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Blink is an information management system based on the revolutionary semantic Web technology that allows teams and organisations to share valuable, work-critical knowledge in an easy and flexible way.

Blink is an information management system based on the revolutionary semantic Web technology that allows teams and organisations to share valuable, work-critical knowledge in an easy and flexible way.

Once you define your business ontology you can define who has access to which part of the ontology and provide the team members with user accounts. The system will build a user interface that reflects Your Business ontology.

Team members can then share their knowledge, using the newly created interface. Sharing of knowledge is done by filling simple forms, uploading documents and by linking existing elements together.

 

How it works

Blink is designed with simplicity of use as the first objective (see our Manifesto), the process of launching your own Blink knowledge portal can be summarized in the following steps:

All these steps can be done directly from your prefered web browser.
As a user you can do any of the following:

Benefits

Blink has unique combination of flexibility, power and ease of use that allow you to create a knowledge portal that truly reflects your business needs.

Here are some example of how this is done:

Why is Blink unique?

Blink combines the following characteristics that make it unique: Having these three elements means that a team that needs to set up a knowledge portal can do so very quickly: Access to the power of the Semantic Web model allows:

Who uses it and why?

Blink is a knowledge sharing solution for teams ranging between 5 to 50 members. It allows all the information related to a certain project or topic to be stored and organised in a simple and easy to locate method.

Blink can be used in the following environments:

Research teams

  • Experimental results
  • Publications
  • Collaborators
  • References
  • Materials and equipments
  • Patents

Web development teams

  • Art work
  • Stock images
  • Creative Briefs
  • Usability studies
  • Example websites
  • Design standards

Marketing teams

  • Market studies
  • Focus groups
  • Surveys
  • Competitive analysis
  • SWAT analysis

Sales Teams

  • Propsects
  • Contacts
  • Companies
  • Clients
  • Proposals
  • References
  • Sales aids

Engineering teams

  • Project plans
  • Resources
  • Suppliers
  • Problems
  • Proposals
  • Task management