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November 24, 2010

eFileCabinet unveils enhanced Web-based client portal service

Integrates with eFileCabinet v5.0, an electronic document management system

By CBR Staff Writer

eFileCabinet, a provider of enterprise content management offerings, has unveiled SecureDrawer v2.0, the new version of its Web-based client portal service that enables users to share files via a secure, online repository.

The SecureDrawer v2.0 provides users flexibility and ease when sharing files that are either too large or sensitive to distribute via public email, or files that would require a FTP exchange or overnight delivery service.

The new portal services comes with enhanced features including: improved user groups and permissions, a flexible interface allowing users to drag and drop files into the portal, and enhanced custom branding and login features and the capability to import users via CSV file.

eFileCabinet president and CEO Matt Peterson said the SecureDrawer allows them to improve their customer service and loyalty while still meeting data security regulations and dramatically reducing the time and money spent sending files through traditional methods.

In addition, the SecureDrawer v2.0 integrates with eFileCabinet v5.0, an electronic document management system that was released in September of this year.

"The tight integration of SecureDrawer v2.0 with eFileCabinet v5.0 makes us a very compelling suite of products for customers to capture, manage and protect their data," Peterson said.

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