M-Files Certified Application Partner Membership Triples
M-Files Recognizes Seidr as CAP of the Year, Celebrates Partners for Intelligent Information Management Solution Advancements
M-Files Corporation, the intelligent information management company, announced that its Certified Application Partner (CAP) membership tripled by the second year of the program. The thriving M-Files CAP program provides technical and marketing support for partners, independent software vendors (ISV) and resellers who develop customized applications that leverage the M-Files intelligent information management platform. The applications built by CAP program members extend M-Files into a wide variety of solutions, including vertical market offerings, preconfigured vault templates and workflows, analytics tools, user interface extensions and more.
“As we mark the two-year program anniversary, we recognize and applaud our certified partners for achieving high standards for technical excellence and customer service,” said Scott Erickson, senior vice president of channel sales at M-Files. “Our CAP program is thriving because it helps participants maximize their success by identifying the best technical integration methods and use of M-Files APIs, as well as optimal ways to reach both M-Files channel partners and customers with their products.”
Since the program’s launch at the 2017 M-Files European Partner Conference, M-Files has grown the CAP program to dozens of partners, some with multiple products. M-Files partner Seidr was recently recognized as the 2019 Certified Application Partner of the Year.
“We are thrilled to be named Certified Application Partner of the Year, and look forward to continued success in the program,” said Owen O’Connor, co-founder and president at Seidr. “We felt that our cloud-based integration platform, DatumSync, would add value to M-Files implementations by dynamically integrating M-Files with customer ERP and accounting solutions. The M-Files CAP program has enabled us to do just that, and everyone on the team has been fantastic to work with from the beginning.”
CAP members develop independent and stand-alone software that extends the functionality of the M-Files solution, such as imaging/OCR applications, metadata analysis and content migration tools, and prepackaged software that integrates with a variety of structured and unstructured information systems.
“The key value of the CAP program for Laminin Solutions is to be closer to M-Files, to get technical support, and to stay relevant and complementary to their future development plans with MFSQL Connector,” said LeRoux Cilliers, director, Laminin Solutions. “Another benefit is the marketing support and access to other resellers and customers outside of our own region.”
“In addition to the rich experience working with M-Files, our strengths are system integration and cloud technologies,” said Ivan Marković, CEO, Unitfly. “This is why we decided to join the CAP program – to bring products to market that extend M-Files integration capabilities and to connect M-Files with other Microsoft Azure services.”
EzeScan, a CAP program member, provides intelligent capture solutions based upon a WebApps platform that delivers a flexible solution via mobile phones and tablets to process and upload documents into M-Files while on the move.
“EzeScan views M-Files as a market leader in the information management space and being a part of the CAP program has given us visibility to the worldwide M-Files reseller and partner ecosystem,” said Bob Gristock, channel sales manager at EzeScan. “This has been very valuable for EzeScan and a key driver of increased sales revenue through M-Files resellers and partners.”
“We believe that M-Files has done a great job with the CAP program,” said Matt Irish, European partner manager at Objectif Lune. “It has helped us tremendously to build fantastic relationships with M-Files and their partners, and we look forward to continued success with the program.”