The importance of information technology in enabling innovation and improving technical intelligence for the CI professionals is the focus area of this proposal abstract.
In the Web 2.0 world there is a tremendous change with respect to the organization wide structured information flow. Dolcera's experience has helped the CI fraternity share technical intelligence organization wide, with the use of proprietary data collaboration tools. These tools serve as a repository containing both patent and non patent literature. And the web 2.0 technology in this tool enables users to interact with the repository by adding their own intelligence to it, thus multiplying the organization wide intelligence manifold. Dolcera's tools have enabled technical experts in large organizations share data seamlessly, has enabled collaboration and has boosted productivity of research dollar spends by providing timely competitive intelligence.
Further, these toolsets are essentially powered with the structured analytical process that has been part of the yester world. It is in this context that this proposal abstract has been prepared to illustrate the technical intelligence that could be obtained from best practices of both knowledge acquisition and knowledge presentation phases of the KM strategy. The four layered supportive approach towards gathering a seamless technical intelligence is also described in this abstract. These tools and methodologies have been put to use by a dozen of the world's Fortune 500 companies.
Lakshmikant has had a rich and varied experience in product development and domestic and international marketing while working at Pidilite India and United Chemie. Lakshmikant is an inventor and has authored two patents on chemical processes at United Chemie.
His inventions helped his former company to increase revenues and strengthen its competitive position.
Lakshmikant has a Bachelor's Degree in chemistry, and an MBA from the prestigious Management Development Institute, Gurgaon.