Event – DMS to KMS: using technology to enhance knowledge engagement

by Helene Russell

How can we use existing systems to boost knowledge sharing? And how can effective KM technology minimise the impact of information overload? This 1-hour virtual event will answer your questions wherever you are on your firm’s route from DMS to comprehensive knowledge system.


When: Thursday 25 November 2021

Time: 1.00pm – 2.00pm

Where: Online

How can we use existing systems to boost knowledge sharing? And how can effective KM technology minimise the impact of information overload?

This session, produced in partnership with Tiger Eye, will explore the ways in which document management systems such as iManage can support knowledge management and offer an insight into other DMS-integrated KM technologies.

Combining real life examples with best practice, the talk will discuss Tiger Eye’s ‘iManage Knowledge Journey’ highlighting the process many firms take from using iManage, to adopting curation tools such as Tiger Eye Blueprint, before incorporating search-based solutions and A.I. including tools such as iManage RAVN Insight. The journey will explore potential ways to use the DMS for basic knowledge categorisation, before discussing ways to avoid information overload through user submission and curation of knowledge.

Throughout the session, Dave Wilson will share ideas on how the iManage DMS can be customised for effective KM, including the creation of knowledge workspaces. At the end of the session, Dave will also use his personal experience to answer iManage-related queries and support attendees to boost knowledge engagement with iManage.

All technologies will be presented and discussed alongside the all-important human element of knowledge management, highlighting how technology can support peer-to-peer knowledge sharing in modern law firms.

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