Box vs Newgen OmniDocs comparison

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  • "The pricing may seem steep at first, but delve into the features and you'll soon realize it is incredible value for what you get."
  • "It is expensive per head, as you need the enterprise license to get full security and tools. So negotiate a discount!"
  • "Better sign a full year's contract to get a discount."
  • "I'm in Higher Ed, so we purchase through Internet2-Net+. I absolutely recommend going that route for Higher Ed customers."
  • "A business account has a minimum of three users. If you are more than three people in-house, go for the Enterprise version. All the external users are free of charge."
  • "Our pricing and licensing is excellent. I'd tell all Higher Ed customers to talk with Internet2 for excellent pricing and support."
  • "I believe Box is cheaper than SharePoint."
  • "They are very price competitive when pushed. Initially, they come out with a standard list price, but they are willing to be very competitive. The Box price was pretty much equal to or lower than the Citrix price, and Box has more features."
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    Box is a Modern Content Management Platform for companies of all sizes and industries. The difference that Box brings is that it offers the security and controls admins need with the sharing and collaboration capabilities end users want. Box has made it easier for people to securely share ideas, collaborate and get work done faster. Today, more than 62,000 businesses, including 59% of the Fortune 500, trust Box to manage content in the cloud.

    The Box platform provides HIPAA, FINRA, FedRAMP, and many other compliances to go with granular access permissions and advanced security capabilities.

    By using Box you can sync, share, and collaborate on all types of files, anywhere, on any device - but that's just the beginning. You can choose where to store your data, to manage your own encryption keys, and set workflows to automate content-based processes. You can also assign custom metadata tags to content, watermark sensitive content, and set file retention or legal hold policies.

    Box has deep, native integrations with Microsoft Office and Outlook, Google Apps for Work, Salesforce, Netsuite, Docusign, Adobe, and many other best-of-breed solutions you may already be using.

    An Enterprise Document Management (EDM) platform for creating, capturing, managing, delivering and archiving large volumes of documents and contents. Also integrates seamlessly with other enterprise applications. OmniDocs handles Scanned Document Images, Electronic Documents, Emails and Electronic Data Output from other applications with equal efficiency and ease. OmniDocs powers seamlessly collaborate, communicate and share knowledge across and beyond the Enterprise.

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    GE, Toyota, P&G, Caterpillar, Flex, Schneider Electric, Sally Beauty, Eurostar, AstraZeneca, AirBnB, Whirlpool, Wake Forest School of Medicine, Nationwide, Aeropostale etc
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    Top Industries
    Non Tech Company25%
    Construction Company9%
    Real Estate/Law Firm9%
    Educational Organization49%
    Computer Software Company7%
    Financial Services Firm5%
    Manufacturing Company4%
    Computer Software Company17%
    Financial Services Firm15%
    Real Estate/Law Firm13%
    Manufacturing Company8%
    Company Size
    Small Business28%
    Midsize Enterprise18%
    Large Enterprise54%
    Small Business14%
    Midsize Enterprise53%
    Large Enterprise32%
    Small Business16%
    Midsize Enterprise8%
    Large Enterprise76%
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    Box is ranked 4th in Enterprise Content Management with 39 reviews while Newgen OmniDocs is ranked 18th in Enterprise Content Management. Box is rated 8.4, while Newgen OmniDocs is rated 8.0. The top reviewer of Box writes "Allows you to upload and download files quickly but lacks integration with Office 365". On the other hand, the top reviewer of Newgen OmniDocs writes "It is stable, scalable, and pricing is competitive". Box is most compared with SharePoint, Microsoft OneDrive, Citrix ShareFile, Office 365 and Egnyte, whereas Newgen OmniDocs is most compared with SharePoint, IBM FileNet, Alfresco, OpenText Extended ECM and SAP Extended Enterprise Content Management.

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