Repstor Mobile transforms filing on the go
ECM software and matter management specialists, Repstor () has launched Repstor Mobile™ to bring bring easy, quick-file functionality to iOS and Android smartphone and tablet users from within their everyday mobile email tools.
Optimized for use with Outlook, but also available natively within standard iPhone/iPad and Android mobile email clients, Repstor Mobile makes filing emails and documents fast and instinctive from wherever users are located. Mac and Outlook Web Access users can also benefit from Repstor Mobile quick-filing.
Repstor Mobile addresses a growing challenge for organizations whose workforces spend a lot of time out of the office, sending and responding to email on the move. It prompts mobile users to file emails to the right location as they open them. As well as being more convenient for individuals, this promises to boost filing compliance – a significant improvement on scenarios that rely on users remembering to re-open and file emails at the end of the day or when they return to the office.
Designed from the outset to support multiple content repositories, Repstor Mobile integrates with SharePoint, M-Files and Box, with the option to support other popular content platforms.
The powerful mobile filing aid can be used as a mobile companion product to Repstor affinity™, Repstor’s Outlook-based content filing and access solution, or as a standalone product.
“Repstor Mobile is a powerful and invaluable addition to the Repstor product family, transforming information management convenience and compliance as increasing numbers of us interact with email, and in soaring volumes, on the go,” comments Alan McMillen, Repstor’s CEO. By providing secure, quick filing on any device, anywhere, Repstor Mobile is the solution for which organizations have been waiting.”
Behind a very clean and quick user experience is a powerful and very flexible capture engine, to support the filing of emails at scale. “Using Microsoft Azure architecture for email capture and filing gives a very, very fast performance, and avoids the common scenario with mobile email workarounds, which use folder mapping and create a big queue of emails to file.”