M-Files Named Among KMWorld’s 2024 100 Companies That Matter in Knowledge Management

M-Files Platform Recognized as a Pioneering Solution, Driving Advancements in Information Management

AUSTIN, Texas – March 18, 2024M-Files, the leader in knowledge work automation, today announced that the company has been named among KMWorld's 100 Companies That Matter in Knowledge Management for 2024. The annual list highlights industry-leading solutions that are paving the way for knowledge management.

Knowledge work automation helps professionals focus on their core competencies and value-added work by performing necessary and unstimulating tasks like generating documents and workflows. The M-Files knowledge work automation platform enables knowledge workers to work smarter by connecting repositories and systems involved in the entire document lifecycle to provide a 360-degree view of information across an organization. M-Files seamlessly automates entire processes from document creation and management to workflow automation, external collaboration, enterprise search, security, compliance, and audit trail. With M-Files, knowledge workers better understand the context of documents, improve process efficiency, and reduce business risk.

"Generative AI represents a cutting-edge frontier in enterprise technology, and we’re already seeing its impact by freeing knowledge workers from repetitive, time-consuming tasks,” said Antti Nivala, founder and CEO, M-Files. "At M-Files, we're unlocking the power of automation, machine learning, and AI to transform traditional manual processes, empowering businesses to embrace highly efficient digital workflows. We're honored by KMWorld's recognition, affirming our commitment to reshaping the landscape of knowledge work and giving organizations a competitive edge on their digital transformation journey."

M-Files revolutionizes how knowledge workers operate by eliminating mundane and administrative tasks and turning managing information into a driver of growth. Powered by M-Files GenAI technology, M-Files Aino, its knowledge work automation platform automates tasks, processes and actions that previously required human interaction to increase productivity, while also improving customer service and problem-solving abilities across an organization.

"Curating the list of the 100 companies that matter in knowledge management is always a joy," said Marydee Ojala, editor-in-chief, KMWorld. "Emerging technologies such as generative AI coupled with enhancements to the time-tested technologies of semantic search, NLP, cloud computing, natural language understanding, knowledge graphs, and chatbots have resulted in enormous strides in knowledge management and knowledge sharing.  The companies being recognized are wonderful examples of leaders that are helping organizations unlock the power of knowledge in innovative and creative ways. They stand out in the KM field and we applaud their accomplishments."

KMWorld’s 100 Companies That Matter in Knowledge Management list is featured in the March/April 2024 issue of KMWorld Magazine and online at https://www.kmworld.com/.

For more information on how M-Files is transforming the workplace, visit: https://www.m-files.com/

About M-Files

M-Files is the leading platform for knowledge work automation. With the M-Files platform, knowledge workers can find information faster, work smarter, and achieve more. M-Files features an innovative metadata-driven architecture, embedded workflow engine, and advanced artificial intelligence. This enables customers to eliminate information chaos, improve process efficiency, and automate security and compliance. For more information, visit www.m-files.com.

About KMWorld

With more than 25 years of market coverage experience serving both technology professionals and executive management, KMWorld is the premier resource for actionable advice and real direction on solutions and strategies in knowledge, content, document, and information management today. From advanced news and trends analysis to case studies and in-depth research, KMWorld guides more than 50,000 IT and business professionals involved in the evaluation, recommendation, and purchase of enterprise technology products and services.

Media Contacts:

Debra Dekelbaum, M-Files
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Ali Wolf, fama PR
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