Lartis Consulting Group Delivers Purpose-built ECM to Acomba Accounting Software with M-Files

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Canadian IT Firm Becomes the Latest Member of the M-Files Partner Program

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M-Files was a good fit for us, and the ease of use and affordability of M-Files makes it an ideal solution for the smaller organizations we target.

M-Files Inc., the developer of M-Files flexible cloud and on-premise enterprise content management (ECM) solutions, today announced that Lartis Consulting Group, a Quebec-based process optimization consulting firm targeting the accounting industry, is now offering customers of the popular Acomba accounting software integrated tools for managing and tracking accounting-related documents and processes based on the M-Files ECM platform.

Lartis Consulting Group has also become the latest member of the rapidly growing M-Files global network of partners. The M-Files Partner Program enables solution providers and resellers to get in on the ground floor as M-Files establishes a leadership position in the rapidly growing ECM market. M-Files Partners commonly sell and service M-Files in conjunction with existing solution portfolios to help businesses deliver industry-specific solutions to organize, manage and track documents, information and processes to improve productivity and quality and support compliance initiatives.

Lartis Consulting Group discovered M-Files while searching for a solution that would enable one of its customers to become paperless in an industry in which the company managed a vast amount of plans and contractual documents. While testing M-Files, they discovered that the system could not only manage documents, but also processes, and that the ECM solution could help several of its existing customers. In addition, their experience in the accounting industry and expertise with Acomba accounting software helped them see that improved tools for managing information and processes would address a widespread need in accounting.

"Integrating M-Files with Acomba to add document management and ECM functionality to this widely-used accounting system for small to mid-sized businesses enables us to help minimize the time lost in processes that doesn’t add value to our clients' business," said Sylvain Laurence, president of Lartis Consulting Group. "Process optimization for SMBs has to be very practical, with a rapid return on investment. M-Files was a good fit for us, and the ease of use and affordability of M-Files makes it an ideal solution for the smaller organizations we target."

"Document and information management is often at the top of the list of processes that businesses need to improve, and by adding M-Files ECM to its portfolio, Lartis Consulting Group now has a powerful solution to address this need for its customer base," said Scott Erickson, vice president of channel sales at M-Files Inc. "Our partnership increases the value Lartis Consulting Group delivers to their customers, while also creating an exciting new revenue stream and growth opportunity.”

About Lartis Consulting Group
Lartis Consulting Group is a process optimization consulting firm and specializes in Acomba implementation and related software development. The company's goal is to improve its clients' business processes by employing a combination of proven methodologies, strategic assessment, training, operations analysis, and seamless implementation. For more information, visit

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, the M-Files blog, and follow us on Facebook and Twitter.

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