M-Files and goVirtualOffice Showcase M-Files for NetSuite at SuiteWorld 2012

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M-Files Enhances Leading ERP and Financial Software Suite with Purpose-built ECM capabilities for Managing Financial/Accounting, CRM, Inventory, eCommerce and Compliance Information

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We've found that we can help organizations maximize their investments in NetSuite by augmenting it with tightly-integrated, purpose-built ECM that links all documents and information directly to related transactions in NetSuite.

M-Files Inc., the developer of M-Files flexible cloud and on-premise enterprise content management (ECM) solutions, is partnering with goVirtualOffice to showcase M-Files for NetSuite during SuiteWorld 2012, the NetSuite Annual Conference on May 14 - 17, 2012 in San Francisco, CA. M-Files and GoVirtualOffice will be exhibiting at booth# EX151.

At SuiteWorld 2012, attendees and exhibitors will hear from NetSuite leaders, industry experts and other NetSuite customers. Keynote sessions featured speakers such as Zach Nelson, NetSuite president and CEO, and Evan Goldberg, NetSuite founder and CTO.

NetSuite enables companies to manage core business operations in a single system, which includes Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP), accounting, Customer Relationship Management (CRM), and eCommerce. M-Files for NetSuite improves productivity and reduces errors by making all relevant documents, such as invoices, purchase orders, financial statements, inventory sheets and shipping forms, and so on, instantly available from within NetSuite.

ā€œNetSuite is great for managing business operations, but it wasn't specifically designed with content management in mind, yet content, including office documents, emails, scanned paper, etc... are crucial to the information and processes managed with NetSuite,ā€ said Greg Milliken, president of M-Files Inc. "We've found that we can help organizations maximize their investments in NetSuite by augmenting it with tightly-integrated, purpose-built ECM that links all documents and information directly to related transactions in NetSuite. The resulting solution drives productivity and quality by reducing or eliminating paper-based processes, improving reporting accuracy and providing a permanent electronic record for any ERP, CRM or financial event.ā€

The integration of M-Files and NetSuite was led by goVirtualOffice.com, an M-Files and NetSuite Solution Provider. The solution enables documents and information stored in the M-Files vault to be directly tagged and linked with associated transactions within NetSuite. Documents and information can then be automatically classified and indexed using any tag or metadata property, including the customer, contact, and/or project to which it is related. With M-Files for NetSuite invoices, purchase orders, inventory sheets, compliance certification documentation, bills of materials, and shipping and fulfillment documents can all be instantly retrieved when needed directly within the NetSuite interface.

"M-Files for NetSuite can be configured for companies in need of an effective platform for compliance with industry standards and regulations,ā€ said Dirk Shimpach, Managing Partner at goVirtualOffice. "M-Files for NetSuite empowers companies to organize, track and audit information, processes and events, while also dictating how and where confidential documentation and data is stored, accessed and maintained."

About M-Files Inc.
M-Files Inc. develops the award-winning M-Files enterprise content management (ECM) system and cloud-based service M-Files Cloud Vault that runs on the Windows Azure platform. M-Files is easy to deploy, learn and use, and has enabled thousands of businesses in over 90 countries make dramatic gains in efficiency and productivity by improving the way they organize and manage their business documents, information and processes. M-Files is available in 24 languages and is in use at customers such as AstraZeneca, EADS, Flybe Airlines and Parker Hannifin. For more information, visit us at http://www.m-files.com, the M-Files blog, and follow us on Facebook and Twitter.

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