M-Files has been ahead of the industry in several key areas, leading the way in terms of a folderless approach that leans more on the context of information rather than wherein an information ecosystem it lives, and the industry has responded. M-Files has once again landed on the Gartner Magic Quadrant for Content Services Platforms in 2018. This is our eighth year on the quadrant and the third consecutive year Gartner has tapped M-Files as a visionary in the Content Services Platforms (CSP) vertical.
For 2018, Gartner has outlined a content services platform as:
“A set of services and microservices, embodied as an integrated product suite and applications that share common APIs and repositories, to exploit diverse content types and to serve multiple constituencies and numerous use cases across an organization.”
This definition rings true, especially for M-Files. The solution hangs its hat on easy integration with multiple repositories — like network folders, ERP, CRM — to present a unified user interface without the hassle of a massive migration project. M-Files also receives high marks for ease of content management — enabling the world’s workers to capture, access, manage and collaborate on documents from anywhere on any device.
Gartner features in this influential report specific mentions of vendors’ strengths and weaknesses. Highlights of the M-Files solution include:
- Customizable deployment with cloud services and/or on-premise, resulting in a true SaaS that automatically updates
- Repository-agnostic framework accompanied by the release of native artificial intelligence enabled metadata layers for easy contextualization of business information
- Ease of implementation in deploying the solution across a multitude of varying cases with the help of the professional services team and partner network
To learn why Gartner once again recognized M-Files as a visionary and to help understand the changing CSP landscape, download your free copy of the 2018 Gartner Magic Quadrant for Content Services Platforms, compliments of M-Files.