FileHold Document Management software

FileHold Document Management software

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FileHold Document Management software


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Go paperless with FileHold

7 out of 10
February 06, 2019
FileHold is used selectively across our organization. It is primarily used by our Human Resources department to document workflow as well …
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FileHold Review

8 out of 10
August 17, 2016
FileHold was being used in my organization in order to electronically store all of our documents. FileHold also allowed me to submit …
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FileHold Enterprise


Per user / month

FileHold Express for 5 users


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FileHold Express for 5 users


On Premise
Server and 5 users

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Product Details

What is FileHold Document Management software?

FileHold is a document management software. It is feature rich, enterprise-grade and affordable. The standard offering includes versioning, file search, tagging, and tracking. A fully documented web services API is included at no charge. With the API, users can search the FileHold repository from any application and add documents to FileHold repository from any application (out of the box). In the enterprise offering, registered users have an individual login and role and concurrent sessions are monitored.

FileHold aims to bring structure, security, and order to the information chaos found in most offices. The vendor says FileHold customers make the decision to implement a structured document management system because in-house systems (Islands of Information) of shared network drives, filing cabinets, document tracking spreadsheets, email messages with attachments, or outdated groupware tools were no longer effective and needed to be replaced.

According to the vendor FileHold can reduce the amount of time spent searching for information and training new hires on procedures for updating documents by simplifying document and record archiving processes.

FileHold Document Management software Features

  • Supported: Document Workflow and Approval
  • Supported: Document archiving, retention and disposition
  • Supported: Document security, control and audit trail

FileHold Document Management software Screenshots

Adding documents from Microsoft officeThe Library treeFileHold architecture

FileHold Document Management software Competitors

FileHold Document Management software Customer Size Distribution

Small Businesses (1-50 employees)10%
Mid-Size Companies (51-500 employees)50%
Enterprises (more than 500 employees)40%

FileHold Document Management software Technical Details

Deployment TypesOn-premise, SaaS
Operating SystemsWindows, Vai any popular browser
Mobile ApplicationApple iOS, Android, Windows Phone, Blackberry, Mobile Web, via HTML 5
Supported CountriesNortrh America, Europe, Asia
Supported LanguagesEnglish, Spanish, French


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Reviews and Ratings




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Duc Minh Nguyen | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 7 out of 10
Vetted Review
Verified User
Review Source
Manage my documents to have them be accessible to other employees in the group. Sometimes I need to share important information through documents, videos, pictures, powerpoints and this software fit that need perfectly. It also allow users with grant access to edit the documents which is a plus to have.
  • Document management
  • File storage
  • File sharing through cloud
  • Website could be more user friendly
  • Support takes time to respond (1-2 days)
  • Pricing could be cheaper
Scenarios that FileHold Document Management documents are well suited are to store documents, manage them and share them with other employees through the cloud. FileHold Document Management does a good job at all of these in addition to the fast loading time and ample storage space. However, other software such as good drive still remain better due to its ease of use and accessibility.
Score 7 out of 10
Vetted Review
Verified User
Review Source
FileHold is used selectively across our organization. It is primarily used by our Human Resources department to document workflow as well as the approval process. It is currently being tested for integration into our software lifecycle. It addresses business problems such as secure transmission (which it solves by using methods such as two-factor authentication and secure URLs) and form consistency and ease of maintenance via electronic forms and integration with Microsoft Office.
  • FileHold scales well and can serve small companies up to enterprises with thousands of users.
  • Powerful workflow and approval processes.
  • MS Office Integration, version control, a powerful search engine, and cloud availability.
  • We could not find a graphical representation of the Workflow designer with drag-and-drop fields.
  • We also could not find any easy, efficient way to import or convert from other storage platforms.
  • The only other comment that my team had was that the color scheme could be tweaked to be more pleasing.
FileHold is great for any size department or organization that is looking to "go paperless." It is a great tool for groups that need to have workflow management and tracking, especially with forms. It is well-suited for groups that are already familiar with Microsoft Office, and not so much for users of other Office Suites.
August 17, 2016

FileHold Review

Ioana Florina Buzgar | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 8 out of 10
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Verified User
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FileHold was being used in my organization in order to electronically store all of our documents. FileHold also allowed me to submit sourcing documents for approval to my managers and keep track of the approval process. It was only the purchasing department that used FileHold, and I believe it would have been a lot more useful if other departments implemented the use of FileHold. However, some departments that tried using it, did not necessarily like it, but that might be because of lack of training, or them failing to see the big picture of the use in the organization as a whole.
  • Keep track of approval process once a document is submitted for approval
  • Allowed me to run reports on the amount of documents approved the first time through, second time through etc.
  • Allowed tracking of documents.
  • Whenever there was an update done to the program, we would run into multiple issues.
FileHold is well suited because it reduces the paper use for approvals. It also allows the managers to track the time employees spend sending files for approval and how many times it takes them to get the approval. FileHold is less appropriate when the approvers of a document are out of office and they did not set up a backup approver.