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Gimmal enables compliant collaboration in Microsoft Teams

Houston, TX – February 15, 2021 – Gimmal LLC, a Houston-based provider of information governance and compliance software, has just announced the release of Drop Zones for Microsoft Teams. With this solution, Microsoft Teams users have the ability to automatically apply metadata and properly store documents in SharePoint right from the Teams interface. With a simple drag and drop method, users can drop documents in a designated zone on Microsoft Teams to ease the burden of manual tagging and ensure documents are managed according to policies. While Drop Zones are not a new capability for the 18-year-old information governance company, the Teams integration has been made available to accommodate many newly dispersed workforces who are utilizing Teams for collaboration. To learning more about Drop Zones for Teams, visit https://blog.gimmal.com/product/drop-zones-for-teams “With so many organizations implementing Microsoft Teams during the global pandemic, we wanted to deliver an elegant solution that would allow Microsoft Teams users to enable information governance from within Teams: by putting their documents in the right place, with the right metadata, whilst enabling application of records lifecycle when used with the Gimmal Records platform,” says Patrick Wong, Vice President of Product Management at Gimmal. This news comes in the wake of many recent initiatives and accomplishments of the company, including: The acquisition of migration software company, ECM Wise The acquisition of physical records software company, Infolinx The achieved Preferred Partner status for Microsoft’s Content Services Program

Gimmal recognized as Microsoft Preferred Partner during launch of Project Cortex

Houston, TX – September 24, 2020 – Gimmal LLC, a provider of information governance software and solutions, has been recognized as a Microsoft Preferred Partner during the launch of Microsoft’s Project Cortex. Project Cortex, a Microsoft 365 initiative that leverages the power of artificial intelligence (AI), empowers organizations with the correct knowledge and expertise needed to thrive in everyday activities. Preferred Partner status is reserved for members of the Microsoft Content Services Partner Program who have dedicated time to deep training and technical delivery of knowledge and insights solutions. Microsoft recently announced the first product in Project Cortex, SharePoint Syntex. Gimmal, paired with SharePoint Syntex, will improve the user experience through automating content processing and knowledge transformation while ensuring complete compliance. Benefits of this partnership include: Gimmal and SharePoint Syntex allow users to have the most advanced automated records management system ever available. By automatically applying metadata, Gimmal can ensure the correct classification of records to the File Plan. Modern term set management is not just in SharePoint, but throughout Microsoft 365. “We are excited to achieve this level of partnership with Microsoft and look forward to continuing to work together to provide enhanced information governance solutions to the market,” states Gimmal President and Chief Strategy Officer, Chris Caplinger.

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