We celebrated our refreshed corporate identity by opening our doors to business and IT professionals who were interesting in discussing digital transformation subjects such as electronically capturing content and optimizing back-office operations. Attendees experienced the new KnowledgeLake over conversation, cocktails, hors d’oeuvers and enjoyed a photo booth stocked fun props.
The networking and conversations at our Digital Transformation Open House were so interesting, we’re continuing our discussion of content digitization and the cloud in our next Solution Overview & Live Demo: RSVP.
With the business technology landscape changing at lightning speed, KnowledgeLake’s experienced team is skilled in digital transformation and happy to help guide you. Our experts, along with pros from our strategic partners Contegix, Kit Bond Strategies, Microsoft and Nintex, were on-hand during the Open House, educating attendees on the best practices and solutions to overcome document processing pain.
Our experts can also guide you in our Live Demo offered every Wednesday.
Some of the other topics covered at our Digital Transformation Open House included:
- Content Digitization — Capturing documents, indexing, and uploading them to your preferred repository is KnowledgeLake’s bread and butter. This is the first step to your digital transformation, and KnowledgeLake lets you capture documents one at a time or all at once in large batches.
- Cloud Computing — Once your documents are captured and indexed, you need a place to store them. KnowledgeLake works with different cloud-based repositories like SharePoint Online to ensure that your documents are always accessible, but still safe and sound.
- Team Collaboration — Have everyone in your team work from the same library and standard set of metadata knowing your documents go to the right place every time you capture.
- Business Intelligence — Business decisions get easier by getting access to metrics and data about your captured documents and any inefficiencies in your end-to-end process.