- Globally, there are one billion knowledge workers whose jobs require them to combine action with a level of domain expertise
- Providing these workers with information, tools they need to succeed is key
- Nowigence’s Pluaris app works 24/7 to turn narrative-intensive information into scrollable intelligence
Cultivating and supporting a new generation of knowledge workers is “one of the great challenges of the modern era,” according to a recent “Forbes” article (https://ibn.fm/SZfZ4). Nowigence is up for the challenge, having created Pluaris, a powerful, proprietary platform that assists readers with automated reading and analysis of textual data.
“There are currently about one billion knowledge workers across the globe whose jobs specifically require them to combine action with a level of domain expertise—their knowledge—to generate value and make critical decisions,” the “Forbes” article says. “Some of those decisions seem inconsequential, such as retail layout. But some of them are monumental, even if they seem small, such as the know-how to identify and replace airline parts.
“Cultivating a new generation of such knowledge workers is one of the great challenges of the modern era,” the article continued. “Today’s knowledge workers are more global, work across more industries and are not always even in the office. Each of them has a different workflow depending on their job, with their own specific ways to leverage their knowledge.”
“Forbes” noted that providing these workers with the information and tools they need to succeed is key to empowering them. “Historically, that simply meant teaching workers to use existing technology. We will have to be more creative than that. Computers, which Apple-founder Steve Jobs famously called ‘the bicycle of the mind,’ are no longer enough, at least in their desktop form. We cannot expect people to have to sit at an office desk to find important information and do their work, a fact made even more clear in the Covid-19 pandemic. We must find new ways to unlock knowledge workers, wherever they are and however they work. The companies that do this will be the ones that leapfrog the competition and change their industries.”
Nowigence is committed to doing just that. The company’s Pluaris app works 24/7 to turn narrative-intensive information into scrollable intelligence. The platform automatically scours the web for information based on customized topics of interest, and monitors users’ drives and applications for updates. Pluaris then stores the extracted intelligence in a searchable database.
“You may forget what you’ve read, but Pluaris won’t,” the company states, noting that professional knowledge workers include academicians, students, analysts, journalists, editors, researchers, lawyers, programmers, physicians, scientists and more, not to mention personal knowledge workers or individuals who just love to learn. “The intuitive interface makes it easy to drill down to whatever level of detail you require, revealing hidden insights.”
Nowigence’s Pluaris offering is the ideal solution to today’s desperate need to support knowledge workers. The company is committed to helping individuals, teams and enterprises quickly distill knowledge from massive amounts of textual data, both public and private. By integrating state-of-the-art data processing techniques in an intuitive interface at an affordable subscription price, Pluaris puts the power of data science into the hands of consumers.
For more information, visit the company’s website at www.Nowigence.com.
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