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ABBYY and M-Files strengthen collaborative partnership

05 Jun 2019

ABBYY has announced a strengthened technology alliance with M‑Files, the intelligent information management company, that will boost AI-driven document management offerings for shared customers.

ABBYY has become an M‑Files Certified Application Partner (CAP) following the release of its FlexiCapture Connector for M-Files. The connector integrates ABBYY's intelligent data extraction and recognition capabilities with M‑Files intelligent information management solution to fully automate end-to-end business solutions, like accounts payable invoice automation.

The CAP program recognises partners who have received certification and provides support and assistance to develop and market business applications leveraging the M-Files intelligent information management platform

“Our enhanced partnership with M-Files is further evidence of the growing need for intelligent document processing solutions that enable business agility and support strategic digital transformation initiatives in enterprises," commented ABBYY SVP Bruce.

"We are honoured to be recognised as a M-Files Certified Application Partner and look forward to an effective and long-term collaboration for the benefit of our joint customers.”

The strengthened alliance also makes it easier to integrate ABBYY's Capture-as-a-Service functionality into M-Files, enabling users to take advantage of their classification, extraction, and transformation services at any point in a document's lifecycle.

“We are proud of the continued expansion of our fast-growing partnership with ABBYY, allowing us to enhance M-Files AI-driven solutions and services to improve business processes and customer experience," said M-Files VP Michael Tanner.

"Our close collaboration with ABBYY provides a renewed impetus to further leverage ABBYY's best in breed solution for AI-driven intelligent document processing in our innovative intelligent information management platform.”

Additionally, M-Files will be able to leverage ABBYY’s Text Analytics for Contracts, a SaaS platform providing contract discovery and analytics in its Intelligent Information Management platform.

ABBYY Text Analytics for Contracts integrates ABBYY’s powerful recognition, advanced linguistics, data capture and natural language processing capabilities to automatically identify and extract business intelligence from contracts and leases and speed up content migration and compliance.

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