eFileCabinet Reviews

Discover eFileCabinet's document management software for your business. Includes info on eFileCabinet, free trials, reviews, pricing, and FAQs.

Updated on February 27th, 2019

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eFileCabinet is document management software that enables users to store documents, content, and records either on-site or in the cloud. eFileCabinet serves various industries such as accounting, banking, construction, healthcare, law, insurance, manufacturing, retail, transportation, oil and gas, and education.

eFileCabinet Pricing:

Plan Name

Monthly Pricing


$15.00 per user


$30.00 per user


$55.00 per user


Call eFileCabinet for pricing

eFileCabinet Reviews
eFileCabinet Review:

Pros: Operates at high speed. Strong customer support. Flexible product. Gives you control over all your documentation.

Cons: Inaccessible when internet is down. User interface not that intuitive.

Bottomline: Enables your employees to collaborate smarter and faster.

eFileCabinet Key Information:


James Blaylock




Lehi, Utah

CEO and President

Jesse Wood

Number of Employees


Number of Users



1 (877) 574-5505


3300 North Ashton Boulevard, Suite 400, Lehi, UT 84043



eFileCabinet FAQs:

What is eFileCabinet's price range?

eFileCabinet's monthly pricing ranges between $15.00 and $55.00 per user.

Is there an eFileCabinet free trial?

Yes. eFileCabinet offers 14-day free trials.

Where can I find the eFileCabinet login?

Visit www.efilecabinet.com and log in at the top right of the page.

What are some eFileCabinet alternatives?

eFileCabinet News & Activity:

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eFileCabinet Reviews:



Don Baker - quora.com

You will want to check our a real DMS like eFileCabinet. Ask for Don and he will get you a great price. If you are only looking to store documents, check out DropBox, Google Drive, or whatever. But if you are looking for true document management software you will not find better than eFileCabinet.

Nrdrge - reddit.com

We've recently implemented eFileCabinet for a small accounting firm, and they love it. The initial migration is mostly handled by the vendor, and I've found it pretty powerful and it scales up and down really well. Security is separate from AD, so there is the pain of having a second set of credentials to manage.

Triggs399 - reddit.com

We have used eFileCabinet and Smartvault at our firm. I really like eFileCabinet, but our firm uses Lacerte for tax—so we switched to SmartVault since it integrated. It is a good program, but the customer support is horrible with SmartVault. If you don’t need integration, I would go with eFileCabinet. I think their client portal is a little easier to manage and you can print your tax returns to the program as a PDF. You can even archive emails to eFileCabinet.

‎Fredrik Wood‎ - facebook.com

I have been an eFileCabinet user for a few years and it has been a great value to my business, even if it does have a few quirks that a bigger system would not have. I have been happy because it saves my business money. However, I just contracted with them to extend my maintenance contract and upgrade after they hassled me to do it several times, and after upgrading I found out that the new version does not display files consistently in the correct order. I am very disappointed because this now make my business much harder to run, and they tell me it is a known problem and they are working on it. I must say that I believe a quality company would tell its loyal customers to hold off when such a serious problem occurs. I don't believe it is fair business practice to hide problems just to make a sale. The only somewhat saving grace is that at least they admitted it was their problem when I talked to a technician about it, and hopefully it won't be much longer.

Suzanne Burnell‎ - facebook.com

I purchased eFileCabinet for our small business. I was promised that it would assist us in secure file transfer. After two months of trying to get the secure file transfer working with our Google Apps and a technical team whose response to me was "not my problem," I have asked for a refund. But this seems to be a problem too.