The Information Communication Technology (ICT) to Support the Internationalization Paths of the Enterprises in the Fashion Field
In the last decade an ever growing attention by managers and experts has strengthened on the contribution that computer technologies could supply to the management of knowledge, as well as to the their involvements under the economic and organizational profile. By this time the experiences of systems' applications finalized to the knowledge managing are widespread. They are able to realize selection, extraction and semi-automatic selection functions of information. New technologies have become the main channel through which the knowledge that may be codified can be transferred (by e-mail, intranet, etc.), both in the business to business relationships, than in the business to consumer ones [Inmon, 1992]. More specifically, in the knowledge's selection phase the new digital technologies may enable the widening of the sources' spectrum (both inside and out-side the enterprise) far beyond the ones traditionally used. This may help the encounter with a new knowledge, as it happens with the discussion groups (forums, chats) or with the research engines, directories, company knowledge maps, that permit to quickly know "who knows what" within an organization or a complex environment. (fragment of text)
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