KnowledgeLake Named Most Valuable Brand of 2017
The Silicon Review Recognizes KnowledgeLake for its customer-centric approach
ST LOUIS, Missouri – July 17, 2017 — KnowledgeLake, an innovator of document processing solutions, has been selected as a recipient of The Silicon Review’s Most Valuable Brands of 2017 award for demonstrating a long-standing commitment to delivering remarkable client experiences.
The acknowledgement is given annually to organizations known for their problem solving strategies, customer-centric approach, customer retention rate and ability to overcome market uncertainties.
According to Vishnu Vardhan Kulkarni, Managing Editor of The Silicon Review, “These companies are not only valuable brands in their particular sector, but are helping other companies to engage and retain their customers.”
The Silicon Review honored KnowledgeLake with a feature article about the company’s brand value through a candid interview with Bernie Schweiss, Chief Executive Officer of KnowledgeLake.
“The heart of KnowledgeLake’s mission is to enable our clients to realize their full potential by providing them with innovative document capture and processing solutions,” said Schweiss. “In the midst of today’s digital transformation, we’ll stay agile and responsive. KnowledgeLake is a brand the market can count on.”
“Launching our refreshed brand and website earlier this year communicated that KnowledgeLake is a forward-thinking company with a commitment to ensure the success of every client we serve,” said Alayne Pregeant, Vice President of Marketing at KnowledgeLake. “We’re proud to be recognized as one of the most valuable brands for 2017 for our contributions in the business and technology marketplace.”
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