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TMCNet:  M-Files Introduces New Version of Enterprise Information Management Solution With Enhanced Document Collaboration Capabilities

[June 26, 2014]

M-Files Introduces New Version of Enterprise Information Management Solution With Enhanced Document Collaboration Capabilities

(M2 PressWIRE Via Acquire Media NewsEdge) Tampere, Finland - M-Files Corporation, a provider of solutions that dramatically improve how enterprises manage documents and other information, today announced the immediate availability of M-Files 10.1, which features improved document collaboration capabilities for users.

The latest release of the M-Files enterprise information management (EIM) solution includes several new features, including the ability for users to easily annotate, redline and comment on Microsoft Word documents, Excel spreadsheets, PowerPoint presentations, Visio documents and PDFs. Multiple users can simultaneously annotate and redline the same file directly from the M-Files client interface without modifying the original file. Content owners have the flexibility to view everyone's markups at once or see them individually.

For more information about M-Files annotations and redlining capabilities, watch this video.

"The ability for M-Files users to annotate, redline and comment on documents improves the review and communication process among team members who are collaborating on business-critical files and records," said Mika Javanainen, senior director of product management at M-Files Corporation. "The enhanced collaboration features in M-Files enable companies to streamline their document review and approval processes, reduce file revision cycle times, eliminate errors and improve compliance." Additional New Features and Capabilities in M-Files 10.1 - Usability improvements to M-Files Web Access.

- Compatibility with Citrix XenApp, which allows IT administrators to host the M-Files client application centrally on servers and allow users to use it remotely via the XenApp client.

- Support for M-Files Server to work with AlwaysOn Availability Groups in SQL server, which improves high-availability and disaster recovery capabilities of the M-Files server service.

- All improvements featured in M-Files 10.1 can be found in the release notes.

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-premise, 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 organizations 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.

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(c) 2014 M2 COMMUNICATIONS

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