may not be correct)
  • Information typically involves the manipulation of raw data to obtain a more meaningful indication of trends or patterns in the data
  • Knowledge refers to information that enables action and decisions or information with direction
Data, information and knowledge
Data, information and knowledge. Source: Knowledge Management: Systems and Processes, IrmaBecerra-Fernandez and Rajiv Sabherval

Knowledge as a Service (KaaS)

With Knowledge as a Service (KaaS) we give you the opportunity to gather external knowledge and bring it to your company. We also help you to organize your knowledge and to implement a proper Knowledge Management System.

Thanks to our international network of professionals in different fields, we are able to provide you the knowledge you need, in different formats:


We train groups on specific topics. Face to face, webinar, elearning… choose the format you prefer


Do you need to get knowledge in a quick, effective and personalized way? Coaching is ideal for 1-to-1 sessions 


Do you need specific documentation? We build reports based on your specific needs


Do you need supporting materials for your courses or customers? You don’t have to worry, we make it for you! We provide you with high-content material  

What knowledge do we provide?

Thanks to an extensive certified professional network, we can provide knowledge in different subjects:

Check out our elearning platform!

Want to get more skills? SkillS4i is our elearnng platform

Knowledge Management System (KMS)

Knowledge Management can be defined as performing the activities involved in discovering,
capturing, sharing, and applying knowledge so as to enhance, in a cost-effective fashion,
the impact of knowledge on the unit’s goal achievement.

Every company should have a Knowledge Management System implemented in order to help the organization to exploit the internal knowledge in the best possible way. This may imply the implementation of new procedures, methodologies and the utilization of different tools, mainly digital. Some example are:

  • Standard Operating Procedures
  • Learning Management Systems
  • Company Wiki software
  • Lesson Learned
  • Training plans 
  • Skill Matrix
  • Feedback Procedures
  • and more!
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