New Kingland Platform Updates Focus on Enterprise Requirements

Latest Platform offerings include cross microservices transaction support, enhanced PDF table extraction, the ability to manage reference data through the platform data management UI, enhanced workflow and rules capabilities, and more.

CLEAR LAKE, Iowa--()--Kingland Systems continues to enhance its fourth generation Kingland Platform by providing zero downtime deployment of the latest platform components, improving the performance, availability and security of microservices transactions, and refining the Artificial Intelligence and Natural Language Processing capabilities used to extract data from PDF documents.

"We've enhanced the Platform's ability to discover and extract data from machine-readable and scanned PDF documents, allowing organizations to improve the accuracy and efficiency of text mining and analysis with respect to their specific data extraction requirements. This is another important step in our commitment to rolling out data-focused AI and NLP capabilities," said Kingland CTO Jason Toyne.

The Kingland Platform exploits microservices as part of its more than 40 complementary components, focusing on device-independent software that can be reached from anywhere and can keep up with the changing needs of the user. These microservices play an integral role in helping clients discover data and gain additional context around their complex and unique enterprise data requirements. Microservices offer a number of benefits for clients including operational cost savings, reduced revision risk due to less code, improved scalability to meet user load, and more.

"With more than 25 years of industry knowledge, the Kingland team understands how to reduce risk associated with the variability of unstructured data," Toyne said. "By providing industry-specific solutions, our clients are discovering, collecting and making better decisions from all their data and from any source."

Platform Updates:

  • Cross Microservices Transaction Support - Improved transaction management increases data consistency.
  • Container Based Deployments and Scaling - New DevSecOps capabilities allow seamless scaling and zero downtime deployment of all Kingland 4th Generation Platform components.
  • Collector Data Lake - Framework allows the combination of both batch and stream based data to be used in AI and Enterprise Data Management solutions.
  • Reference Data Management UI - Clients can seamlessly manage reference data through the Platform Data Management UI.

"Our clients rely on the Kingland Platform to solve unique data, regulatory, and customer-focused problems," Toyne said. "By embedding the Platform with our years of industry experience, we are continuing to invest in our ability to reliably deliver enterprise-class solutions that take advantage of these new technologies."

Learn more about the Kingland Platform.

About Kingland

Kingland develops and manages enterprise-class software solutions using its Kingland Platform and teams of data and technology experts. Leading public accounting firms, banks, broker dealers, asset managers, financial utilities, insurance companies, and retailers look to Kingland to create solutions for data management, risk management, regulatory compliance, independence, customer insight challenges, and more. The Kingland Platform is a highly secure, cloud-optimized suite of software ranging from cognitive capabilities including artificial intelligence, natural language processing, and machine learning, as well as enterprise data management, analytics, and enterprise workflow capabilities. For 25 years, Kingland's managed solutions have helped data-intensive, highly-regulated clients discover new ways to securely grow their business and protect their reputation. For more information, please visit


Vernon Johnson, 641-355-1000

Release Summary

Kingland Platform update improves the accuracy and efficiency of text mining and analysis with respect to client-specific data requirements.


Vernon Johnson, 641-355-1000