Most of us have already heard about Microsoft and Dropbox working together to make our online storing and file syncing a much better experience. There is a growing investment in fully integrated document management solutions such as Xerox’s Docushare and IBM’s FileNet. The field is a myriad of providers that are the ones that own the business relationship and not the ones that cater to consumers.
Gartner reviewed its Magic Quadrant for the enterprise file synchronization and sharing (EFSS) market. It was predicted that less than 10 percent of today’s vendors would still have standalone offerings in 2017. It is also predicted to move towards a more business-process-automation (BPA) approach in offering capitalize on integrated workflows and collaboration. However, the growth is beyond simply offering storage and file syncing services.
Recently, Tri-Copy and Konica Minolta Business Solutions, U.S.A. entered this space in full force with FileAssist. We have a distinct advantage over our direct competitors as well as the likes of Microsoft and Dropbox. We deliver a fully integrated workflow-focused solution that leverages all types of Business Process Automation. We also offer exceptional user experience while delivering extensibility to collaboration tools like MS Outlook and OpenText. FileAssit gives instant access, security, and control to small and medium sized businesses.
The partnership of Microsoft and Dropbox helps bring two companies toward a solutions approach for the enterprise space. This is great news, but we were the first to embrace this practice. If you are ready to try FileAssist or just want to know more information, contact Tri-Copy today and we will be glad to answer any and all questions you may have.