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Adlib teams up with Microsoft on content services


Adlib Software, a global leader in file analytics and data enrichment solutions, has been named a charter member in the new Microsoft Content Services Partner Program.

As a longstanding Gold Partner in the Microsoft Partner Network, Microsoft selected Adlib Software for its Capture and Migration content services segments.

The companies seek to redefine legacy enterprise content management (ECM) to serve modern customer needs ranging from document-centric process automation, to simplified compliance scenarios, to data-driven business decisions. According to Microsoft, with Adlib, Microsoft users will be able to access, clean, extract, and enhance data from unstructured documents transforming it into actionable business intelligence that fuels innovation, elevates customer experiences, and simplifies regulatory compliance.

The ECM market, traditionally focused on using technology to manage business data, is transitioning toward content services which focuses not only on the management of content but also on how businesses can leverage data-driven business intelligence to accelerate and enhance business operations. As an established and trusted vendor in the ECM space and recognized strong performer in the emerging File Analytics space, Adlib is uniquely positioned to solve new challenges in the industry.

"Our partnership showcases our commitment to help customers create an end-to-end digital strategy where unstructured data is transformed into high quality structured data that fuels business intelligence and process automation," said Rob Schaafsma, director of technical business development at Adlib Software. 

Adlib and Microsoft have already found synergies together through the Content Services Partner Program in responding to a key customer need in the insurance industry, and also hope that the complementary solutions they bringing to market will benefit mutual customers, noted Microsoft’s Chris McNulty senior product manager, SharePoint and OneDrive.

To learn more about Adlib and Microsoft partnership, go to www.adlibsoftware.com/products-and-services/integrations/microsoft.aspx


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