Sharing Engineering Knowledge
By David Alexander
"Technical informational assets typically exist in the brains of employees, buried in spreadsheets or computer programs, or kept in hand-written notebooks. Lack of technical information management wastes time, costs money, reduces effectiveness, and can expose companies to unnecessary liabilities."
"Maplesoft has come up with a solution to this problem by combining its powerful computation engine with a worksheet environment that captures the knowledge behind the mathematical results, automatically documenting work as it is created."
Excerpts from "Sharing Engineering Knowledge", Automotive Engineering International, June 2005. Click here for the full article. (PDF article)