Microsoft Inspire 2019 Recap
By Tori Cameron on July 22, 2019
The Microsoft Cloud: Democratizing Digital
Last week at Microsoft Inspire, you could really feel the energy in the air. It’s such an exciting time to be a Microsoft partner, and Inspire only reinforced that. Business processes are being completely revolutionized by the cloud, and specifically Azure’s, capabilities. The overarching message for the week was “democratizing digital,” which spoke to Microsoft and their partners’ mission to empower organizations throughout the world with the life-changing capabilities of their technologies. The two Corenote events of the week revealed how that’s already happening, with members from organizations across the globe revealing how they’re using Microsoft software to change the way they do business.
But it wasn’t just the Corenote presentations that got us excited about the future. Inspire was an amazing opportunity to both discover how other partners are using Microsoft technology and discuss solutions to the challenges our customers face. As Microsoft partners, we have so much to offer one another for our mutual benefit. KnowledgeLake helps partners and Microsoft by boosting clients’ usage of Microsoft technology by using it for processing transactional content and data. We also enhance SharePoint, Office 365, and Teams by making them more capable of efficiently managing transactional content.
Here at KnowledgeLake, we’re still riding the wave of Inspire excitement. We look forward to joining other partners in discovering new ways to help busy organizations automate their most important document processes.
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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