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Centralpoint MphC (Mult-Polyheirarchical Classification)

To harness knowledge management for each of your users securely requires the right architecture. Centralpoint was created (originally in 2000, and since updated 300 times over 20 years) to consider scalability. Said another way, the secret sauce of Centralpoint is found in it's ability to tag any one record in a very granular way, able to cascade down through the many channels of your business, within the right taxonomical categories, and to the right individual users by their role. This requires multiple considerations for any record. First, the consideration of Taxonomy (or Metadata). Since metadata can be multi dimensional in and of itself, Centralpoint needs to consider many types of metadata to be assigned for any record. Next, Centralpoint needs to consider the distribution of this record through multiple channels (like subsidiaries, or franchisees). Finally, Centralpoint needs to consider the role(s) of the user when logging in (within that channel or channels). 


This results in a multi-tiered approach to managing your knowledge. It empowers you to distribute your information in a very granular way, to anyone (employees, clients, partners) from a singular, central point. Given that each multi selector is parental, this means that they are polyhierarchical (meaning more than tree, rather it considers the forest). Also, given that we employ three different (multi) selectors, it becomes Multi-Poly-Hierarchical. We didn't invent the term, it is simply what is called. The reason you may not have heard it before, is because we are the only vendor in the world to employ this architecture (fully, and to this level). It is also the only way that you will ever successfully centralize information within your organization, and with out it, will have to depend on multiple technology to simulate it.