Morpheus aims at integrating and disseminating knowledge and information at knowledge-intensive organizations.

The essence of our service is that we help you turn your knowledge into a controllable factor in your business. We do this from our vision of a strong, flexible organization which possesses the agility to respond rapidly to new developments and has the power to streamline the entire organization towards the new development.

What can you expect from us?

To reach the goal of a strong, flexible organization, we offer the following services:

  1. Mapping existing knowledge flows
  2. Analyzing the current situation and providing advice about required adjustments, both organizational and in terms of systems
  3. Building and implementing new knowledge systems

 

1. Mapping knowledge

For an organization that builds on the knowledge of employees, it is important to know what knowledge is present within the organization and what is missing. The same applies to knowledge processes. The current situation is after all the starting point from which you base strategic and tactical decisions.

2. Analyzing and advising

Morpheus analyzes existing information resources for organizations and advises about the design of information architectures. We propose how databases can be disseminated in order to use them in environments with users from different organizations. We share knowledge about how to extract meta-data from certain resources or how a custom web-based solution can be designed for facilitating knowledge processes.

3. Building knowledge systems

Morpheus develops systems that can be used to easily share knowledge amongst employees within an organization. This will include environments where a variety of information systems are disseminated and a knowledge model is integrated. This model is used to turn unstructured resources into structured ones. Then, the dissemination of existing resources and the extraction of meta-data can take place mainly semi-automatically. For this to take place, intuition, suspicions and domain expertise of people are translated into the knowledge model. The combination of a taxonomy, existing sources, knowledge of people and processes is then translated into a knowledge system. A system for quick and easy recording and retrieving information and resources so that the knowledge system is enriched by the business process while maintaining full compatibility with current systems.