Integration strikes again
New concept of integrated knowledge worker software
fuels white collar productivity
Early estimates at the Danish Ministry of Social Welfare indicate that a new concept of integrated software can significantly increase productivity and quality of white collar work.
“Integration” was a key driver in the 1990s when ERP software helped production and distribution companies optimize their businesses.
“Integration” may once again change the software industry as the emergence of a new concept of integrated software – called “The Knowledge Worker Desktop” – replaces existing white collar productivity tools.
This site explores the new concept of the Knowledge Worker Desktop. Inspiration comes from work and ideas developed by cBrain, a Scandinavian software company listed on NASDAQ-OMX.