M-Files is an innovative electronic document management system that solves the problems of managing, finding, and tracking documents in today's information-intensive organisations.
Having spent over 17 years immersed in the industry we have found that by offering a simple to use, highly effective electronic document management solution (knowledge management software) we can increase your productivity dramatically. Typically by an hour per person, per day! This is not rocket science, just a simple way to streamline your day to day information needs.
As you would agree, we all spend a lot of time looking for information, whether it is paper based files, electronic documents like emails, Word, Excel etc. each day. The information is spread all over the office and handled by multiple staff members. Because everyone has a different opinion on where and how information should be stored it can be hard to find what you are looking for.
To remain competitive in today's business environment, companies must continually strive to eliminate redundancy in their electronic records while also improving accessibility and management of sensitive company information. The process of constantly creating and revising different file types associated with different software applications can leave a company's electronic files in chaos. Take control of the electronic clutter with the best value in electronic document management software on the market today. M-Files' host of innovative features allows streamlining of document management processes and provides a powerful and easy to use solution.
What if all the information you were looking for was available within seconds instead of minutes. You can imagine the productivity gains. If everyone in your organisation had an extra hour a day, could you add 10% to your bottom line? Plus you will get your expensive office space back; you won't lose or misplace documents anymore. If this solution is backed up by extensive hands on training, creating and/or streamlining your office procedures and then documenting them in a customised procedural manual you can't go wrong.