We’ve tracked Scoop.it‘s progress as a curation platform for several years, and now the San Francisco-based company is launching a product aimed at helping large companies share ideas from across the Web both publicly and internally.
After testing the ‘Knowledge Management’ solution with companies like car maker Renault-Nissan and insurance giant Generali, Scoop.it is now making it available more widely. Thousands of employees can collaborate to curate information and content they want to share. While the platform is being partially pitched as a way for companies to become ‘media outlets’ without having to necessarily create their own content, it’s perhaps more interesting as an internal tool for education and knowledge sharing.
So. Much. Tech.
Some of the biggest names in tech are coming to TNW Conference in Amsterdam this May.