KnowledgeLake Meets Microsoft Gold Competency Requirements in Application Development and Cloud Platform Competencies

ST. LOUIS, Mo., — March 9, 2021 — KnowledgeLake today announced that it has met Microsoft Gold competency requirements in Application Development and Cloud Platform Technologies.

KnowledgeLake enables organizations to automate critical, repetitive, high-touch business processes and unify workflow and data entry across business applications.

As a Microsoft Gold-Certified partner, KnowledgeLake has agreed to collaborate and establish a close working relationship with Microsoft. Obtaining this title means that KnowledgeLake has met the highest standards of Microsoft's widely recognized partnership program. Achieving such a status means Microsoft has declared that KnowledgeLake has committed itself to evolving Microsoft technologies for the interests of its own needs as well as those of its clients. Microsoft certification validates IT professionals and developers’ technical expertise through rigorous, industry-recognized exams covering a wide range of Microsoft products, technologies and solutions.

“We’re thrilled to achieve Microsoft Gold status for the fifteenth year in a row,” said Jason Burian, KnowledgeLake’s Vice President of Product. “Microsoft’s renewal of our Gold partnership marks another milestone in KnowledgeLake’s rich heritage in the Microsoft ecosystem and Microsoft 365. We’re excited to expand our competencies into the Microsoft Azure platform, which has significantly improved our ability to solve complex content automation challenges for our customers.”

About KnowledgeLake

KnowledgeLake is a worldwide leader in intelligent capture and process automation. KnowledgeLake is the only end-to-end, fully cloud-native solution for document processing, enabling organizations to capture, process and manage their content in a single platform. The company combines intelligent document capture and robotic process automation (RPA) to increase productivity. Two million users worldwide employ KnowledgeLake to work faster and more efficiently. For more information, visit

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