Looking for wiki-type software that does the heavy lifting automatically
January 22, 2009 6:21 AM Subscribe
I'm hunting for a 'smart' knowledge management system for an organisation, to write documentation collaboratively. It should be able to receive information in multiple ways, categorize it automatically, and publish it to a webpage.
posted by scrm to Computers & Internet (5 answers total) 4 users marked this as a favorite
Kinda like an intelligent mashup of Evernote
and wiki software like Mediawiki
Ideally, the system would have the following:
- Support for input from multiple users
- Multiple input methods. Ideally email (like Evernote), or a simple one-line form that interprets entries (like the Google Calendar 'Quick add' box)
- Automatic categorizing of information based on keywords. So if the output document has several sections, the system will know automatically what input to put where
- The ability to output the results on a webpage, and to customize how they look
- A close-to-zero learning curve. The people who will use it aren't technical so it has to be straightforward
- A low price tag
Any ideas or am I just dreaming? All pointers much appreciated.