M-Files Opens UK Office to Meet Growing Demand for Enterprise Information Management Solutions

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Recognised Leader in Document Management Expands UK Sales and Channel Development

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The IT-savvy UK document management market is growing quickly because organisations of all sizes and across a wide array of industries are looking for easy-to-use and secure alternatives for managing their information assets

M-Files Corporation, a provider of solutions that dramatically improve how enterprises manage documents and other information, today announced the opening of its United Kingdom office in Reading, Berkshire. The new M-Files UK office, along with increased investment in personnel and marketing, is part of the company’s commitment to increasing its presence in the region, and helping more UK companies drive growth, value and innovation by simplifying and improving the way they manage and process business information assets.

The expansion comes as an increasing number of UK businesses are realising that information management is a strategic priority, and it is driving them to eliminate manual processes and replace existing document management systems that have proven to be complex and difficult to use. Common requirements include the need to transition away from the use of unmanaged network file folders, and getting control of personal and less secure file sync and sharing apps for managing business content. Companies are turning to enterprise information management solutions such as M-Files to eliminate content chaos and information silos while enabling fast and easy access to the right documents and other information from any core business system and device.

"The IT-savvy UK document management market is growing quickly because organisations of all sizes and across a wide array of industries are looking for easy-to-use and secure alternatives for managing their information assets", said Julian Cook, Director of UK Business Development at M-Files. "Legacy document management and ECM systems generally haven’t met expectations for a variety of reasons, but a common one is low user adoption because they are complicated or cumbersome to use, so employees just work around them. M-Files is bringing a new approach to information management that is simple and intuitive without trading off the advanced security, workflow and compliance support companies are demanding".

The M-Files office in the UK is located at Dukesbridge House, 23 Duke Street, Reading, RG1 4SA.

A recognised global leader in the enterprise information management (EIM) and document management markets, M-Files has thousands of customers and more than 400 partners in more than 100 countries. The company has received numerous awards and accolades, as well as recognition in key industry and analyst reports, such as inclusion in the Gartner Magic Quadrant for Enterprise Content Management (ECM), the Nucleus Research ECM Value Matrix and the Forrester Wave: Enterprise Content Mangement.

About M-Files Corporation
M-Files enterprise information management (EIM) solutions eliminate information silos and provide quick and easy access to the right content from any core business system and device. M-Files achieves higher levels of user adoption resulting in faster ROI with a uniquely intuitive approach to EIM that is based on managing information by "what" it is versus "where" it's stored. With flexible on-premises, cloud and hybrid deployment options, M-Files places the power of EIM in the hands of the business user and reduces demands on IT by enabling those closest to the business need to access and control content based on their requirements. Thousands of organisations in over 100 countries use the M-Files EIM system as a single platform for managing front office and back office business operations, which improves productivity and quality while ensuring compliance with industry regulations and standards, including companies such as SAS, Elekta and EADS. For more information, visit http://www.m-files.com.

M-Files is a registered trademark of M-Files Corporation. All other registered trademarks belong to their respective owners.

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