Tuesday, September 17th, 2013

Integrating Box and Your Cloud Enterprise Applications


At Box, we want to help you get more out of your company’s information and your existing software. But we know that we can’t do it alone, which is why we continue to invest in our platform and ways to make it easier for leading software companies to bring the Box content collaboration features into their applications. By leveraging tools like Box Embed and our simple, yet robust Content API, our partners continue to develop amazing integrations that allow you to securely access and share your critical content anywhere you work.

Over the last several months companies such as AtTask, Clarizen, CollabNet, CoSign, Kapost, Marketo, Meet.fm, Palo Alto Networks, Skyhigh Networks, Tidemark, WorkflowMax, SAP Jam and Shibumi have all added new integrations with Box. With these integrations, users can access, share, and work with their content from within the leading software applications that power their businesses

For instance, service based businesses use the end-to-end job management software WorkflowMax to create leads, quotes, time sheets, jobs, invoices, and everything in between — all in one integrated platform. With the Box integration, the documents tab in WorkflowMax acts as a window into the Box account, allowing users to associate files or folders in Box directly to a client or a job in WorkflowMax.


With Box for Shibumi, an online tool for managing and measuring key business initiatives, users can browse and search Box files, set security controls and link them in the context of their work plan. With these new capabilities  users can easily find and manage relevant content in context, freeing up more time for delivering results and less time organizing and searching for information.


We’re excited both about the value these solutions add for customers and also that more and more partners are building integrations to the Box platform all the time. Stay tuned in coming months for integrations from Box Partner Network members such as Beyond415, Litmos, LiveMinutes, and Spigit.

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