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BPM Tool Aims to Secure Business File Transfers

December 1, 2011 No Comments

SEEBURGER releases its SEE Link software, designed to bring more security to file transfer among business partners and serve as an alternative to services such as Dropbox and YouSendIt.

The discipline of business process management has long valued the efficient transfer of files, and with its most recent announcement, BPM purveyor SEEBURGER has upped the ante on some ad hoc file transfer services that it says fall short of business needs.

SEEBURGER Secure Link, dubbed SEE Link for short, is the latest component of the BPM company’s Managed File Transfer suite. SEE Link is a client-side application that a company can deploy on its own computers as well as those of its supply chain partners, service providers, and others in its business ecosystem. SEE Link can also facilitate file transfers with trading partners that do not have EDI or another B2B network established, the company said in a statement.

The software works with SEEBURGER’s SEE MFT server to “automate the exchange of master data, customer lists, payroll information, quarterly financial reports, medical records, supply chain transactions, and other structured and non-structured files between systems,” the company said.

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