Configure the need-to-know between different areas of expertise.

Distribute the “push” responsabilities to identified actors.


Follow in real-time the activity and the evolution of the coordination.

Navigate from synthetic view to business details all along the history.


Negotiate regularly the configuration to engage the coordination around an agile and agreed contract about the expected information.


Exchange the requested need-to-know through the configured infrastructure.

Push frequently qualified information. Be notified selectively and globally.


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