Information Innovation definition
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.
(http://euro.net/innovation/WelcomeHP.html). E-mail: email@example.com