MediaValet announces full integration with Microsoft Office365
FREMONT, CA: Provider of cloud-based digital asset management software (DAMS), MediaValet Inc announced full integration with Microsoft's cloud-based productivity suite, Office 365, including Outlook, Word, Excel and PowerPoint which as the company claims eliminates the barriers that currently prevent organizations from easily accessing and utilizing their corporate marketing and communication material. The new Office 365 enabled version of MediaValet would allow customers to centralize on the cloud platform via Office356 wherein all resources would be available at one place.
"At Microsoft, we're committed to providing best-in-class platforms and productivity services and to do so we depend on technology partners to integrate their innovative solutions into our experiences," said Mary-Ellen Anderson, VP Developer Experience and Evangelism, Microsoft Canada. "By incorporating their Azure-based digital asset management solution into integration of Office 365 productivity suite, MediaValet has made it easier for organizations, and their entire staff, around the Globe to access their brand assets -- in turn helping their teams and partners achieve more in a mobile-first, cloud-first world." she added.
Earlier in March, Microsoft reported that there are 1.2 billion users worldwide of Office products and over 60 million monthly active Office 365 commercial customers. The integration is aims to further empower business users with secure enterprise ecosystems that connect productivity and marketing technologies.
"From the beginning, the benefits of digital asset management systems have been the sole domain of marketing teams -- today that changes," commented David MacLaren, founder and CEO of MediaValet. "Today, we make it possible for marketing teams to extend those benefits to all staff, partners, and vendors within their organization's ecosystems." he added.
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