A document management software.

About Revver

Revver, formerly eFileCabinet, empowers businesses to reinvent their most common processes to be more efficient. It’s an automation engine that provides businesses with intelligent organization, workflow, secure file-sharing, fillable forms, document requests, and integrated eSignature, all native on one platform. With Revver, organizations eliminate the repetitive processes involved in their document-centric work— saving more time and boosting revenue. Revver is accessible via web browser and a desktop app.

Searching by keywords and sharing documents is simple. And the software has several security tools for internal and external use, which keeps documents and information available to only those granted access.


  • Full-Text Search
  • Portfolios for Your Most Used Documents
  • Instant File Retrieval
  • Automated Workflows
  • Zonal OCR for Automated Filing
  • Versioning
  • Sign Contracts with eSignature
  • Document Management Software on the Cloud or On-Premise


The cost of Revver starts at $699/year/user.

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$699 /user/year
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Product Overview

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User Reviews of Revver

Submitted on December 31st, 2016 by Jonathon Felt

We are finding every day, every week, some new thing we can do in eFileCabinet to make our processes more efficient.

Our customers really love SecureDrawer. I used to have to sort through dozens and hundreds of emails and count what documents customers wanted. Now I just look in SecureDrawer at what we sent that month to our customers, query that, and do a report in a matter of minutes. That process once took hours.