Managed File Transfer Solutions

Market Environment

Organizations, regardless of their industry, size or business model, rely on managed file transfer (MFT) to drive business. It’s now an essential IT process that directly links people and systems, with the information they need, when and where they need it, securely. Take for instance the management of high volume batch file transfers between business systems/applications, or the delivery of confidential financial information across partner ecosystems, or the delivery of digital rich media content tied to eCommerce transactions – file transfer is at the heart of all of these processes and its successful completion can be directly tied to business success.


With file transfers so closely aligned with business success, IT Teams seek easier, faster, and more secure means to manage and orchestrate file transfers. Outdated approaches to delivering files, such as FTP and email, lack the necessary security controls, offer little to no visibility into the actual delivery outcomes, and can be especially cumbersome when large-file payloads are introduced.  For organizations relying on these legacy means to send files, information may be at risk, or not available when and where business needs it.

How Attunity Helps

Attunity is a recognized industry leader in the manager file transfer (MFT) market. Our product, Attunity MFT  (formerly RepliWeb-MFT) is a comprehensive file transfer management platform that provides the necessary automation, acceleration and governance to user, ad hoc, machine-to-machine and application-to-application file transfer processes.

Simple, scalable and secure, Attunity MFT helps IT overcome the myriad of interoperability, performance and security challenges commonly faced when managing day-to-day file transfer processes. What can Attunity MFT do for you today?

  • Provide end users with intuitive, familiar ways to send/share securely
  • Automate high-volume file routing between mission-critical business applications and computing environments
  • Implement a secured two-tiered internal-external architecture to meet information security mandates
  • Invoke virus scanning and inspection policies before files are delivered to internal users