Knowledge is our Passion. What is yours?
Infinity Maps is a German startup based in the country’s tech region. By means of our software for knowledge management, we would like to contribute to improving the everyday work of knowledge workers and their networking.
What we stand for
We are working in a small team on a great vision: less chaos and more open space for thinking. We strive to provide knowledge workers with a thinking tool that helps them solve the big problems of our time and implement bold ideas.
Decisions based on insufficient information, incomplete arguments or simply confusion fuel uncertainty and reduce productivity. With Infinity Maps, we aim to contribute to transparent and fair work by keeping the knowledge you require at your fingertips and neatly organized.
Today, we all have to process an increasing amount of information and deal with complex issues. To keep up, we are constantly striving for optimization and looking for innovative solutions. To achieve our goals, we are guided by facts and continuously review our hypotheses.
One of the biggest motivations for developing Infinity Maps was our experience of not being able to work with common knowledge tools in the way that everyday work requires – but knowledge management is not an individual issue. We are dedicated to creating a software solution for all knowledge workers.
We are committed to working with our users in a spirit of trust and ensuring that Infinity Maps meets your and our quality standards. For us it is a matter of course to inform you about updates and to ask for your opinion regularly.
Others already map. Do you?
Become part of a growing Knowledge Platform
I spontaneously fell in love with the program and its refined simplicity. Sometimes you have to see something to know that this is exactly the kind of thing you've always missed.
I find the tool excellent for sorting my thoughts. I use it mainly to get an overview of projects and to collect and organize possible solutions.
For complex contexts I had wished for a flexibly growing, arbitrarily nestable and easily searchable knowledge map with meta information ... et voilà!
The tool meets my needs exactly, especially for organizing my study content and when planning projects.
Ever since I got to know it, I have been enthusiastically using the iMapping tool. For example, to structure knowledge for our e-learning courses or to systematically 'crack open' complex contexts and reduce them to the essentials. It's fun to be able to work on content and constellations so flexibly and clearly.