itb-nz logo
Story image

DocSmart named M-Files APAC Partner of the Year

12 Oct 2020

M-Files announced its top five partners worldwide, with Auckland-based DocSmart solutions being named APAC Partner of the Year.

The award winners were cited for achievements in channel programme excellence and sales and marketing innovation based on M-Files technology.

“We were very proud at DocSmart to be named APAC Partner of the Year for 2020. We have been an M-Files Partner since 2012 and we are constantly amazed at how powerful the software has become,” says DocSmart Solutions director Treve Clayton. 

“The recent enhancements in artificial intelligence, connectivity and embedded UI have turned M-Files from a highly rated enterprise content management system to a truly world-class intelligent information management platform. It has been a fantastic first eight years of this partnership and we are excited about the next eight years and beyond!”

The awards were announced at the 2020 M-Files Global Partner Conference, a virtual event attended by more than 200 partner companies from 67 countries.

“In an age of unprecedented disruption, our Global Partner Awards recognise those who enable customer success through digital transformation,” says M-Files worldwide channel sales senior vice president Scott Erickson.

“As companies face a new reality of providing flexible work environments, we celebrate the innovative ways our partners are utilising the M-Files platform to help customers future-proof their businesses by ensuring seamless access to documents and information while mitigating risk."

“Whilst 2020 has been an extremely unusual and challenging year for everyone, our team has been working hard to ensure our customers are constantly leveraging the power of M-Files,” a post on the DocSmart LinkedIn page stated. 

In comments under the post, two M-Files executives said that the award was “well deserved.”

The full list of global and regional award winners:

DocSmart Solutions, APAC Partner of the Year

GeOne, Global Partner of the Year

Br-iT Software, LATAM Partner of the Year

Marco Technologies, North America Partner of the Year

MechSoft, EMEA Partner of the Year

The event included a wide variety of speakers, including M-Files leaders speaking to the company’s business objectives and strategies, as well as trends and new and upcoming features that will meet those expectations.

Partner companies also had the opportunity to speak at the event, discussing integrations and opportunities that channel partners could find within them. 

More opportunity was found at specialised sessions that offered marketing, development, consulting and customer success advice.

Story image
Dynatrace builds 500+ integrations into Software Intelligence Hub
"We are providing customers with easy access to a huge array of technologies that are automatically discovered, and we are constantly adding new ones.”More
Story image
New digital conference details best practices for Microsoft 365 optimisation
In this virtual conference, leading practitioners come together to share their real-world success (and failure) stories and share their tips and tricks on optimising their Microsoft 365 and SharePoint investments.More
Story image
Need for greater understanding of data security responsibility as cloud adoption grows - report
Despite the accelerated adoption of cloud services, there was a lack of clarity and confidence regarding the protection and recovery of data stored in public clouds.More
Story image
Why business continuity must adapt to secure the new way of working
It’s now clear that unplanned digital transformation undertaken at the outset of lockdowns, no matter how justified, could have consequences that will be felt for the next few years.More
Story image
Identity in the age of eKYC & digital onboarding journeys
When an onboarding process is architected correctly, there are tangible benefits for customer satisfaction.More
Story image
Dynatrace greatly expands infrastructure monitoring capabilities
The announcement means DevOps and site reliability engineering teams (SREs) will be better-placed to easily search and analyse real-time and historical logs from any source, all in a centralised location, without log-targeting or manual intervention. More