ThoughtFarmer is a knowledge-sharing solution for the new enterprise. It's used as: a standalone intranet or extranet a collaboration hub the knowledge-sharing component of an existing intranet ThoughtFarmer embraces th
e good things wikis have brought us: an open, easy, democratic authoring environment with no barriers to content creation. It then adds structure and social networking to that wiki core.
ThoughtFarmer embraces the good things wikis have brought us: an open, easy, democratic authoring environment with no barriers to content creation. It then adds structure and social networking to that wiki core.
Wiki collaboration, without the chaos
ThoughtFarmer turns users into editors. See a mistake? Fix it. Have an idea? Share it. It makes it easy to tap the collective knowledge of your organization.
ThoughtFarmer maintains logical structure and automatically builds easy navigation. Powerful search and tagging capabilities provide multiple ways to locate information. And it's completely secure: viewing and editing capabilities can be selectively applied by user or group.
Wiki collaboration, but friendly
ThoughtFarmer's basic building block is the person. Every page, every edit, and every file is tied back to a person. Profile pages show you the person behind the content -- their photos, contact details, favorites, and lists of other content they've contributed. This creates a social network that strengthens workplace community.
We invest great effort in user interface design and testing to make sure that using ThoughtFarmer is easy and intuitive. This inspires confidence in users who otherwise wouldn't use or contribute to the intranet—speeding adoption and ensuring project success.
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