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Knowledge Management

5 Simple Steps to Automate Your Knowledge Management Process

A Knowledge Management process systematically gathers, organizes, shares, and analyzes an organization's knowledge regarding resources, documents, and people skills. It's designed to help the organization manage its knowledge base or other knowledge assets effectively, ensuring that information is current, accessible, and utilized optimally. Implementing a well-defined Knowledge Management process flow simplifies daily tasks and fortifies the foundation of your business in several key areas.

7 Steps For a Solid Knowledge Management Process [+Workflow Template]

Navigating the complexities of IT Service Management (ITSM) can often feel like trying to solve a massive jigsaw puzzle without seeing the picture on the box. Each piece represents crucial data and experience scattered throughout your organization. Without a clear overview, finding the right piece at the right time can be daunting, if not downright frustrating. This is where an effective Knowledge Management process becomes indispensable.

AI And Knowledge Management: Turn Ticket Resolutions Into Articles

An updated knowledge base is an essential part of an organization's self-service offering. But keeping it updated is no easy task. What if you could have artificial intelligence (AI) work for you and help you with Knowledge Management? That’s what InvGate Service Desk Knowledge Article Generation feature does! According to a report by Microsoft, 88% of respondents expect a brand or organization to offer self-service support, and 66% begin with self-service when in need.

Unlocking the Main Elements of the Knowledge Centered Service, With Lana Kosnik

The Knowledge Centered Service – also known as the Knowledge Centered Support or the KCS – is a methodology and set of practices designed to integrate knowledge creation and maintenance into the daily workflow of an organization. Through active collaboration between teams and continuous knowledge capture, it helps improve the efficiency and effectiveness of customer support and Service Management functions.

Create a Customer Service Knowledgebase

A customer service knowledgebase is a hub of information for your customers. It is considered an essential self-service option for companies of any size or industry. A knowledgebase (KB) will include answers to common questions about your products or services. It might also include detailed guides on how to solve issues or perform actions. A KB can be a helpful tool from the agent perspective as well. For instance, agents can consult articles to provide accurate answers.

How to Improve your Agents' Performance with an Internal Knowledge Base

It’s common for IT support teams to have one subject matter expert, that one agent that can solve any problem without help or setback. But no matter how tempting it might be to solely trust in their expertise, the “knowledge hero” is not the smartest strategy for your team, and you can offset it quite easily by having an internal knowledge base. The tricky part of relying on subject matter experts is that you don’t have a plan B for when they’re unavailable.

How to Write a Good Knowledge Base Article? Marketers Share Tips to Create Effective Content

If you're tasked with writing knowledge base articles, you might wonder how to make your content compelling. After all, the whole point of a knowledge base is to provide users with the information needed, so it's essential to get it right. This is how your company communicates instructions, processes, and more, thus becoming a key part of customer support.

Knowledge Base Articles: Tips, Tricks, and Templates

Knowledge management is the ITIL practice that increases service desk resolution rates, and improves technical skills and everyone’s experience. Done well, a shared knowledge base will help technical teams and end-users. In this sense, knowledge base articles are a great way to build a library that provides valuable insights into how things work. By giving access to these articles, we are spreading resourceful information (a great asset!) across the organization.