Microsoft partners with TechnologyOne on enterprise content management

Microsoft partners with TechnologyOne on enterprise content management

Integrates Office 365 into software providers ECM solution

Microsoft and TechnologyOne have forged an agreement that will see Office 365 integrated into TechnologyOne’s enterprise content management (ECM) solution.

The partnership was unveiled at Microsoft’s 2015 Connect conference in New York City where the vendor also released details of its Graph API, a unified API endpoint, for accessing data, intelligence, and insights from the Microsoft Cloud.

According to a company statement, the integration will provide automated capture of emails from Microsoft Outlook into ECM.

TechnologyOne executive chairman, Adrian Di Marco, said it was a great initiative for both organisations, emphasising the importance of the research and development organisations working together to deliver a Cloud first, mobile first world.

“It provides a clear path forward for customers who wish to use Office 365 with our software, enabling us to deliver on our promise of transforming business and making life simple for our customers.

“This collaboration with Microsoft, and our focus on customer experience, demonstrates our ongoing commitment to research and innovation here at TechnologyOne,” he said.

Microsoft has also launched a website showcasing its nine new Microsoft Graph API partners. TechnologyOne is currently the only enterprise software provider included among the list of Cloud-based vendors.

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