Knowledge Management (KM) recognizes people, processes, ICT and culture as the leverage for organizational growth. Human resources become the main assets and thanks to the ability to share their individual and collective experiences, it is possible to turn knowledge into an organizational asset, get more out of information and improve the company’s processes.

We start from the understanding of the client, its needs, virtues and points of improvement, so that the accompaniment is adjusted to its reality and to the sector and/or market in which it operates.

We work hand in hand with the client’s leaders and collaborators, so that through a co-creation approach we can generate real applicable actions that impact the organization’s performance.

Why work together with CINTEL?

At CINTEL, we support companies in the generation and application of knowledge management models to strengthen their productive and competitive capabilities. Based on our experience, we guide companies in the identification and transfer of critical knowledge, the development of knowledge appropriation activities and the management of change among the actors involved, taking into account soft skills and the use of ICT to enhance individual and collective performance.

Knowledge Management with the support of CINTEL will generate benefits that contribute to the efficiency of your company:

  • Recognizing knowledge as a strategic asset.
  • Successful digital transformation processes.
  • Enable an adequate context of intra-organizational interaction and with its stakeholders.
  • To build institutional memory and rely on the use of technological trends for its processing, analysis and decision making.
  • Continuous learning.
  • To have a solid base to innovate, be more productive and competitive in the market.

This is how we develop our methodology

Our value proposition is focused on the development of successful strategies and actions based on reference frameworks and best practices recognized worldwide, addressed in three phases that can be adaptable according to the conditions and needs of each organization:

  • Phase I. Diagnosis: Conduct an internal/external organizational diagnosis of the state of QA in the company, in terms of its strategy, technology, and environment.
  • Phase 2. Formulation: Formulate a QA model that meets the needs of the organization.
  • Phase 3. Implementation: Implement pilot exercise, leading to the strengthening of the QA model and the definition of an implementation path.

Our success stories

Our awards

Due to our work, we have been recognized as a benchmark in the ICT sector in Colombia and in its actions we understand Knowledge Management as a key transversal element that enhances organizational development.