With information in silos, employees not having access to the information they need, and incomplete audit trails, it's hard to picture a time when you would enjoy opening your work emails. Being unable to see critical correspondence across the business is widely considered as the norm, and your work is suffering as a result. It's time to defeat the Dark Side of email management once and for all!
There is no doubt about it: filing, storing, managing and protecting millions of documents and data files - created and shared by everyone in your business - is no easy task. See why there is a need for a single source of truth
Transform your project information management with SharePoint
Many businesses have adopted leading technology around Project Costing, Mobile Data Capture, BIM, however still use Windows Explorer & Outlook to file, control, and search for documents and emails. See how you can transform your project management by integrating Sharepoint.
“The main contribution Mail Manager brought to the company was a virtual office where everything can be handled in a paperless way. And filing emails in an organised way was key to achieving this.”
"Everything you send is being filed straightaway, and you're doing it as you go. It’s easier to file than not to. I also think the search function is very good. The search filters make it really easier to view correspondence by location, time, project and more."
"You're at risk without Mail Manager. The functionality of the search and the ability to file emails makes life so much easier."
How Mail Manager can help you
Read our customer stories and see how project-based businesses such as Gensler, Arup and Ramboll use Mail Manager to help them transition to a paperless office, save 5 hours per week and easily manage their project communications to become more efficient.
WSP needs to find information within their emails fast. Mail Manager helps WSP increase business efficiency as they can spend more time on real work, and improves project visibility by capturing both sides of the conversation.