Yes, of course. That’s exactly what it’s made for. Because a bag is uniquely represented by a unique url (or rather 3 independent ones, for download, upload or full control, respectively), it can be embedded in ANY application, text or document as a link. Or alternatively, as a QR code on a document or physical object. This is what we call "content in context": carries any kind or quantity of digital content and makes it available in the context where it makes sense. As mentioned earlier, it also naturally takes on the security level of that context: access to the context means access to the embedded link and the content behind it. No more no less.

Strangely enough, the difficult part here is not technical. It is imagining how you can leverage such a low-threshold, do-it-yourself integration for a profound effect on your business processes. From attaching presentations to be discussed to a meeting’s calendar invite, to attaching a product spec PDF to the comment field of an SAP form, to an interview video linked to a candidate's record in your legacy HR system, they all are transformative in that they instantly expand the scope and utility of the embedding system or process. At we make it extremely simple to try this yourself. You don’t have to ask anyone for help: just do it.

Last but not least, there is an additional and very powerful integration mechanism inside the concept of virtual files, built on Esoptra’s patent pending Thin Data technology. While any kind of regular content can be stored and shared, there is a class of files that look exactly like their traditional counterparts, but have never been stored as such: they are virtual i.e., computed on demand, on the fly, at the moment that you open the file. In this way, you can have - for example - an Excel file visible inside your bag that contains the very latest information. Imagine that you are an industrial parts supplier, then you can provide each of your customers with a simple and friendly bag that contains all useful information specific to that customer, including Negotiated Terms & Conditions, Custom Framework Agreement and Planned Delivery Schedules in Excel format straight from the belly of your SAP system. If you are interested to know (a lot) more, please contact

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