The KnowledgeLake Platform
With the most extensible content services platform available, the sky is no longer the limit.
Single point of entry for content from any source, in any format. Automatically classify and capture documents and relevant data to fuel your business processes.
A one-two punch of transactional workflows and robotic process automation to reduce manual tasks and improve efficiency.
A consumer-like, unified user experience across all content management systems for optimized access to critical business documents.
The only cloud-native platform for capturing, processing, and managing your most critical business content
Invoices, employee files, applications and supporting documents flood your organization, but there’s no easy way to get them into a document management system. And, once in, this transactional content is hard to find when you need it. Too often, these problems are addressed in silos, with each department deploying its own solution.
The KnowledgeLake Platform solves transactional content management challenges across the enterprise with consumer-like content services that seamlessly extend the capabilities in which you’ve already invested, or easily combine with new systems and processes.
KnowledgeLake is the only cloud content services platform that incorporates machine learning and robotic process automation (RPA). By powering content classification and capture with machine learning and deploying RPA to bypass even the most stubborn integration challenges, the platform brings unprecedented digital dexterity to content management.
Benefits of the Knowledgelake Platform
Regardless of where you store your content, KnowledgeLake makes interacting with that data easier and more effective.
Read: We’ve All Gotten ECM Wrong
Conventional wisdom tells us it’s fruitless to try to fit a square peg in a round hole. Why, then, do businesses continue to store their most critical content—invoices, insurance claims, financial documents, signed contracts, and the like—in content management systems designed for collaboration?