M-Files and Konica Minolta deepen alliance
M-Files, the intelligent information management company, is strengthening its technology alliance with Konica Minolta, a global provider of document management, to bring their intelligent management solution to Europe.
With a heightened partnership, Konica Minolta Business Solutions Europe and M Files will enhance AI-driven document management offerings for shared customers.
The deeper alliance will enable users to benefit from Konica Minolta's existing document management solutions, strengthened by the M-Files next generation intelligent information management platform. The pan-European partnership will come into action this month.
“Our enhanced partnership with M-Files is further evidence of the growing need for intelligent document processing solutions that enable business agility and support strategic digital transformation initiatives across enterprises," said Katja Nick, product marketing manager – information management, Konica Minolta Business Solutions Europe. "We are delighted to be partnering with M-Files and look forward to an effective and long-term collaboration for the benefit of our joint customers.”
M-Files offers an intelligent information management platform that organizes content based on what it is, not where it's stored. Users can connect to existing network folders and systems to make them more intelligent with built-in workflow capabilities and advanced search and filter tools. The AI-powered information management solution, thus, perfectly fits into Konica Minolta’s portfolio for offered business process solutions.
“We are proud of the continued expansion of our rapidly growing partnership with Konica Minolta," said Scott Erickson, senior vice president of worldwide channel sales at M-Files. "Our close association with Konica Minolta and complementary offerings reinforce our commitment to support leading industry and public sector organizations, as well as companies of all sizes, including small and medium-sized businesses and large enterprises."
For more information about this news, visit www.m-files.com or www.konicaminolta.com.