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Vastbouw will manage projects, documents and workflows with M-Files

In an important step towards improving their project and document management processes, Fixed construction, a leading player in the construction industry, opted for M-Files as a central platform for managing project files and organising document and workflows. Vastbouw is accompanied in its implementation by GeONE, global M-Files partner of the year from Utrecht.

Greater efficiency thanks to integrated platform

The choice of M-Files is a strategic move for Vastbouw, aimed at moving beyond traditional document storage to a more integrated and intelligent management solution. M-Files distinguishes itself not only by acting as a storage medium, but also by facilitating digital approval workflows, supporting departments such as contract management, working with document templates and integrating various other systems such as the buyers' portal. This versatility makes M-Files an ideal platform for Vastbouw in pursuit of efficiency and optimisation of their work processes.

Different departments, one platform

Vastbouw's BIM manager Sebastiaan Berns shares his enthusiasm about this development: "The implementation of M-Files represents a significant advance in how we manage our project files and document flows. The ability to integrate a digital approval workflow and have direct connections with supporting departments and external platforms, such as our buyer portal, allows us to significantly improve our efficiency and take our service to the next level."

New standard in the construction industry

Bastiaan Brefeld, information management expert at GeONE, highlights the impact of this collaboration: "We are delighted to support Vastbouw in their digital transformation with M-Files. This project underlines our commitment to providing solutions that not only improve operational efficiency, but also lay a foundation for future growth and innovation. Together with Vastbouw, we are setting a new standard for document and project management in the construction industry."

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