Unily named KMWorld Trend-Setting Product of 2017

Award-winning intranet solution Unily has been recognized by KMWorld as a trend-setting product for its ingenuity and innovation.

Unily today announced its intranet product has been named as a KMWorld 2017 trend-setting product of the year 

Sandra Haimila, Editor of KMWorld stated, Our 2017 KMWorld trend-setting products result from innovation and imagination, as well as from Evolution”.  Hailima also added “the products reflect the ingenuity of the developers and the diversity of invention. More than anything else, the 2017 Trend-Setting Products have captured our attention because of their ability to meet business needs by transforming information into insight.” 

With intranet technology becoming essential for organizations looking to utilize business intelligence and knowledge, this recognition demonstrates our commitment to creating a solution our clients can use as the foundation for success, commented BrightStarr’s Co-founder Will Saville. With an evergreen roadmap, the platform empowers global businesses with the tools and knowledge they need to work intelligently.  

The KMWorld 2017 trend-setting product awards, led by a panel of editorial staff, industry analysts and vendor partners recognize products which demonstrate “innovation and imagination” within technology. KMWorld reviews more than 1,000 separate products based on their ability to transform information into insights.  

About KMWorld: 

KMWorld is the leading information provider serving the Knowledge Management systems market and covers the latest in Content, Document and Knowledge Management, informing more than 21,000 subscribers about the components and processes - and subsequent success stories - that together offer solutions for improving business performance. KMWorld is a publishing unit of Information Today, Inc.

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