New Collabmail product from Collabware enables simplified filing of email and attachments to SharePoint without the need to leave Outlook.
Vancouver, BC – July 20, 2016 – Collabware today announced the general availability release of Collabmail, its new product focused on integrating Outlook and SharePoint for simplified Enterprise Content Management (ECM). Collabmail provides easy to use drag and drop functionality for filing emails and attachments within SharePoint, and for attaching SharePoint content to outbound emails.
Collabmail is an Outlook add-in that seamlessly integrates SharePoint into the desktop experience by providing users with the ability to navigate SharePoint sites and libraries, without leaving Outlook, in order to retrieve or file new content. When filing new content, Collabmail adheres to Enterprise Content Management (ECM) compliance requirements by prompting users to provide required metadata, which is a feature unavailable in standard Outlook.
“Our goal as an organization is to provide enterprise users with a simplified ECM experience by ensuring that they can easily work with their information without having to constantly switch applications.” says Graham Sibley, CEO at Collabware. “At the same time, we need to ensure that enterprise records management compliance is being achieved. Collabmail helps organizations achieve both these outcomes.”
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Collabware provides intelligent information management and team collaboration software designed to make teams more productive, protect high-value information, and help organizations rapidly locate the information they need to make better decisions. Our software has been widely deployed by companies in regulated industries, including finance & insurance; mining & natural resources; government; healthcare & pharmaceutical; manufacturing, utilities & transportation; and entertainment & education. Spanning North America, Australia, Europe, Asia and Africa, our customers range in size from small public-sector organizations to Fortune 50 enterprises.