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M-Files debuts knowledge work enhancements powered by M-Files Aino generative AI

M-Files, a leader in knowledge work automation, is enhancing its knowledge work automation platform aiming to revolutionize how knowledge workers operate.

According to the company, M-Files helps automate the entire process from document creation and management to workflow automation, external collaboration, enterprise search, security, compliance, and audit trail.

Powered by M-Files GenAI technology, M-Files Aino, the platform helps organize information, understand the context of documents, and interact with their organization's knowledge using natural language.

“The productivity of knowledge workers is critically important to the growth and profitability of businesses,” said Antti Nivala, founder and CEO, M-Files. “As we enter the era of knowledge work automation, M-Files is creating a new work paradigm with our knowledge work automation platform. Customers can now better leverage automation to organize documents to be easily found and used in the proper business context, improve process efficiency and accuracy by automating document-centric workflows, and reduce business risk by automating document security and compliance. With M-Files, knowledge workers gain a truly end-to-end automation solution.”

Building upon the company's commitment to enable customers to get more out of their organization’s knowledge, the M-Files knowledge work automation platform automates tasks, processes, and actions that previously required human interaction, according to the company.

M-Files Aino further increases productivity by allowing knowledge workers to ask questions from their data, summarize documents, or translate content into other languages. With M-Files Aino, knowledge workers get the benefits of advanced GenAI capabilities while keeping their data safe.

For more information about this news, visit www.m-files.com.

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