A Visionary Approach to Information Management
The Way Information is Used to Drive Business Success is Changing
M-Files is a powerful yet easy to use document management software application that solves the problems of managing, finding, and tracking documents and information in companies and organizations of all sizes.
M-Files helps businesses succeed in today's fast-paced information-intensive environment by improving efficiency and workflow, maximizing information reuse, eliminating redundancy and avoiding conflicts and data loss.
M-Files is turning document management into easy and affordable activity without trading off important features such as fast search, secure user access permissions, check-in / check-out, version management, workflow and notifications, fast offline and remote use, support for scanned paper documents and email, a web interface and a robust interface for connecting to external databases such as an enterprise CRM or ERP system.
Too many information silos
Managing business information is more complex than ever. The amount of data is exploding, and it's often scattered across a variety of different systems, including shared drives, SharePoint, email, file sharing services, ECM and Content Services platforms, CRM, ERP and more, making it hard to find and control. Multiple different interfaces to learn slow down user adoption and decrease productivity. In short, today's business information environment is chaotic, complicated and a drain on IT resources.
Another repository isn't the answer
Businesses often already have multiple systems and repositories -- everything from shared network folders to full ECM systems, such as OpenText or Documentum, to new file sharing services like Box and Dropbox. Some are on-premises and some are in the cloud. The larger the company, the more complex it gets. Adding yet another repository can actually make it worse.
What if it was possible to easily find and use what you need across any repository or system, but also enrich and repurpose information located anywhere without disrupting existing systems and processes?