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Oris4 to unveil latest integration at Salesforce.com event in Toronto

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HALIFAX, June 23, 2014 /PRNewswire/ - Oris4 will participate in salesforce.com's Force1 World Tour event in Toronto on June 25th and unveil a new integration developed for a major telecom designed to help improve user adoption of salesforce.com's social enterprise application, Chatter, while improving the company's ability to quickly find files across multiple software applications like SharePoint, email and network drives via salesforce.com.

According to Google's Eric Schmidt, "Every two days now we create as much information as we did from the dawn of civilization up until 2003. That's something like five Exabyte of data."[i] This massive amount of content is stored across numerous applications and the Internet and as a result is often difficult to find.

"Our previous integrations which automatically link files from SharePoint, email, and the most popular cloud-based file storage solutions were key in understanding how we can enhance the social enterprise experience" according to Reza Kazemipour, CEO of Oris4. "Clients were asking us how we could improve their ability to easily find previously shared presentations and relevant comments regarding the opportunities they were currently working on. Working with the client team really helped us design this offering and we're ready to share that experience."

According to IDC, information workers waste a significant amount of time each week dealing with a variety of challenges related to working with documents. This wasted time amounts to a loss of 21.3% of the organizational total productivity. For organizations with 1000 employees, this time wasted would equal hiring an additional 213 workers.[ii] Oris4 helps clients gain back the lost time looking for and managing their files by providing an easy point and click search method that gives users a secure, centralized view of an organization's files.

"During one of our presentations there was a lot of excitement. One executive said, "This will make us use salesforce even more." said Peter Hickey, founder of Oris4. "That's the fun part. Seeing something we built get the client excited. We've tied it all together; salesforce, the social enterprise, SharePoint, email and the cloud. We're giving people a complete view of the information they require to make decisions and win business."

Social enterprise software is gaining popularity within many organizations for its ability to share information and collaborate with colleagues organizations have adopted it as part of their culture. Oris4 allows for content shared within Chatter to be automatically organized and linked to relevant contacts, accounts and opportunities.

About Oris4

At Oris4, we automate the organization of content. Oris4 is an easy to use and scalable cloud content management system that delivers real ROI for business as soon as you install it. The system gathers and indexes information from sources such as SharePoint, Salesforce, network drives and email, organizing it in a manner that lets you find anything in a few clicks. Each file is linked to the people or companies you are working with and available to you regardless of how and where it was saved. For more information visit Oris4.com.


[i] Techcrunch.com, Eric Schmidt "Every 2 Days We Create As Much Information As We Did Up To 2003" August 4, 2010
[ii] IDC, Bridging the Productivity Gap: New Challenges and Opportunities for IT, September 2012.

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