ST. LOUIS, Sept. 26, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- KnowledgeLake, Inc. is launching its newest innovation – a 100% browser-based document imaging and processing platform to import, process, and route content to multiple destinations including Microsoft SharePoint and SharePoint Online. Attendees of the Microsoft Ignite conference in Atlanta will have the opportunity to view the company's newest solution, KnowledgeLake Capture Server Professional, in booth #533, September 26-30 in Atlanta, GA.
"Attendees of Microsoft Ignite are seeking the latest advanced technologies to help them best leverage their investment in Microsoft," said KnowledgeLake's Chief Operating Officer, Bernie Schweiss. "They are especially interested in solutions pertaining to digital transformation, and we are excited to share our latest release with them."
Throughout the conference, KnowledgeLake and Fujitsu will showcase the capabilities of market-leading Fujitsu hardware in tandem with the KnowledgeLake document imaging software solutions which enhance Microsoft SharePoint and utilize Microsoft Azure. KnowledgeLake will showcase web-based Capture Server Professional's role in digital transformation through its ability to automate the document import process from virtually any source – and allow business professionals to create their own unique processes within the application to further streamline the document workflow.
"The Ignite conference is the perfect opportunity to introduce KnowledgeLake Capture Server Professional – a highly flexible, cloud-ready platform designed to enable decentralized organizations to centralize document imaging, processing, content management, indexing, reporting and monitoring from one cloud-based application," said Schweiss. "Powering Capture Server Professional with Microsoft Azure or Azure SQL provides companies with a lower total cost of ownership, simple deployment and easy administration."
Capture Server Professional's intuitive framework, flexible architecture, PowerShell supported management and robust API provide powerful extensibility, giving users the ability to connect to virtually any document repository or business system and easily scale up or down with business needs. The high-volume capture platform supports multiple repositories like Microsoft SharePoint, SharePoint Online, One Drive for Business, Hyland OnBase as well as other Enterprise Content Management (ECM), Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) and accounting systems.
Microsoft Ignite attendees can schedule personalized sessions to discuss their unique document processing challenges while learning more about KnowledgeLake's technology offerings. Attendees are invited to schedule dedicated sessions through Jennifer Birdsell at Jennifer.email@example.com or visit KnowledgeLake in booth #533.
KnowledgeLake has been helping organizations better manage critical information since 1999. Thousands of companies worldwide trust our Enterprise Content Management (ECM) consultants to provide content management and process automation expertise while delivering solutions that make business content easy to find and work with.
KnowledgeLake offers a full spectrum of service offerings for cloud-based and on-premises scanning and content management solutions utilizing Gartner and Forrester recognized platforms. With an award-winning Microsoft-centric technology focus, we can ensure compatibility, ease of use, and the lowest overall cost.
We're optimizing the business world by amplifying productivity, eliminating paper, streamlining document processing and automating business-critical operations. Learn more at www.knowledgelake.com.
For more information contact Lisa Bertrand, Marketing Manager of Social & Content, at (314) 898-0502 or Lisa.bertrand@KnowledgeLake.com
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