M-Files has bought Hubshare in order to provide an information exchange platform and portal to strengthen housing providers’ digital relationships with their tenants.
Hubshare offers a secure digital workplace portal that enhances end-user and tenant engagement through collaborative working, secure file sharing and project management tools.
Unlike most file sync-based document portals where information is copied from an enterprise content repository, M-Files now offers a secure and integrated system for internal and external collaboration without data duplication. While the M-Files user experience is optimised for streamlining internal document management processes, the new Hubshare functionality in M-Files is designed for the provision of key information such as documents, people, processes, discussions and more to external users, such as housing providers’ tenants, via a branded portal optimised for a better external user experience.
Antti Nivala, founder and CEO, M-Files, said, “The Hubshare acquisition helps us to deliver a better digital experience for tenants through timely information sharing and collaboration. Our integrated offering now extends M-Files from the back office to the frontline of our housing customers’ businesses.”