Published by: Business Journal
ZL’s Unified Archive® Takes The Holistic Approach To Enterprise ContentSAN JOSE, CA – Apr. 5, 2012 ZL Technologies, Inc., a leader in unified archiving for large enterprises, announced today that it has been named to KMWorld Magazine’s, 100 Companies that Matter in Knowledge Management. This prestigious list, now in its 12th year, recognizes the top companies that have played an integral role in knowledge management. Over 1,000 companies vie for a coveted spot on the exclusive list each year. It is compiled by KM practitioners, theorists, analysts, vendors, customers, and colleagues. “ZL Technologies has demonstrated an unwavering commitment to help harvest an organization’s collective intelligence to best serve its entire constituency chain,” said Hugh McKellar, KMWorld Editor-in-Chief. ZL’s Unified Archive has helped large enterprises manage massive volumes of e-mail and digital files, also known as “unstructured Big Data,” by consolidating all information management under one system. This avoids the problems of managing multiple copies and reducing wasted storage inherent in isolated systems or “silos.” “We are proud to be recognized by KMWorld as one of the top organizations in knowledge management. This accolade affirms that our unified approach to managing unstructured data for Fortune 500 customers is quickly gaining traction as the only feasible long-term solution for solving problems in eDiscovery, compliance, records and storage, simultaneously,” said ZL CEO and President, Kon Leong. “Taking the industry to the next level, ZL is now helping large enterprises extract competitive advantage from unstructured ‘Big Data,’ which is comprised mostly of human-to-human communications. If all such data can be harnessed by technology, it would amount to what ZL calls ‘Corporate eMemory™,’ which can yield invaluable business insights and shared knowledge. We are excited to be at the cutting edge of this new field of enterprise-wide unstructured content intelligence.” For more information about ZL Technologies’ Unified Archive solution, visit dev.zlti.com.