ST. LOUIS, Missouri, September 18, 2017 – KnowledgeLake, an innovator of document processing solutions, will exhibit during the sold-out Microsoft Ignite Conference September 24-29 at the Orange County Convention Center in Orlando, FL. The company will debut a powerful, new content capture offering and showcase its other Microsoft-centric solutions to more than 20,000 IT implementers, developers, data professionals and decision makers at the event.
“As companies embrace digital transformation, we know Microsoft Ignite attendees are looking at strategies that leverage the cloud to revolutionize the way they conduct business,” said KnowledgeLake’s CEO, Bernie Schweiss. “As a long-standing Microsoft partner, and Silver Sponsor of the conference, KnowledgeLake is dedicated to meeting the evolving document processing needs of Microsoft customers – whether that’s on-premises, in the cloud or through a hybrid scenario.”
Throughout the conference, KnowledgeLake content management experts will be in booth #406 to discuss how organizations are transforming business operations with the company’s powerful, browser-based document capture platform to import, process and route content to multiple destinations including SharePoint on-premises and SharePoint Online.
Attendees interested in discussing unique document processing challenges and learning more about KnowledgeLake’s document processing solutions and consulting expertise can reserve a time with an expert.
KnowledgeLake will also co-sponsor Metalogix’s afterhours conference event, MetaFest, from 6-8 p.m. on Wednesday, September 27 at Mango’s Tropical Café. The free event will include food, drinks, live music and giveaways. Ignite attendees can register for MetaFest at the KnowledgeLake booth #406.
Microsoft Ignite is designed for IT professionals who are eager to explore tomorrow’s technology and listen to industry leaders discuss trends and insights for the future. Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella will be the keynote speaker and discuss the latest strategies and offerings within the Microsoft ecosyst