LOS ANGELES, Feb. 21, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Lions Business Technologies (LBT), a software development company, headquartered in Los Angeles, California, announces that it has successfully solved the most fundamental and important problem (the 'Holy Grail') of information and knowledge management technology – the 'corporate cockpit' problem:
How to give every employee of an organization (commercial, government, NGO, etc.) access to all knowledge that he/she needs to make and execute the best possible decisions and perform the most effective and efficient actions in his/her responsibility areas?
This problem remained unsolved for several decades. Primarily because solving this problem required development of a universal Organization Description Language (ODL) and its derivatives for various types of organizations (commercial, government, NGO, academic, etc.).
This problem was solved by Oleg S. Cheremnykh – founder, owner and president of Lions Business Technologies – who spent over 15 years working on developing an object-oriented ODL and its derivatives and on solving the 'corporate cockpit' problem.
To provide organizations with practical tools for developing a comprehensive system of 'corporate cockpits' for each manager and professional in the organization in question, LBT develops and markets an ODL-based software product - Executive Knowledge Management System (EKMS). EKMS allows developing a comprehensive corporate knowledge base and the individual 'corporate cockpits' that provide access to this knowledge base according to a 'need-to-know' principle.
Using an object-oriented ODL as a firm foundation, LBT is currently developing a comprehensive system of corporate objects and corporate KPI to enable management- and information systems engineers assemble these systems from standard components based on the best business practices (much like software engineers assemble software systems).
To help venture- and direct equity funds radically increase return on their investments, LBT has developed an ODL-based software tool – Comprehensive Business Audit Workbench (CBAW). Real sector companies can use CBAW to identify the most efficient ways to radically increase corporate performance.
LBT plans to enter into a partnership with a major vendor of ERP systems to develop a next generation ERP system – Enterprise Objects Management System (EOMS) – radically more efficient and comprehensive than current systems.
Oleg Cheremnykh, Founder & President
Lions Business Technologies
1100 Glendon Avenue, 17th Floor
Los Angeles, CA, 90024, USA
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SOURCE Lions Business Technologies