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M-Files helps enterprises find, share, and secure documents and information. Even in highly regulated industries.

What if staying compliant was easy?

M-Files has built in content and process management capabilities. Make sure regulations and standards are met by ensuring the right people always get the right information. M-Files enforces important compliance controls without making things complex. Organize, manage and track every quality document, process and task without any of the inconvenience.

Hybrid Cloud: The best of both worlds

Business is no longer confined to the office, so why should your data be? Securely share information with anyone while making the most of your current infrastructure with the solution that's right for your business. Choose between on-premises, cloud or hybrid M-Files deployment.

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The Future of ECM

What if it didn’t matter where a document was stored or which system manages it? Imagine if information could be easily organized and managed based on its value and relevance.
ECM [Enterprise Content Management] is changing forever.

M-Files named a Visionary in the Gartner 2016 Magic Quadrant for ECM.

"Gartner has recast its definition of ECM in 2016 to emphasize the strategic need for a more dynamic, flexible and adaptable approach to content in the enterprise."

Too many information silos

Managing business information is more complex than ever. The amount of data is exploding, and it's often stored in a variety of different systems or scattered across shared drives, 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 are a drain on IT resources to maintain. And the bigger the company, the worse it is.

Sounds familiar? Read on to learn more about how a new approach to ECM helps solve these challenges.

Another ECM system isn't the answer

Businesses often already have multiple systems -- 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 what you need across any repository or system, but also enrich and repurpose information located anywhere without disrupting existing systems and processes?

Empower innovation while maximizing existing IT investments

Choosing an ECM system is usually a top down decision that requires organizational change, and managing change is difficult. Unfortunately, resistance to change prevents innovation that often starts in smaller pockets within the business.

What if it was possible to enable departments and small workgroups to enrich and repurpose information to support new initiatives for specific business needs, such as in legal, accounting and human resources, without disrupting existing systems and processes? Now it is.

No need to migrate (really!)

One of the first and biggest stumbling blocks to implementing a new ECM system is data migration. How do you get all of your existing data into the new system? It's difficult, time consuming and expensive.

What if you didn’t have to migrate anything? You don’t.

Familiar user interface speeds up adoption

Traditional ECM just hasn’t lived up the promise. The perception is that it's complex and difficult to learn use, and in most cases that's unfortunately true. With each new system there's yet another interface to be learned. So people start working around the system, creating more chaos. Wouldn't it be far better if information in multiple systems could be accessed and managed with a single, unified interface that was common and familiar? It can.

The Intelligent Metadata Layer

The new generation of ECM is much more than just a place to store and process information, it leverages an open architecture that supports best-in-class analytics, Natural Language Processing (NLP) and machine learning. A powerful, new metadata-based approach creates an "Intelligent Metadata Layer" that unifies multiple systems and repositories based on context while the actual content and data remains in place, with existing systems and processes undisturbed. Information is classified and organized automatically, and the system adapts and improves over time based on key metrics and user behavior.

The new approach to ECM is easy, dynamic and smart, and M-Files is leading the way! 

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