KnowledgeAdvisors Partners to Automate Library

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<p><strong>Chicago &mdash; June 20</strong><br />KnowledgeAdvisors has entered an agreement with Applied Skills &amp; Knowledge (AS&amp;K) to merge a comprehensive competency assessment library into Metrics that Matter analytics technology to automate administration and reporting of more than 300 individual assessments. <br /><br />The assessments to be entered into the technology range from myriad key business functions to more-generic leadership competencies. </p><p>They will be entered into Metrics that Matter during the remainder of 2007 and will be made available to current subscribers of the technology. </p><p>Additionally, AS&amp;K analysts will streamline their administrative and data reporting activities by using Metrics that Matter for their own processes. <br /><br />&ldquo;KnowledgeAdvisors is pleased to announce this partnership with Applied Skills &amp; Knowledge,&quot; said Kent D. Barnett, KnowledgeAdvisors chairman and CEO. &quot;The benefits of merging AS&amp;K&rsquo;s vast library into Metrics that Matter will provide talent management practices the most comprehensive set of easy-to-use, automated competency tools the industry has to offer.&rdquo; </p><p>AS&amp;K President Paul Squires agrees. </p><p>&quot;AS&amp;K is very excited about the new partnership with KnowledgeAdvisors,&quot; he said. &quot;Rigorous research and practical experience within industry and government have provided AS&amp;K with unique insights into building and maintaining standards-based competencies for key business functions in sales, manufacturing, finance and others. </p><p>&quot;Knowledge Advisor&rsquo;s Metrics that Matter platform offers the market a simple yet robust delivery tool for implementing and managing AS&amp;K&rsquo;s library of functional competencies.&rdquo; </p>

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