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Definition - What does KnowledgeTree mean?

KnowledgeTree is an online Software as a Service (SaaS) solution that facilitates enterprise-wide document management, sharing, evaluation, integration and access. It is delivered from the cloud and accessed via a Web browser hosted on the provider’s platform.

KnowledgeTree pricing is provided to subscribers on a recurring and monthly pay as you go model.

Techopedia explains KnowledgeTree

Designed to provide organizations with document management control, KnowledgeTree provides an application programming interface (API) for Web services and applications and may be integrated with popular document creation applications, such as Microsoft Word.

Key features include:

  • Document sharing
  • Assessment
  • Evaluation
  • Tagging and searching
  • Document analytics
  • Secure online access
  • Data backup and recovery
  • Usability

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