|By NeonDrum News||
|May 26, 2014 12:03 PM EDT||
UK tech startup Cloudfind today announced its participation as a Gold Sponsor of the Salesforce1 World Tour event in London's ExCeL Centre, May 22nd, 2014. Cloudfind will demonstrate how its new app helps enterprises improve collaboration by automatically tagging files stored in the cloud according to the customers, projects and topics they relate to.
"People lose time every day, tracking down just the right files to share with colleagues or customers, sifting by hand through digital clutter," commented Cloudfind CEO Sebastian Toke-Nichols. "Cloudfind recovers that lost productivity by enabling users to zero-in on relevant information using simple tags, generated automatically, that connect related documents. The ability to do that with third party cloud storage vendors gives enterprises greater choice and flexibility."
By integrating seamlessly with leading cloud storage solutions such as Google Drive, Cloudfind provides a way to combine the low cost and high convenience of file sync-and-share with the power and flexibility of the Salesforce platform.
As a Gold Sponsor at the London stop on the Salesforce1 World Tour, Cloudfind will be running live demonstrations of its automated tagging capability throughout the day at booth #142 on the show floor.
Cloudfind is one of the first partner apps to make use of the Salesforce Force.com Canvas platform, enabling third party apps to operate seamlessly within the Salesforce user environment. Cloudfind CTO Richard Donkin will be sharing Cloudfind's experiences on using Force.com Canvas in a presentation in the Developer Zone at 5pm on Thursday 22nd May.
Cloudfind is a pioneer in the cloud era, innovating with new ways to find, share and organize information, and so enable companies to enter the Digital Jetstream. Founded in 2011, Cloudfind is based in Bath, UK, with an executive team that combines deep expertise in knowledge management and enterprise software, with a track record in growing successful tech startups. Cloudfind is privately funded.