Why Become a KnowledgeLake Partner?
By KnowledgeLake on October 24, 2019
KnowledgeLake seeks out talented, trusted organizations who share our passion for delivering modern solutions to support our clients’ evolving needs. Working with an ecosystem of diverse partners helps KnowledgeLake transform the way organizations tackle their document processing and management challenges. When joining forces with these best-in-class companies, we not only offer incredible value but empower enterprises to solve real business problems while amplifying their productivity.
KnowledgeLake partners offer industry-leading solutions, services, and support built on the KnowledgeLake platform. Here are some of the reasons that organizations choose to partner with KnowledgeLake.
A trusted name in the content management space, KnowledgeLake helps enhance our partners’ ability to intelligently automate document-driven processes. The KnowledgeLake platform has been used to migrate billions of documents for thousands of customers over the course of our 20-year history. We have a deep understanding of the business challenges organizations face and have built our platform to enable our partners to rapidly resolve these challenges for clients.
KnowledgeLake also helps our partners’ move clients’ business-critical content, data, and processes to the cloud. Whether they’re migrating from a legacy ECM system or file share, KnowledgeLake’s cloud-native platform empowers organizations to do more in the cloud. The KnowledgeLake platform integrates seamlessly with any business system, database, or repository, like Microsoft Azure and SharePoint, regardless if it resides on-premises or in the cloud.
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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