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Forbes: Atomica, formerly GuruNet, hopes

November 8, 2000 7:10 AM

Forbes: Atomica, formerly GuruNet, hopes to pioneer an entirely new category it calls "knowledge warehousing," which will let workers pull information out of big databases by clicking on a word or conducting a simple search. A salesperson, for instance, could access a detailed description of a new product just by clicking on a picture of it, or learn about a big customer by clicking on its name.

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