KnowledgeLake named Project Cortex launch partner by Microsoft

ST. LOUIS, Mo., — September 23, 2020 — KnowledgeLake has been named a launch partner for Microsoft Project Cortex, Microsoft’s knowledge management service. KnowledgeLake is one of only 14 international partners selected by Microsoft to be a launch partner.

Project Cortex (official name to be announced) connects content in an organization’s Microsoft 365 apps with external content, enabling organizations to manage their information and streamline processes with advanced security, compliance and automated workflow. Using AI, Project Cortex analyzes and organizes this content in a way that deepens organization-wide knowledge sharing.

“We are very excited to be part of the launch of Project Cortex,” said Jason Burian, Vice President of Product Management at KnowledgeLake. “I think Microsoft has a great vision for knowledge management and the future of Content Services with Project Cortex.  The power of Cortex plus KnowledgeLake will solve serious and impactful business challenges for customers”

Project Cortex is now in production for existing private preview customers. Additional details about general availability will be announced at Microsoft Ignite, with the launch expected later this year.

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. We combine 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 knowledgelake.com.​

For additional information:

Tori Cameron, Marketing Coordinator, (314) 898-0534, tori.cameron@knowledegelake.com

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