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  • MIS & KM By Saravanan. P(25) Sriram. V(27) Gowri Shankar(28) 1
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  • Management Information System 3
  • HMIS 4
  • Benefits of HMIS• Up-to-Date Information• Standardized Evaluation Method• Easy and Inexpensive Method• Single Point of Access• An Automated as well as Manual Process 5
  • Knowledge Management KATS Methodology Phase I Phase II Phase III Phase IVKnowledge As – Is Tech StrategyAssessment Analysis Evaluation Layout 6
  • Knowledge Capture Tool 7
  • BI Service Offerings 8
  • GRRP Innovation Engagement 9
  • Benefits of GRRP Engagements 10
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