2001 Provides the Tools for Enabling Knowledge Management within an
July 6, 2001,
Medford, NJ —
Today, Inc. (ITI) is pleased to announce that the program for the KMWorld
2001 conference and exposition is now available.
As the global conference
and exposition on enterprise knowledge management (KM) and business intelligence,
KMWorld 2001 not only provides examples, models, and strategies
for enabling KM within an organization, but also focuses on the equally
important human and technology sides of KM by supplying case studies of
The three-day program
(October 30 – November 1, Santa Clara Convention Center, Santa Clara, CA)
offers five simultaneous tracks daily and brings together more than 120
speakers in over 70 in-depth sessions. KMWorld 2001 will also offer
a number of half-day workshops on Monday, October 29. The complete conference
program as well as registration information is available online at www.infotoday.com/kmw01/.
This year’s event
is powered by four keynote speakers, all leaders in the knowledge management
community: Carla O’Dell, president, American Productivity and Quality Center;
David Snowden, director, Institute for Knowledge Management, IBM; Verna
Allee, president and founder, Integral Performance Group; and Andy Michuda,
CEO, Sopheon. Topics include Successfully Implementing KM; Innovation,
KM, and Corporate Success; Knowledge, Value, and Networks; and the Late,
Great, Future of Knowledge Management.
KMWorld 2001 Exposition
The KMWorld Exposition
will include the top companies in the KM marketplace, giving visitors an
opportunity to explore the latest KM tools, products, solutions, and services.
A new feature this year is a presentation theatre that will house free
workshops during exhibit hours. A Grand Opening reception, sponsored by
Northern Light Technology, Inc., kicks off the Expo on Tuesday, October
30 from 5:00 p.m. – 7:00 p.m. All conference attendees and Expo visitors
are invited to attendee. Free Expo passes are available at www.infotoday.com/kmw01/registration.htm.
is proud to present the first KMWorld Awards to be presented at KMWorld
2001. The awards are designed to celebrate the success stories of knowledge
management and carry a cash prize of $1,000 each. The KM Reality Award
recognizes an organization in which knowledge management is a positive
reality, while the KM Promise Award recognizes an organization that delivers
on its promise of providing its customers with innovative technology solutions
for implementing and integrating KM practices into their business processes.
For complete information on the KMWorld Awards, including how to submit
nominations, please visit www.infotoday.com/kmw01/kmawards.htm.
ITI is pleased
to have the following companies as corporate sponsors of the KMWorld 2001
conference and exposition: KM Software, Ariel Performance Center Systems,
A-Knowledge, Sopheon, Orbital Software, VisionCompass, and Digital Owl.
Media sponsors of this year’s event include Business Solutions, KMWorld,
and Information Today.
For more information
on KMWorld 2001, please contact ITI at 800-300-9868 (outside the
U.S. call 609-654-6266), e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org,
or visit us on the Web at www.infotoday.com.