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Biographical Information

Ron Cameron, President and Co-Founder, KnowledgeLake

Since KnowledgeLake's inception in 1999, Ron Cameron, president and co-founder, has taken great pride in creating a positive company culture where employee and customer satisfaction are the highest priority. KnowledgeLake is a cloud-native solution for document processing that enables organizations to capture, process and manage their content in a single platform. The company combines intelligent document capture and robotic process automation (RPA) to increase productivity. Two million users worldwide employ KnowledgeLake to work faster and more efficiently.

Articles by Ron Cameron, President and Co-Founder, KnowledgeLake

Straight talk on automation: Getting the right stuff done with AI, ML, and RPA

AI, ML, and RPA are all essential weapons in the battle against mundane, inefficient back-office processes

2020 Readers Choice Award - Best Document Management: KnowledgeLake Platform

In our increasingly fast-paced, digital world, organizations can't afford to have their most critical business processes bogged down under the old way of doing things. KnowledgeLake makes it possible to achieve super-efficient automation without changing technology or people.

SharePoint: ECM for Everyone

Microsoft SharePoint has grown so fast and has become so ubiquitous that AIIM recently suggested it had become a common noun for content management, like Kleenex for tissue and Xerox for copying.

According to AIIM surveys, SharePoint adoption rates have exceeded 65% across a variety of regions and industries, yet Forrester Research states over half of enterprises still maintain three or more ECM repositories. If SharePoint is so popular, why haven't more enterprises adopted it as their sole platform for enterprise content?

Good question. Microsoft said SharePoint 2010 was the answer. The company touted SharePoint 2010 as the "information operating system." Is it?,,,