Ideedock started out two years ago as something very different: A tool to organize idea competitions for employees. After many meetings with enterprises we discovered a problem far more interesting.
Knowledge workers are spending between 15%-35% of their time searching for information (source). Others have tried to solve this by documenting as much information as possible to make it searchable.
Employees were asked to fill databases with what projects they worked on, what knowledge they gained etc. The problem is that few people actually did. And even fewer people searched those databases
We take a different approach. Nobody is asked to document anything. As we're storing the questions and answers, we're effortlessly building a valuable knowledge base.
We are building an information system that gives people near realtime access to the information they need. That would be powerful.