Meemin, A Toronto Startup Unveils a New Software to Organize Enterprise Knowledge

By CIOReview | Wednesday, March 16, 2016
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FREMONT, CA: Meemim, a Toronto based tech startup, has come up with their new software to organize information and knowledge within companies. It combines proprietary search that brings only relevant results with a highly visual user interface to let users sort through results more quickly. Field tests show that this combination makes finding information in Meemim up to 10 times faster than it is in other systems.

Meemim's unique interface is a key component of the second area where Meemim has an advantage. "Consumer software has evolved hugely in the past 10-20 years, and enterprise software really hasn't kept up,” said Alec Pestov, founder and CEO of Meemim. “What we're trying to do with our new user interface is to combine consumer software polish and ease of use with enterprise software functionality."

In most cases, information exists only as tacit knowledge because current tools make it very cumbersome and laborious to document it. But even if it is documented, which is rare, most tools make it very difficult to find that single piece of information an employee actually needs, and fasces difficulties in finding it fast. For the most part, the current options for managing information and knowledge are not saving time. "Almost every company has difficulties collating and organizing information in such a way that employee can find it quickly when they need it. The biggest issue is the sheer amount of time users have to spend searching for information that may or may not exist," said Mr. Pestov.

Meemim comes with an array of integrations with other systems which are especially important for Meemim. Right now a lot of businesses keep their information in a series of isolated digital spaces—Google Docs, SharePoint, DropBox, even FTP Servers. The prime focus of Meemim is to link these integrations to those isolated spaces together into one searchable, well organized hub.