Securely exchange and transfer business critical files
Qlik Managed File Transfer (formerly Attunity Managed File Transfer) securely governs all aspects of file transfers, including application to application, host, user, and ad-hoc processes.
The shifting business and regulatory environment is changing how enterprises view data protection and file transfers. Regulatory compliance is essential and auditors are much more sensitive to the risks associated with uncontrolled file movements.
File sizes are increasing, file formats are becoming more diverse, and business demands to share information are growing. Legacy transfer methods, such as email and FTP, no longer meet the efficiency and security requirements of the modern enterprise.
Improve information access, efficiency and risk
Qlik MFT manages each stage of file transfers with a two-tier DMZ architecture, strict policies, fast and guaranteed transfers, process automation and audit.
Ensure rapid user adoption with a modular design, intuitive interfaces, business application connectors and advanced managed folder capabilities.
Integrate seamlessly with enterprise business processes and IT workflows, leveraging a highly-scalable architecture, reliable operations, and extensive APIs.
Automate, simplify and secure file transfers
Automate application to application transfers: Gain a consistent, standards-based method for building, automating, and managing file transfer processes between applications and legacy systems.
Simplify file transfers: Empower business users and trading partners with an easy means to send files of any size. Reduce administrative overhead with policy-based Active Directory and Ad-Hoc user provisioning. User friendly interfaces include a web client, desktop client, and a seamless Microsoft Outlook add-in.
Tighten security: Support diverse encryption protocols, authentication processes and full audit on every transfer action and process.
Integrate with Hadoop: Seamlessly integrate massive data collection processes into your existing file transfer framework.