KnowledgeLake Announced as a Microsoft Content Services Partner Program Charter Member

KnowledgeLake Announced as a Microsoft Content Services Partner Program Charter Member

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By Tori Cameron on August 7, 2019

On Sunday, Microsoft announced the FY2020 charter members of their Content Services Partner Program, which is now in its second year. We are excited to report that, for the second year in a row, KnowledgeLake has been named among the 24 charter members of the program.

Microsoft launched the Content Services Partner Program last year to recognize partners who help organizations around the world realize the value of Microsoft Content Services through the deployment of innovative solutions. In recognizing partners who have notable content services expertise and achievement, the program also helps accelerate the success of their customers. Microsoft’s announcement recognizes KnowledgeLake’s success in helping PRO Club, an award-winning wellness club in Washington, migrate to Office 365 and SharePoint Online. The KnowledgeLake platform allowed PRO Club to streamline its operations and extend its use of SharePoint, in addition to helping various departments index, classify, and electronically store their documents via SharePoint Online.

Also recognized as FY20 charter partners of the program are three KnowledgeLake partners—K2, SkySync, and Nintex. We’re thrilled to be part of this select group for another year, and we look forward to continuing working with Microsoft and our clients to deploy even more innovative content management solutions.

You can read the full announcement on Microsoft’s blog here and learn more about the Microsoft Content Services Partner Program here.

About KnowledgeLake:

KnowledgeLake provides content management solutions that help busy organizations intelligently automate their most important document processes. Since 1999, we've created award-winning, Microsoft-centric solutions that have helped thousands of companies around the world focus on their mission rather than their mission-critical documents.

 

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