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Hear proven approaches for overcoming today's file transfer challenges

As your company continues to grow, so does the need to send and receive critical files internally and externally.  Like many companies, yours may have used a variety of tools and approaches to meet file transfer demands—including FTP, email, scripted custom programs, and online file sharing services. This may have been manageable…at first.


However, with today’s requirements around improving security, meeting SLAs, communicating with more partners and customers, and managing the explosive growth in files—these approaches may be causing some serious pain for your IT staff and your company.

View this webcast from Lightwell and IBM to learn about these file transfer challenges and how companies are overcoming them.  We discuss:

  • How to reduce the time, effort and cost involved in managing multiple file transfer systems, tracking down errors, resolving issues, and onboarding partners
  • Capabilities that can help your company avoid costly SLA penalties and data breaches
  • Securing and monitoring a growing number of internal and external touchpoints
  • Future-proofing your file transfer capabilities while making the most of your existing technology investments 

View this webcast now by completing the form on this page.  


William McKinney

William McKinney, IBM

As Manager, Marketing Portfolio for B2B Integration, William leads the go-to-market strategies for IBM's B2B integration solutions. He brings 20 years of experience in tech marketing for firms like Vignette, HP, PeopleSoft to IBM, and has a proven ability to simplify complex topics and provide actionable insight. 


Byron Hall, Lightwell

Byron Hall, Lightwell

Byron is a Solution Architect with over 17 years in the B2B, MFT, standards and transformation space. His specialties include solution design for complex B2B value chains for organizations of all sizes and industry verticals.  Byron has extensive experience with WTX/ITX as a customer as well as at IBM, where he assisted numerous clients across industries with their solution design requirements.   

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