Our History

We got our start two decades ago when we set out to make the most-used document management system, Microsoft SharePoint, better at processing transactional content. We figured that business functions like Finance, HR, and Claims should be able to get content in and out of SharePoint just as easily as their colleagues from other departments. And, in 2003, we released the first document processing solution built on the SharePoint platform.

Today, we focus on helping our customers win at processing their transactional content in the cloud. That means removing longstanding constraints around data classification and capture, content searchability, and system integration, to name a few. The cloud has given us the capability to address these age-old challenges in a new way—not just for our 2 million licensed users on SharePoint but for organizations using any document management system or content repository.

KnowledgeLake: Four-Time Microsoft Partner of the Year

Since its beginning in 1999, Knowledgelake has been a trusted Microsoft partner.

Microsoft Azure + Government
Public sector organizations can leverage the KnowledgeLake platform to manage content and data residing within the Microsoft Azure Government-dedicated cloud environment.




Our Leadership

Ron
Chief Executive Officer

Ron is responsible for creating KnowledgeLake’s vision. In 2001, when Ron launched KnowledgeLake, he focused on being the first to deliver specialized Enterprise Content Management capabilities to the market. Since then, KnowledgeLake has become a leader in content management, helping customers increase their document productivity, reduce transactional errors, and improve abilities for data insights, while reducing their costs and operational risks.

Kevin
Chief Operating Officer & Chief Financial Officer

Kevin is responsible for KnowledgeLake’s day-to-day operations, ensuring cross-functional collaboration to successfully deliver solutions to our customers. Kevin is an enthusiastic and passionate business leader of technology companies, having developed SaaS businesses in healthcare, media, security and learning management.

Brad
Chief Technology Officer

Brad is responsible for identifying disruptive technology to deliver innovation. He is an industry veteran in designing and building enterprise content management software. Brad has a passion for engineering execution, including continuous improvement of the software development lifecycle (SDLC).

Jason
Vice President, Product Management

Jason develops product vision and strategy. This is how KnowledgeLake brings highly differentiated, elegantly designed solutions to our customers. He manages the complete Product Lifecycle which includes research, design, requirements, execution, enablement, and launch.

Mark
Vice President, Business Development

Mark is our Chief Listener. He articulates challenges and develops solutions with our customers. Mark brings extensive experience in delivering ECM solutions and effective sales leadership. He is a trustworthy and engaged sales leader, with broad technology solutions experience at EMC Corporation, Captiva Software Corporation and Box.

Brian
Vice President, Marketing

Brian is responsible for KnowledgeLake’s marketing strategy and growth platform. He focuses on demand generation, reputation management, and sales enablement. Brian is passionate about telling the right story to the right people and cutting through the clutter to get to the point. He brings more than 25 years of technology marketing experience.

Robin
Vice President, Finance & Accounting

Robin develops internal controls and operational processes to ensure smooth customer transactions. She is accountable for growing a supportive, collaborative culture, managing KnowledgeLake’s Accounting and Human Resources. Robin brings external audit, compliance and HR leadership experience to our team.

Get your free ROI consult today.

Not sure if digital transformation is worth the cost? Give us 40 minutes and we’ll give you an honest answer. You never know where your next revenue opportunity is hiding.