M-Files named a visionary in 2020 by Gartner

M-Files Corporation has been recognised as a Visionary in Gartner, Inc.'s 2020 Magic Quadrant for Content Services Platforms. In this year's evaluation of 18 vendors, Gartner named M-Files as a Visionary based on its completeness of vision and ability to execute. 

The M-Files intelligent, repository neutral platform utilises metadata and artificial intelligence (AI) to surface any relevant documents for a given user in context, regardless of where they are stored, including network folders, SharePoint, file-sharing services and other business systems and repositories across the organisation. Additionally, M-Files embeds within leading digital workplace platforms, including Microsoft 365, Salesforce and Google Workspace, allowing users to remain focused on the task at hand in the applications where they prefer to work.

Antti Nivala, CEO at M-Files said, "We believe our recognition by Gartner as a Visionary placed furthest for completeness of vision in the Magic Quadrant for Content Services Platforms validates that our context centric approach to intelligent information management uniquely supports the critical needs of the most innovative companies in today's unparalleled business climate. Our metadata-driven, folderless structure enables enterprises to intelligently connect content, improve worker productivity and solve complex workflows. We also feel Gartner's recognition reaffirms our strong federation strategy and modern approach that eliminates information silos and unifies data across repositories, a clear differentiator among our competitors. M-Files ensures increased productivity and business continuity in the new work-from-anywhere world." 

M-Files continues to modernise its offering with new emerging technologies, such as microservices-based cloud architecture and containerisation. M-Files Ground Link allows organisations to securely connect cloud and on-premises data repositories, enabling a 360-degree view of all content across multiple repositories. The flexible licensing model allows customers to utilise the same subscription without having to purchase separate licenses for both deployment options. This gives M-Files customers the flexibility to modernise their information management with cloud services at their own pace while leaving the option to store some data in their on-premises environment.

Going beyond traditional, zonal data capture, M-Files incorporates natural language understanding (NLU), to automatically learn and recognise the meaningful context of the content that drives a business. M-Files' NLU enables automatic analysis of lengthy, complex and unstructured documents such as legal agreements, policies and reports. M-Files achieves all this automatically without requiring specialised expertise, nor any time-consuming steps to train and tune its machine learning.

M-Files uses AI to bring disconnected data silos together and simplify the user experience without disturbing existing systems and processes. M-Files Discovery allows customers to identify content with value, ensuring that the most important information in any repository is easily accessible and managed efficiently. The platform unifies information across different sources based on context, not on the system or folder in which the information is stored. This allows users to find, access and manage information in all connected systems and repositories, all from a single view within the M-Files user interface, without requiring data migration.

Utilising cloud-based, AI-powered technology, M-Files delivers information when needed, regardless of where it is stored, connecting content across all platforms, and people across all locations. This allows powerful business process automation, streamlines workflows and frees knowledge workers to focus on high-skill, high-value work. The M-Files software-as-a-service (SaaS) business model continues to drive the company's strong growth. M-Files surpassed 100 per cent growth in subscription-based annual recurring revenue in 2019 over the previous year. 

Visit here for a complimentary copy of the 2020 Gartner Magic Quadrant for Content Services Platforms report: https://go.m-files.com/2020-Gartner-Magic-Quadrant-CSP-Post-Release-UK-EN.html  

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