Two law firms made the list:
Goodwin Procter deployed Matter Pages to manage matter-related information for more than 850 attorneys working in eight different locations. Matter Pages uses Microsoft SharePoint to provides a single access point to all matter-related information, along with a wiki that attorneys can use to discuss their work and exchange information. Among its benefits, the system enables attorneys to pull together information for clients with a click, when before it used to take hours.
The law firm redesigned its corporate portal, CityLink, to support an integrated, collaborative work environment. The portal provides tools, including shared calendars, RSS newsfeeds, blogs and wikis, along with links to internal websites and client-oriented extranets. CityLink uses Microsoft’s SharePoint to integrate a variety of corporate data repositories ranging from human resources and accounting information to client records and litigation support databases.
Five of the winners labeled their project’s type as knowledge management:
- IBM for its Enterprise Tagging Service
- MediSend International for its Global Education Center
- Modine Manufacturing for its enterprise search tool
- Shook, Hardy & Bacon for CityLink
- Vanguard Group for tis Digital Communication Initiative
(I am not sure why the Goodwin Procter project was not labeled as knowledge management.)