How Can Tallium Help You Get Rid of Knowledge Silos?

Breaking silos has always been an interesting topic. 
Some knowledge managers believe it to be necessary for knowledge to flourish, but silos are necessary for many organisations as not all information can or should be accessible to everyone. 
Silos are often created by the organisations themselves to protect sensitive information and keep their employees focused on their work and away from irrelevant activities that are happening on other projects that can become distractions. Many software development companies understand this need and have created excellent software to enable silos.
However, a lot of valuable knowledge is lost that way.
The benefits of removing unnecessary silos are huge. Facilitating cross-functional collaboration, reducing duplicated efforts, benefiting from collective potential and innovating faster are some of them, but the most important ones are knowledge retention and knowledge sharing. 
The Water Network, the world’s largest knowledge network for professionals from the Water industry is built on TallyFox Tallium, because of their need to remove unnecessary silos and this is how it looks.
As you can see, your company can also benefit from removing unnecessary silos. 
The relevance percentage, calculated by our algorithm SmartMatchProTM informs the member that certain data is more relevant to him, removing the need to click on the most interesting title (which more often than not is an unrelated distraction). 
It is a powerful thing, as network members are presented with information. They can scroll down very quickly and read what is most relevant to them, and also access the data with medium relevance when they find the time. No need to join different communities or groups, no need for endless clicking to stay informed. 
That’s Tallium.



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