KnowledgeLake Releases Content Migration Suite for IBM FileNet: KnowledgeLake Enables Customers to Migrate Mission Critical IBM FileNet Content to Microsoft Office SharePoint Server 2007

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KnowledgeLake Inc., a leading provider of Enterprise Content Management (ECM) solutions for Microsoft SharePoint Products and Technologies, today announced the release of the KnowledgeLake Content Migration Suite (CMS) for Microsoft Office SharePoint Server 2007.

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We are pleased to see experienced partners like KnowledgeLake bringing industry leading ECM solutions to the SharePoint Products and Technologies platform

    KnowledgeLake CMS is a suite of applications designed to provide a structured and auditable migration process for loading high volumes of electronic content from legacy ECM systems directly into SharePoint Server 2007. The true value of CMS, however, lies not only in the technology itself, but in the proven high-volume migration methodologies designed and used by KnowledgeLake's Business Solutions Group (BSG).

KnowledgeLake is initially launching the Content Migration Suite (CMS) specifically targeting IBM FileNet repositories. In the coming months additional offerings for many other legacy repositories that have already been developed and tested will be released.

At the core of the CMS product is KnowledgeLake's highly prized intellectual property for high-speed content loading to SharePoint Server 2007. CMS is already in use with customers and most recently used for Microsoft internal scalability testing on FileNet content migration. The results of the testing were dramatic resulting in 2.5 million documents a day per SharePoint Server 2007 Front End. The testing proved that Microsoft and KnowledgeLake exceed the ECM scalability requirements for any enterprise organization.

"We are very excited about the launch of KnowledgeLake CMS," said Ron Cameron, President of KnowledgeLake. "We are now proving over and over that SharePoint Server 2007 has the scalability and the features to replace any legacy ECM application. We feel great because our customers are saving millions of dollars by replacing these expensive and outdated applications. SharePoint Server 2007 is a platform that can be trusted with mission critical content... and it's affordable enough for most any organization."

"We are pleased to see experienced partners like KnowledgeLake bringing industry leading ECM solutions to the SharePoint Products and Technologies platform," said Tom Rizzo, Director of SharePoint at Microsoft. "KnowledgeLake has helped hundreds of thousands of information workers build and deploy ECM solutions on SharePoint Products and Technologies since 2004."

KnowledgeLake CMS for IBM FileNet is available now, with additional repository support coming early summer 2008. KnowledgeLake, a Microsoft Gold Certified Independent Software Vendor (ISV), provides document capture and imaging products that seamlessly integrate with SharePoint Server 2007.

KnowledgeLake products provide an out-of-the-box solution that is customizable to meet individual customer requirements. The software enables users to scan documents directly into the SharePoint Server 2007 document repository utilizing a familiar interface, which mirrors that of the Microsoft Office 2007 system.

About KnowledgeLake

KnowledgeLake, Inc., headquartered in St. Louis, Missouri, is the market leader in developing document imaging and capture products for SharePoint Products and Technologies-based Enterprise Content Management (ECM) solutions. Built on the Microsoft .NET platform, KnowledgeLake enables organizations of any size to leverage SharePoint Products and Technologies for solving today's complex document problems. KnowledgeLake document imaging and capture products extend the native capabilities of SharePoint Products and Technologies with a powerful suite of applications that allow users to capture large quantities of mission critical documents and transform them into easily consumable business information. The founders of KnowledgeLake have decades of experience architecting, selling and implementing ECM products and solutions. To find out more, visit the KnowledgeLake website at http://www.knowledgelake.com.

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For more information: public.relations@knowledgelake.com (314) 898-0500

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