Latest Release of Cloudfind Automated Tagging Solution Adds Support for Dropbox

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Cloud-based CRM users can now instantly drill through to relevant files in Dropbox using auto-generated tags.

Cloudfind has made it much easier to integrate Salesforce with Dropbox.

UK tech startup Cloudfind today announced a set of enhancements to its cloud file tagging application, headlining with support for Dropbox for Business.

Cloudfind helps businesses who use cloud-based CRM alongside third-party cloud storage platforms, to quickly and easily retrieve related files within everyday sales, marketing and business operations processes.

With Cloudfind, users locate precisely the documents they need, within just a few clicks, by using simple and familiar tags created automatically by Cloudfind. This provides a quick, easy way to slice-and-dice through thousands of files and folders. Compared to sifting through results from keyword-based searches, tagging files by hand, or asking colleagues for help, Cloudfind offers a faster, more intuitive and much more effective solution.

With the latest release, Cloudfind offers businesses who use Salesforce an instant, automatic, tag-based interface to surface relevant files stored in Dropbox, without the need to migrate, duplicate or synchronize existing files.

Specialist construction firm Engineering Express, Inc. is already live with the new Cloudfind for Dropbox. Based in Florida with clients across the US, the company provides custom structures for innovative architectural design projects. Head of Business Systems Efficiency, Gabriel Saslafsky commented: "Cloudfind has made it much easier for us to integrate Salesforce with essential files from Dropbox, and to present the right information in the right context. That saves us time, helps us get to related information instantly, and makes life easier for our distributed team."

Cloudfind for Dropbox includes the ability to open files from a user’s Dropbox that have been synchronised to their local hard disk. For firms with large video, media or engineering design files, this avoids long download times and user frustration.

Other features in the new release include:

  •     Tag-based control of operational vs non-operational (archive) files
  •     One-click sharing of links to Dropbox files from within Salesforce.com
  •     Tag aliasing, allowing users to find files using alternative tags

The latest Cloudfind release is available immediately, via the Salesforce AppExchange.

Cloudfind will be exhibiting at Dreamforce in San Francisco, October 13-16.

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