In addition, the analyst firm noted, "Wave newcomer M-Files provides one of the few true hybrid offerings. … M-Files metadata design has enabled it to lead the way with cloud-based computing, providing complete functionality and transparency between on-premises and cloud-based implementations. M-Files provides the ability to replicate data across distributed repositories and deployment types based on metadata."
"We believe M-Files inclusion in
"Our dynamic content management approach based on metadata represents the next generation of enterprise content management, and separates us from traditional ECM solutions that force users to locate information by navigating through a complex and confusing maze of folders. M-Files dynamic content management solutions organize and process information by what it is and what it relates to, which enables users to access the precise information they need based on the context in which it is needed, such as by customer, project, date, status or author," added Mlliken.
M-Files dynamic content management solutions are revolutionizing the ECM market by transforming how businesses manage, secure and share information with a unique metadata-powered approach that organizes and processes content based on what it is, rather than where it resides. Thousands of businesses in over 100 countries use M-Files on-premise, in the cloud or in hybrid environments to improve productivity and quality, and to ensure compliance with industry regulations and standards, including companies such as SAS,
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