GUEST RESEARCH: M-Files has been named a leader in the 2021 Nucleus Research Content Services and Collaboration Value Matrix Report for the eighth consecutive year, it announced.
M-Files says it was recognised in terms of usability and functionality. The company’s technology allows knowledge workers to access and use content anytime, anywhere, on any device with the user interface of their choice.
“M-Files continues to showcase its dominance in the market through its industry-leading connected content and intelligent automation capabilities,” notes Nucleus Research chief research analyst Barbara Peck.
“The company’s diverse, flexible set of world-class AI technologies, metadata-driven approach, and ability to provide meaningful context sets the standard for content services and collaboration solutions moving forward. M-Files’ strategic product advancements over the past year reaffirm the platform’s unique attributes and distinction in the marketplace,” Peck observes.
M-Files was also recognised for its modern approach to information management. Its platform is said to increase the productivity by providing tools for search, content lifecycle management, and automated workflows. Companies can digitalise critical business processes and keep information secured and controlled with ease, while simultaneously providing access to common applications such as Microsoft 365, Microsoft Teams, Microsoft SharePoint, and Salesforce.
“We strive to enable a smarter way to work in today’s digital, work from anywhere world,” says M-Files founder and CEO Antti Nivala.
“Our recognition as a leader in Nucleus’ Value Matrix report for the eighth consecutive year is a validation of our core differentiation. Our metadata-driven foundation, complemented by our innovative AI technologies, puts content into the right context and offers knowledge workers a single source of truth and seamless collaboration,” Antti concludes.
The Nucleus Value Matrix evaluation is driven by user experience versus analyst opinion. The report highlights the release of M-Files Web, a redesigned user interface built to help end-users adopt solution; the release of new cloud infrastructure based on the Microsoft Azure Service Fabric architecture; and the release of M-Files’ signature integration with Adobe Sign to expand electronic signature options for customers and improve embedment in the workflow.
Lastly, the report also showcases the company’s acquisition of Hubshare, a digital client experience and collaborative workspace solution, to promote collaboration among internal and external teams.