We’re delighted to see our friends in the media taking the time to write about the launch of M-Files Cloud Vault.
“M-Files is a nice halfway step for businesses wanting to be able to leverage the power of connected and aggregated data. Functionally it’s a nice fit for enterprise users who are accustomed to the Windows way of working – the pricing while at the upper end when compared to offerings like Box.net, is not completely out of the ballpark.”
Needless to say, we’re thrilled to see some enterprise-focused coverage of M-Files.
Meanwhile, over at CMSwire, David Roe has also been banging on Cloud Vault, after his earlier review of our integration of M-Files with MS Dynamics CRM. David rightly points out that there are other SaaS-based choices in the marketplace, but adds:
“So while Cloud Vault is a comprehensive and robust cloud-based document management software, there are others. However, times being what they are with a pricing of US$ 19.95 user/month or US$ 199.95 user/year combined with its functionality, Cloud Vault should be a real contender for SMB attention.”
“We think it’s high time that mainstream Windows users had access to a smart and simple solution for managing important business documents,” said Greg Milliken, president of Motive Systems. “Our M-Files technology sets the standard in high-value document management, and M-Files Cloud Vault builds on our unrivaled foundation of ease of use by eliminating the need to purchase or set up a server. A key to a successful implementation of a solution like this is fast and broad user adoption, and that’s where we excel. Using M-Files is just like using Windows Explorer, so it’s second nature to be instantly productive with M-Files.”