Built by a team of content management experts with decades of experience in the field, Docxonomy enables businesses of all sizes to easily find, use and share all their content — from mission-critical documents, presentations and emails to rich media files like images and videos — across the entire company.
Docxonomy users can intelligently search all their in-house repositories like file shares, document management systems and personal desktops without having to move any files from their existing locations. In addition, Docxonomy can also search across cloud-based systems such as SharePoint, OneDrive, Google’s G-Suite/Drive and Dropbox or allow users to directly upload, store and manage files in the Docxonomy cloud. Future cloud connectors will include Office 365, Salesforce, Slack and more.
For $15/user/month, Docxonomy users benefit from:
- Unlimited access to all Docxonomy features and connectors
- Unlimited content hosting in the Docxonomy Cloud
- Access to support and customer success teams
“Most content produced by businesses is unstructured – Word documents, emails, instant messages, memos, PDFs, audio and video files, etc. However, the valuable information in our various systems is useless if we can’t find it,” said Bryan Reynolds, founder and CEO at Docxonomy. “Using advanced artificial intelligence and natural language processing technology, Docxonomy identifies document types, discrete entities and concepts from these file types and structures these files for easy consumption, all within a secure and confidential environment. It’s the large-scale search we use in our everyday lives, but built for the most important data — your personal and company files — for a price anyone can afford.”
Docxonomy is an intelligent search platform that lets businesses of all sizes easily find, use and share their content. Built with companies of any size in mind, Docxonomy makes multiple in-house and cloud-based content management solutions, including email, Documentum, SharePoint and more, searchable and enables the extraction of file content into a universal format so users can find what they want, when they need it.