The Most Popular Document Management Service for Salesforce

March 21, 2011
Salt Lake City, UT
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Thousands of lawyers, accountants, financial advisors and more use NetDocuments everyday to securely manage and share their content from the cloud. Salesforce CRM users are another fast growing constituency among NetDocuments users.

In fact, NetDocuments is the most popular all-time document management system among Salesforce users.

Since 2006, when NetDocuments first released its AppExchange integration, the rich customizable platform of Salesforce and NetDocuments has allowed the applications to be tightly integrated for all types of customers, including enterprise-level organizations such as Extra Space® Storage, as well as hundreds of financial service advisory, consulting and legal firms.

After four and half years, Salesforce's AppExchange currently lists NetDocuments in its rankings:

  • #1 Most Popular – (All-Time), paid document or content management, (4th overall when including free apps. All of which are feature add-ons and not true document mgmt).
  • 2nd Highest-Rated App for document or content management service (2nd to a fax- only service).

Check out our AppExchange listing to read the comments and ratings by typical customers, such as the customer who stated, "[NetDocuments] provides our organization with the capabilities we need, with the security we require, at a price we are able to afford."

Another customer commented on AppExchange that "I was looking for a SaaS service that would integrate with Salesforce. NetDocs was the only one I could find that would work properly for our needs. It's also HIPAA compliant."

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Post written by @DannymJohnson of the NetDocuments marketing team

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