Accellion, Inc., the leader in secure file transfer and data management solutions, today announced a record quarter with a doubling of customer base. Major installations and sales include a Fortune 500 toy maker; a top 25 AEC design company; a leading medical college in New York, a major oil and gas exploration operator, a global manufacturing and engineering firm, as well as other industry leaders in consulting and media and marketing such as Critt Graham + Associates of Atlanta.
"We predicted strong interest in the Accellion Courier File Transfer Appliance focusing especially on corporate needs in sending large files securely," said Yorgen Edholm, Accellion president and CEO. "The increased demand since last year validates our vision that users, administrators, and third party vendors are seeking a secure file transfer alternative to replace existing FTP solutions. We are proud to be a preferred solution for these marquee customers and will advance sales and support in coming months to extend into the expanding FTP replacement market."
With expanding file size and increasing demands for security and compliance, e-mail and FTP are no longer sufficient for ad hoc file transfer across organizational and geographic boundaries. Secure on-demand file transfer is a problem facing all business sectors and is becoming more urgent as government regulatory compliance is mandated.
A recent Gartner research report* targeted file transfer as a business problem gaining attention as an IT priority. "Internal and external security, management, and integration requirements encourage companies to scrutinize and consider replacements to their homegrown solutions," notes Frank L. Kenney, research analyst with Gartner. "The result is that, in the immediate future, most companies, regardless of industry, will need to consider how they are securing and managing their file transfers."
File transfer using Accellion Courier File Transfer Appliances is fast becoming a preferred method across industries as email attachment limits and the difficulty in using FTP have forced IT departments to seek alternate ways for their users to send large files securely.
Accellion Courier Standard File Transfer Appliance, designed for single site and medium to high volume users, makes sending files as easy as web-based e-mail while offering end-to-end file security and policy-based automatic file lifecycle management.
Accellion Courier Enterprise File Transfer Appliance, designed for multi-site and high volume users, is a full-featured, enterprise product that, in addition to the features available in the Standard Appliance, supports plug-in integration with Outlook and Lotus clients as well as clustering for multi-site load balancing, intelligent replication and failover.
Accellion, Inc. is a profitable, well-funded, private company that provides enterprise-class mobile file sharing solutions to enable secure, anytime, anywhere access to information while ensuring enterprise security and compliance. More than 9 million users and 1,600 of the world’s leading corporations and government agencies including Procter & Gamble; Activision; Indiana University Health; Kaiser Permanente; Foley & Mansfield; Lovells; Bridgestone; Ogilvy & Mather; Harvard University; Guinness World Records; US Securities and Exchange Commission; and NASA use Accellion to protect intellectual property, ensure compliance, improve business productivity and reduce IT costs. Accellion file sharing solutions can be deployed on public, private and hybrid cloud environments and provide the ease-of-use business users need while giving the enterprise organization the flexibility, scalability and protection it needs. For more information please visit www.accellion.com or call (650)-485-4300. Follow Accellion’s Blog, Twitter, Facebook, and LinkedIn.
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