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Globalscape Enhanced File Transfer

Globalscape's award-winning managed file transfer platform, Enhanced File Transfer (EFT) enables global enterprises, government entities, and small businesses alike to centralize and automate critical file transfers while meeting the most stringent data security and compliance standards. Globalscape's EFT platform enables a modular approach to building a file transfer solution customized to your needs with EFT's powerful suite of user-friendly tools for automation, collaboration, and analysis. EFT is available in managed cloud/SaaS, BYOL, and on-premises deployments.

8.4

Composite Score

8.5

CX Score

+83

Emotional Footprint

88%

Likeliness to Recommend

18

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