• KnowledgeTrack™

    Translate information into knowledge!

  • KnowledgeTrack™

    Translate information into knowledge!

The added value of KnowledgeTrack™

Improve your knowledge position with Swiss technology

and translate your information into high-quality knowledge and decision-making.

Achieving your goal is better with the right tools

80 % DECIDE FASTER
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Stay ahead of the competition and reduce your time-to-market

Decide faster, thanks to the very latest technology, you can decide in the blink of an eye what the best answer is to your organizational issues. Knowledgetrack is an easy way to make decisions faster, achieve your goals and stay ahead of the competition.

85 % MANAGE MORE EFFECTIVE
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Decision making and management with Swiss accuracy

Effective control with Swiss precision for high-quality decision making. No more doubts about your information needs and knowledge position. Because Knowledgetrack lets you know the best answer to your organizational issues.

95 % PERFORM BETTER
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Use KnowledgeTrack for better performance

KnowledgeTrack shows you the right way to success

KnowledgeTrack  is a document analysis tooling that converts unstructured text data into high-quality information and translates this into actionable knowledge that will enable the entire organization to speak the same language.

KnowledgeTrack ™ is used to find coherence of implicit policy goals from strategic documents and make them explicit. The explicitly stated policy objectives can then be tested for cross-connections with objectives from operational documentation such as team plans, process descriptions, reports, etc.

In this way, the information obtained can be translated into knowledge for effective decision-making and management to achieve your goals.

How KnowledgeTrack ™ works

Is it difficult to find the right way in your amount of information?

KnowledgeTrack gives you valuable insights

and navigates you through the best route to the optimal knowledge position.

STEP 1

Determining the desired knowledge position

STEP 2

Designing the knowledge map

STEP 3

Determining the desired knowledge route

What is your knowledge position?

Do you and your organization speak the same language on a strategic and operational level, so  you can successfully translate your vision into implementation and thus achieve policy goals?

What does your organizational landscape look like?

And where are the analyzed documents located within your organizational landscape?

What is the position of your organizational goals and operational objectives and are they aligned within the organizational landscape?

Scanning your strategic documents on unambiguous goals.

Determine whether these unambiguous goals occur coherently within the strategic documents.

Making and classifying strategic goals SMART.

Scanning your strategic documents on unambiguous objectives.

Determine whether these unambiguous objectives occur coherently within the operational documents.

Making and classifying operational objectives SMART.

Examining the relationship between strategic goals and operational objectives.

Translate information from strategic and operational documents into knowledge for effective management and efficient decision making.

Based on organizational descriptions, business functions, and process architecture, among other things,
the organizational landscape is structured.

The organizational landscape is validated by means of an interview.

Plot the analyzed strategic and operational documents on the organizational structure.

Determine the position of strategic goals and operational objectives on the knowledge map.

Make goals and objectives concrete and classify them so that these goals also occur by name in information sources from which knowledge is distilled.

Determine the optimal route between goals and objectives.

Determining the need for knowledge of goals and objectives to achieve them.

  • Result:

    Insight in your own knowledge position

  • Effort:

    1 day

  • Lead time:

    1 week

  • Investment:

    € 2250,-

  • Result:

    Overview in the shape of a knowledge map

  • Effort:

    2 days

  • Lead time:

    1 week

  • Investment:

    € 3850,-

  • Result:

    Overview in the desired knowledge route

  • Effort:

    2 days

  • Lead time:

    1 week

  • Investment:

    € 3850,-

STEP 1

Determining the desired knowledge position

What is your knowledge position?

Do you and your organization speak the same language on a strategic and operational level, so  you can successfully translate your vision into implementation and thus achieve policy goals?

Scanning your strategic documents on unambiguous goals.

Determine whether these unambiguous goals occur coherently within the strategic documents.

Making and classifying strategic goals SMART.

Scanning your strategic documents on unambiguous objectives.

Determine whether these unambiguous objectives occur coherently within the operational documents.

Making and classifying operational objectives SMART.

Examining the relationship between strategic goals and operational objectives.

Translate information from strategic and operational documents into knowledge for effective management and efficient decision making.

  • Result:

    Insight in your own knowledge position

  • Effort:

    1 day

  • Lead time:

    1 week

  • Investment:

    € 2250,-

STEP 2

Designing the knowledge map

What does your organizational landscape look like?

And where are the analyzed documents located within your organizational landscape?

Based on organizational descriptions, business functions, and process architecture, among other things,
the organizational landscape is structured.

The organizational landscape is validated by means of an interview.

Plot the analyzed strategic and operational documents on the organizational structure.

  • Result:

    Overview in the shape of a knowledge map

  • Effort:

    2 days

  • Lead time:

    1 week

  • Investment:

    € 3850,-

STEP 3

Determining the desired knowledge route

What is the position of your organizational goals and operational objectives and are they aligned within the organizational landscape?

Do you and your organization speak the same language on a strategic and operational level, so  you can successfully translate your vision into implementation and thus achieve policy goals?

Determine the position of strategic goals and operational objectives on the knowledge map.

Make goals and objectives concrete and classify them so that these goals also occur by name in information sources from which knowledge is distilled.

Determine the optimal route between goals and objectives.

Determining the need for knowledge of goals and objectives to achieve them.

  • Result:

    Overview in the desired knowledge route

  • Effort:

    2 days

  • Lead time:

    1 week

  • Investment:

    € 3850,-

Get acquainted with KnowledgeTrack™ now

And make your decision making easier

THE COMPLETE KNOWLEDGETRACK™ PACKAGE

STEP 1 – Determining the desired knowledge position

At this stage we map the organizational and operational objectives for you, based on available strategic and operational information

Subsequently, the organizational goals and operational objectives are quantified and aligned with each other so that you can easily translate this information into knowledge and thus create the optimal knowledge position for you.

Scanning your strategic documents on unambiguous goals.

Determine whether these unambiguous goals occur coherently within the strategic documents.

Making and classifying strategic goals SMART.

Scanning your strategic documents on unambiguous objectives.

Determine whether these unambiguous objectives occur coherently within the operational documents.

Making and classifying operational objectives SMART.

Examining the relationship between strategic goals and operational objectives.

Translate information from strategic and operational documents into knowledge for effective management and efficient decision making.

STEP 2 – Designing the knowledge map

From here your knowledge position has become the starting point with which you effectively navigate through the organizational landscape to achieve your organizational goals.

It is important to map out the organizational landscape properly. To achieve this, we bring together organizational structure, objectives, business functions and business processes.

In this way a clear overview of the organizational landscape is created.

Based on organizational descriptions, business functions, and process architecture, among other things,
the organizational landscape is structured.

The organizational landscape is validated by means of an interview.

Plot the analyzed strategic and operational documents on the organizational structure.

STEP 3 – Determining the desired knowledge route

With (1) the knowledge position and (2) the knowledge map as the starting point for this step, you are now able to steer effectively through the organizational landscape.

Therefore, in this step we map out the best knowledge route for you to your final goal, so that you can make better decisions and efficiently achieve your organizational goals.

Determine the position of strategic goals and operational objectives on the knowledge map.

Make goals and objectives concrete and classify them so that these goals also occur by name in information sources from which knowledge is distilled.

Determine the optimal route between goals and objectives.

Determining the need for knowledge of goals and objectives to achieve them.

  • Result:

    Insight in your own knowledge position
    Overview in the shape of a knowledge map
    Overview in the desired knowledge route

  • Effort:

    5 days

  • Lead time:

    1 week

  • Investment:

    € 9950,

    Temporary introductory offer

    The complete KnowledgeTrack package for  € 7950,-

The benefits of KnowledgeTrack™

Faster decision-making, because the KnowledgeTrack tooling reads, analyzes and connects all available strategic and operational documents for you.

Necessary explicit knowledge resides in your existing IT systems and can be accessed more easily.

The explicit information from your IT systems is more in line with your implicit information need. And thus provides knowledge and insight for effective management and optimal decision-making.

The Return on Information of your IT systems will increase exponentially as a result.

Rapid decision-making makes expensive consultants  for time consuming advisory processes unnecessary.

Because KnowledgeTrack is user-friendly, expensive, time-consuming training is not necessary.

Your organization will speak integrally clear, consistent, coherent language.

The KnowledgeTrack ™ knowledge team

The KnowledgeTrack knowledge team is at your disposal.

Robert Borkes

C.E.O. & knowledge expert

John van Lopik

Strategic knowledge consultant

Vedat Salfur

Sales director E.M.E.A.


Marco Berndsen

Sr. Knowledge developer


CUSTOMER EXPERIENCES

Robert clarifies the relationship between vision, strategy and policy and their consistency in an eye-opening presentation. He puts his finger on our sore spots and stimulates the audience.
Robert provides the right tools to captivate the audience, understands business with arguments that make sense and also goes two levels deeper when necessary.
Robert thanks for two educational sessions!

During our intensive collaboration in recent years, I have come to know Robert as a real go-getter, he picks up issues and analyzes them until they are completely resolved. His specialization lies in increasing the added value of public administration in policy processes and implementation.

He recently bundled his knowledge of processes and organizations in KnowledgeTrack, an application that can easily analyze interrelationships in knowledge and policy, or the lack thereof.

This tooling, in combination with Roberts thorough knowledge and experience in the field of policy, processes, information security and architecture, offers a lot of added value to government organizations.

Together with his perseverance and ability to focus, this makes him the ideal partner for improving policies and processes. All ingredients to add value to your organization, so that you can serve your customers even better.

Want to try out KnowledgeTrack ™?
Make an appointment for a demo without obligation!

It will only cost you one phone call, and you will receive valuable insights in return!

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