Digitile Launches Search Engine with A.I. to Easily Find Files on Disparate Cloud Storage Platforms

New Software-as-a-Service Can Boost Employee Efficiency 165x and Save Companies Thousands of Dollars Per Year
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PHOENIX - April 17, 2018 - PRLog -- Emerging from stealth mode, Digitile, today announced the launch of its new smart and easy-to-use search engine delivered as software-as-a-service (SaaS) that gives companies relief from the difficulty of finding files stored across disparate cloud storage platforms such as Google Drive, Dropbox and OneDrive. Digitile's advanced search algorithm combines keywords, natural language processing and image recognition to generate search results all-in-one place in an Instagram "tile-like", visually appealing experience.

Digitile was co-founded by CEO Michelle Eichner and Chief Product Officer Josh Topel who gained their deep SaaS development, strategy and sales expertise while working at Fortune 500 technology companies. Eichner was also integral to the success of startup Pivotal Veracity, an email deliverability platform which had thousands of users and exited with its sale to Unica Corp., an IBM company.

"In today's workplace, an employee typically uses multiple cloud storage platforms to store files and finding them again can be both time consuming and frustrating," said Eichner. "Digitile is quick and easy-to-use because it unifies each cloud storage service and displays results in a seamless experience. With one search, buried files can be found faster and users no longer need to remember file and folder locations, names or date and time."

Digitile allows users to search for files by identifying text within a document or certain features of an image, similar to Google, but without requiring an exact file name or its time stamp. Digitile users can tag files for team collaboration, while manual tagging is enhanced by artificial intelligence for identifying similar documents. Designed to be implemented within minutes without IT involvement, Digitile does not disrupt current enterprise file synchronization and sharing (EFSS) solutions and easily integrates with Dropbox, Google Drive and OneDrive.

"What makes Digitile unique is our user experience – it's like Google for Work" said Topel. "Enter your search and Digitile speed-reads across all of your storage drives in seconds to find that exact file that best matches your search inquiry using hashtags, keywords and filters. No more nightmarish folders or hard to read lists. You can see your files in a memorable image display just like you would on social media."

A Gartner study revealed that professionals spend an average of 18 minutes searching for a file, while IDC estimated that $19,732 is wasted per worker yearly on search activities. With Digitile's advanced algorithm and the consolidation of all of a user's cloud storage platforms, files are found in one simple search attempt, potentially saving a 100-employee company $1,961,200 annually.

The Digitile software-as-a-service is available now with annual pricing of $8.00 per month per user. Businesses can signup for a free one-month trial today at https://digitile.io/main/.

About Digitile

Digitile is a file search engine company dedicated to helping professionals seeking relief from the difficulty of finding files stored across multiple consumer cloud storage services such as GoogleDrive, Dropbox and OneDrive. The easy-to-use search engine delivered as software-as-a-service combines keywords, natural language processing and image recognition to quickly generate search results all-in-one place for a seamless and visually appealing experience.For more information, please visit https://digitile.io/main/.

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