Mazars to transform mobility and enhance client experience with the M-Files Intelligent Information Management Solution
M-Files Corporation, the intelligent information management company, today announced that Mazars, a global audit, accounting and consulting organisation, has selected M-Files as its information management solution in the UK.
One of the 10 largest audit and accounting firms in the UK, Mazars is an international organisation specialising in audit, accountancy, tax, legal and advisory services that employs more than 18,000 professionals across 270 offices worldwide. The UK arm of the organisation required an information management solution that could help them manage their core business services information more efficiently, more securely and across multiple devices.
“We were looking to replace our file stores with an information management solution that would enable our employees to quickly access, share and manage information, regardless of whether they are in the office, travelling or with a client,” said David Bennett, Chief Technology Officer at Mazars UK. “We explored multiple options but M-Files was the only solution which offered all the functionality we required out-of-the-box, meaning no complicated or time-consuming customisation was needed.”
“M-Files will enable Mazars to control access to information in a more dynamic way, meaning less of a drain on IT resources, significantly improved auditability, but most importantly employees will be able to easily access the information they need, in a secure fashion,” said Tim Waterton, Director of UK Business at M-Files.
Mazars also plans to use the M-Files mobile app to enable its staff to work more productively. “The app will allow our accountants to access and manage information easily from anywhere in the world, but in a very secure and controlled manner,” continued Bennett. “M-Files will also allow us to provide a better client experience as we plan to integrate it with our client portal, allowing our accountants to quickly and securely share information with clients, and vice versa.”