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Learn How to Achieve the Benefits of a Managed File Transfer Center of Excellence (MFT COE)

Many organizations have leveraged managed file transfer (MFT) to gain control and oversight of their file transfers, remediate FTP risks, tighten security of data, and monitor SLAs.

However, something is still missing: clear strategic direction, organizational standards, and most importantly, the organizational ownership of the MFT technical and operational practice within the enterprise.  

Without these, companies often develop multiple in-house solutions or purchase numerous vendor solutions, adding to the overall total cost of ownership (TCO) and complexity. 

A managed file transfer center of excellence (MFT COE) offers companies the opportunity to take their current fragmented MFT approach and consolidate accountability and responsibility for file transfer solutions, operational support processes and procedures under one organization.

A MFT COE offers numerous benefits across the value chain, including the ability to:

  • Rationalize investments in MFT products
  • Consolidate duplicate infrastructures
  • Establish standards across the enterprise to optimize MFT investments and expenses
  • Establish operational processes and procedures to optimize service delivery and support
  • And more

In this informative white paper, you'll learn why organizations need a MFT COE and the benefits to the organization.  It provides a detailed guide on:

  • The roles and responsibilities in an MFT COE
  • Cross-functional questions to ask to define your organizational standards
  • Steps to get started
  • Best practices for moving forward

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