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Nowigence Inc. Offers PKM Solution with Proprietary Pluaris Platform

  • Personal knowledge management involves creating systems, adding context and making information easy to surface when needed
  • The customizable, user-friendly Pluaris platform assists users with reading and analyzing textual data and so much more
  • Nowigence is focused on simplifying the challenges of learning

The idea of personal knowledge management (“PKM”) systems is gaining traction, with a growing number of individuals and companies recognizing the importance of managing information more efficiently for more successful outcomes. Seeing an opportunity to provide critical support in this quest for knowledge management, Nowigence has created Pluaris(TM), a cloud-based app that automates reading and analysis of textual data so users can learn more in less time while uncovering hidden insights and staying on top of the information they need to know.

“Personal knowledge management is the concept of creating a process or system for collecting and storing information for future use,” explains a recent Search Engine Journal article (https://ibn.fm/4239C). “It’s different from how most of us currently collect digital information, which could more accurately be described as hoarding — accumulating hundreds of bookmarked articles, highlighted book passages, and jotted down statistics.

“Digital hoarding doesn’t help you use the information you’re collecting; it makes it harder,” the article continued. “Personal knowledge management, on the other hand, involves creating systems, adding your own context, and making information easy to surface when you need to reference it.”

That’s just the beginning of what Nowigence’s Pluaris enables users to do. The customizable, user-friendly platform assists users with reading and analysis of textual data — and so much more (https://ibn.fm/YUxHC). Using artificial intelligence and machine learning, Pluaris automatically analyzes the content it reads by extracting summary points and segregating them as key highlights and the reasons for action, called drivers.

These drivers then lay the foundation for cause-and-effect analysis designed to provide readers with key information to help in data gathering and problem solving. Pluaris also labels answers to the most frequently asked questions about topics, such as who, what, where, when, why, how, and how much. It identifies categories and discovers connections.

Of course, being able to explore and identify information when it is needed is crucial. Pluaris includes Ask Me, a Google-like search feature, that finds and retrieves information. However, unlike Google, Pluaris is able to search through a person’s internal knowledge base in drives, instant messaging, enterprise tools or other data systems when they are connected with the platform.

Nowigence is focused on simplifying the challenges of learning. 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.

NOTE TO INVESTORS: The latest news and updates relating to Nowigence are available in the company’s newsroom at https://ibn.fm/NOW

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