KRM or Knowledge Relationship Management is a new paradigm for managing engineering thinking & project design.
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Preserve & Search for Knowledge
CoBaseKRM empowers engineers, scientists, and analysts to effortlessly capture, store, and access critical analytical work, enabling seamless problem-solving and informed decision-making.
all prior work
Effortlessly navigate through a wealth of insights, locating essential information across projects in seconds.
CoBaseKRM’s Advanced Search locates information down to individual data points.
This means less time searching, more time solving problems.
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Knowledge Network Map ™
Visualize every step of your work, capturing data, analyses, and insights at each stage.
The CoBaseKRM Knowledge Network Map allows your team to track projects, collaborate, and bring new participants up to speed instantly.
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Record data versions for every user action or change. Maintain and track distinct versions of all components of knowledge
Meet regulatory and client requirements by automatically logging user actions.
File Upload and Validation
Structure and standardize nomenclature. Capture models and their metrics at source ensuring searchability and reproducibility.
Take and share notes with teams instantly. Journal cards allow you to create notes and journal entries, tagable to any point of knowledge in CoBaseKRM.
How to get started?
Start a free trial or book a demo
Starting CoBaseKRM is a click away. Meet our team for a demo or jump in with a free trial. No credit card required. We are available to help along the way.
Invite teammates and collaborators
Once signed up, bring team members into the fold for your projects. You can add, remove, and manage team members at any future point.
Create a project and upload knowledge
Set up your first project to get started making an innovation, a product formulation, or solving a challenge.
Anywhere. Any team.
From designing manufacturing lines to developing novel antibiotics, CoBaseKRM scales to help the biggest and smallest organizations excel.