Connecting all your apps: a more open, integrated enterprise

Box integrates with the apps you use every day  


The future of workplace collaboration is all about openness and choice — and that means selecting best-of-breed technologies to fit your unique business needs. But these solutions won't likely come from the same vendors. Large enterprises like GE, Eli Lilly, Toyota and Safeway may use a mix of Box for collaboration and content management, Office 365 for holistic productivity and collaboration, Salesforce for CRM, Workday for HCM, Oracle for ERP and ServiceNow for service management. To make this successful, these technologies must work together seamlessly.


At Box, we’re ardent supporters and drivers of openness in the enterprise, and we're dedicated to providing a connected, unified experience where these best-of-breed apps and services simply work together. That's why Box integrates with thousands of applications that let you share, edit, manage, analyze and collaborate with all types of data. This makes it easy to create presentations in Office 365, collaborate with your team in Google Docs and share proposals with customers in Salesforce, all from Box.


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The same openness applies to the apps you build. With Box Platform, our content platform-as-a-service (PaaS), organisations can easily build custom web and mobile apps tailored to their company's individual requirements — without having to build the underlying infrastructure. Box Platform's content services are available as building blocks for any application via a secure and reliable application programming interface (API). This means businesses can focus on crafting incredible digital experiences, not building infrastructure from scratch — which gives them the flexibility they need and a way to work that they can make their own.


Want to find out more? Learn about our pre-built integrations, and explore how we deeply integrate with tools like Office 365 in our webinar: Box and Office 365 - Productivity and Collaboration at Its Best.