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A completely revolutionary way to build and manage an inventory of knowledge

We call it gentle knowledge curation

Knowledge Management Needs a Fresh New Coat of Paint

The Old Approach:

Technologies such as Microsoft Sharepoint or other Document Management Systems (DMS) have stifled the innovation that was fueling knowledge management at the turn of the century.


If you think about it, when was the last time this technology had a makeover? Organizations are still relying on indexed document searches. How is that working out for you?

The New Approach:

Crowd-sourced knowledge collection with an emphasis on context versus just text. A visual image and a simple search means a drastic reduction in research efforts.

Process Tempo offers a completely new and innovative approach to curating, storing and analyzing knowledge.

Our motto: If knowledge is tough to capture - it won't be captured. If it is tough to discover - it won't be discovered. If it takes time to read - it won't be read.​

If Knowledge is tough to capture it won't be captured.

Our Approach:

Make knowledge collection simple

Focus on context & relationships

Make it easy to capture, share and collaborate

Knowledge requires context
Context requires an understanding of how things relate. Capturing these relationships is the key to how Process Tempo works. A connection represents the start of a thread of information that when followed provides knowledge.
What is gentle knowledge curation?
The goal of every organization is to make knowledge collection easy. So how do you do this? Organizations are buried under information and much of this (90%?) is captured in written documents or files. Authoring a document has a low barrier to entry but produces a high research cost which grows worse with time.
Every time a new document is created the future cost to extract information goes up. It is time to think like Process Tempo. It is time to think about information as threads of knowledge.

Our visual modeling approach will make finding, curating and analyzing data super simple

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