A group of companies with offices in Amsterdam and New York which acts as an information filter for the World-Wide Web. They analyse what happens in the Web community and organise the Web's information so that it is accessible and efficient to use.
Information Innovation provides:
"The Management Guide" - a guide for managers in the information age.
The Guide consists of 22 parts, each concentrating on a particular technology or issue facing managers.
Topics range from Artificial Intelligence and Telecommunications to Finance and Marketing.
Each part contains references to additional valuable information, including CD ROMs, conferences, magazines, articles and books.
"The Hypergraphic Matrix" - a "hypergraphic" matrix of 250 graphics discussing the interrelationships between technology, change, business functions and specific industries.
"Dictionary" - the largest Internet dictionary on management and technology.
"The Delphi Oracle" - a comprehensive guide to the latest management ideas and issues.
Over 500 articles and books have been read, analysed, rated and catalogued.
"Management Software" - a guide to software which is useful to managers.
Both Web software, Internet software and commecial products are included in this guide.
"The Web Word" - an information service about the Web.
It includes a regular newsletter and databases about Web resources, news, interviews with Web personalities and, of course, the most comprehensive guide to sites.
"Web Bibliography" - a guide to the latest Web information printed.
Over 150 articles, magazines, market research reports and books are catalogued.
"The Power Launch Pad" - our own list of useful sites on the Web.
Also includes links to our own lists of special subjects such as Finance, Telecommunications, Manufacturing, Technology and so forth.
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