Curo Group has selected M-Files as its core information management system, mainly around tenancy and property management, HR and back-office operations.
Curo and M-Files have designed a new, metadata-driven solution to manage documents, automate compliance and optimise business processes. About 20 document classes have been defined with automated metadata and access controls to ensure compliance with regulatory requirements. This metadata approach will also enable the contextual presentation of content by relating documents to each other as well as to additional information such as tenants, properties or projects.
Tom Battersby, director of ICT, Curo Group, “Managing large amounts of documents under strict compliance with regulatory controls is core to our business. Our old document management solution could no longer keep pace so we were looking for a much more intelligent and flexible way to manage information.
“M-Files impressed us with its rich out-of-the box functions. Also, the ease of integration and flexibility to meet our specific needs were very appealing. With M-Files, we expect to reach new levels of efficiency and user satisfaction.”
M-Files will integrate with Curo’s existing file-sharing services, Aareon QL (Curo’s housing management system) and the M-Files repository itself to create a unified user experience for around 600 users with access to over two million documents.