M-Files recognised in 2022 Nucleus Value Matrix

M-Files has been named a Leader in the 2022 Nucleus Research Content Services and Collaboration Value Matrix Report. This year's Leader designation reaffirms the company’s commitment to helping knowledge workers increase productivity and improve work quality by making information easy to find and use.

M-Files continues to exemplify innovation in information management with its metadata-based and repository agnostic platform, enabling users to manage and search for data regardless of where it is stored. The company’s strategic product advancements that strengthen internal and external content collaboration, boost the security and privacy of client documents and data, and help customers meet compliance requirements, solidified M-Files' leadership in the content services and collaboration markets this year.

As a leader, M-Files plays a role in helping companies enable remote workforces to easily manage, find, and secure information. The company’s metadata-driven document management platform connects people with the content that they need, when they need it, allowing knowledge workers to instantly find the right information in any context, automate business processes, and enforce information control.

Antti Nivala, Founder, and CEO, M-Files said, “being recognised as a Leader is a testament to our ability to ensure knowledge flows quickly, effortlessly, and securely. M-Files' automated document management workflows increase the consistency of work product and reduce errors to drive better business outcomes. We are proud to help midsize and enterprise businesses gain a leading edge as they heighten work quality, reduce business risk, and enable superior customer experiences."

Nucleus Research evaluated content management vendors based on their solution’s usability, functionality, and value to the user. While other firms’ market reports position vendors based on the analyst’s opinions, the Nucleus Value Matrix evaluates vendors based on an analysis of actual end-user experiences that drive the value customers achieve from the solution.

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