KnowledgeLake Supports SQL Server 2012 Enhanced Performance Capabilities Within The KnowledgeLake Product Suite

SQL Server 2012 with the KnowledgeLake ECM Solution for SharePoint enables organizations to streamline business processes and manage enterprise content, with enhanced database capabilities.

KnowledgeLake, Inc., a provider of document imaging and capture technologies for Microsoft SharePoint Enterprise Content Management solutions, recently introduced support for SQL Server 2012 for KnowledgeLake Imaging for SharePoint, KnowledgeLake Capture and KnowledgeLake Capture Server. This closely follows the recent release of SQL Server 2012, which expands on Microsoft’s commitment to help customers manage any data, regardless of size, both on-premises and in the cloud.

"Thanks to a close working relationship with the Microsoft team, we have been able to include support for SQL Server 2012 within our product line, enabling organizations to easily take advantage of the many advanced capabilities of this platform within their core infrastructure and within SharePoint. We expect our customers to welcome the SQL Server 2012 enhancements and are proud to deliver support so quickly."- Brett Grego, Director of Engineering, KnowledgeLake

KnowledgeLake provides an affordable, platform-based solution for managing unstructured content directly within SharePoint Server 2010. KnowledgeLake is an enterprise scalable and comprehensive SharePoint Server 2010 Enterprise Content Management (ECM) solution for capturing, indexing, searching, viewing, securing, routing, and annotating mission critical electronic content. With the recent improvements provided with SharePoint Server 2010 SP1, SharePoint along with the KnowledgeLake product suite can take advantage of the higher performance and scalability of SQL Server 2012.

“SQL Server 2012 delivers the platform and tools to manage any type or size of data,” said Herain Oberoi, Director of Product Marketing, SQL Server, at Microsoft. “As the amount of data being generated today is greater than ever, organizations need to process and analyze it all. SQL Server 2012 helps users generate actionable insights and drive business impact. We are happy to be working with KnowledgeLake to bring these capabilities to their customers who use SharePoint.”

About KnowledgeLake
KnowledgeLake develops document imaging related products and solutions for Microsoft SharePoint. KnowledgeLake extends the ECM capabilities of SharePoint, enabling businesses to reduce mailing costs, streamline operations, and achieve regulatory compliance using familiar Microsoft products that most businesses already own and use. KnowledgeLake products and solutions are deployed globally in thousands of organizations in many different horizontal and vertical industry sectors including public sector, healthcare, financial services, transportation and more. For more information, visit

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