2020 Q4 Product Roundup: Digital Reasoning, T-Mobile and more

January 22, 2021by Smarsh

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Each quarter, we publish the highlights of new Smarsh product developments to keep you in the know.

While most of us were happy to say goodbye to 2020, there were still highlights from the year. At Smarsh, our product development team ended the year with a bang. While the most prominent news of the quarter was the Smarsh acquisition of Digital Reasoning, the global leader in natural language processing (NLP), artificial intelligence (AI), and machine learning (ML), several other major innovations such as capturing T-Mobile for Business text communications and enhancements to the Smarsh Web Archive contributed to making the quarter memorable.

Smarsh + Digital Reasoning

Leverage the premier communications intelligence solution

In November, Smarsh announced the acquisition of Digital Reasoning. The transaction combines two powerhouse solutions: Smarsh in digital communications content capture, archiving, supervision and e-discovery, and Digital Reasoning in advanced AI/ML powered analytics. Together, the combined Communications Intelligence solution empowers customers to strengthen their risk and compliance initiatives and harness more value out their electronic communications.

Learn more about how your enterprise can take advantage of this market-leading offering.

T-Mobile for Business

Capture essential text messages

T-Mobile for Business customers can now use Smarsh to capture their company’s text messages for regulatory compliance and e-discovery. Once captured and sent to the Smarsh Connected Archive, you can seamlessly review and search for T-Mobile text messages along with your other communication channels.

Learn more about how and why you should capture your T-Mobile text messages.

Web Archive Self-Service Exports

Start exporting your web content for free

Smarsh Web Archive recently added a new, highly requested feature for self-service exports. Web Archive customers can now quickly export web pages from their archive in multiple file formats—at no added cost. In addition to being able to capture, search and review historic records of your website content, you can now easily export this content for external reviews or audits.

Learn more about the Smarsh Web Archive and how you can easily archive changes to your website.

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