BELLEVUE, Wash.—March 23, 2004 — Noetix Corp., a global infrastructure software provider that unlocks corporate data and empowers business users to answer their own questions, today announced that KMWorld Magazine has chosen it as one of the 100 companies that matter in knowledge management in 2004. These companies are chosen from a list compiled informally through discussions with knowledge management practitioners, theorists, vendors, customers, analysts and editors. This year's KMWorld 100 will be featured in the April 2004 issue.
"As in previous years, the list was conceived as a way to identify some of the organizations leading the way in the knowledge economy," said Hugh McKellar, editor-in-chief of KMWorld. "Criteria for inclusion varied, but all the companies have something in common. Each has either helped to create a market, redefine one or enhance one, and they all share one thing—velocity of innovation."
"We are committed to providing our customers with easier access to the data and knowledge needed to intelligently and efficiently run their businesses," said Morris Beton, CEO, Noetix. "Inclusion in the 2004 KMWorld 100 list affirms that we remain focused on this commitment and our proprietary auto-discovery technology used by more than 1,200 customers to easily access critical enterprise application data."
About KMWorld Magazine
The leading information provider serving the knowledge, document and content management systems market, KMWorld informs more than 56,000 subscribers about the components and processes — and subsequent success stories — that together offer solutions for improving business performance.
More than 1,200 customers worldwide use Noetix to quickly and cost effectively access the enterprise application data they need to make important business decisions every day. Unlike tools that require weeks of manual mapping to produce a single report, the Noetix solution automatically generates a set of reporting objects specific to an organization's unique configuration of Oracle or Siebel. Using a proprietary auto-discovery process to "crawl" the application database, Noetix transforms data into business content that is searchable and navigable. Noetix dynamically generates meaningful and immediately usable business information that reflects an organization's specific application configuration. Noetix customers include Motorola, Starbucks, Visa and Xerox International Partners. The company is headquartered in Bellevue, Wash., with international operations based in London. For more information about Noetix, visit the Web site at www.noetix.com or call toll free at 866-4NOETIX.
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