JSCAPE’s Triggers make it easy to automate your file transfer processes without custom scripting or command lines. Drag-and-drop automation can be used to move files, download files, rename files, upload files, send email notifications and much more. Improve scalability and save time by reducing manual tasks.
JSCAPE is a platform-independent MFT solution that works with any operating system. Connect to any remote server, FTP site or enterprise application with JSCAPE's REST API. Send files anywhere regardless of data channel. JSCAPE works with:
JSCAPE's intuitive user interface makes it easy to configure FTP servers, SSH servers, FTP clients and more behind your Windows firewall. Save time and improve reliability with management tools that make security and efficiency convenient. With JSCAPE, you can:
Protect your FTP transfers with multiple layers of security and end-to-end encryption to meet HIPAA, SOX and PCI requirements. Streamline compliance with industry-leading administrative tools:
Managed file transfer solutions, such as JSCAPE, offer workflow automation for FTP servers that make it easy to automate FTP commands. Users can easily assemble file transfer workflows using event triggers in a drag-and-drop user interface. FTP automation can drastically reduce manual interventions, prevent human errors and delays and save time.
FTP automation can be accomplished with custom scripts, however those scripts can be time-consuming and error-prone. Managed file transfer software, such as JSCAPE, supports FTP servers and any protocol, providing a drag-and-drop workflow designer with event triggers so you can easily automate any file transfer workflow.
Yes, JSCAPE provides event-based triggers that automate your file transfer workflows without the need for custom scripting. JSCAPE can handle any file transfer protocol and supports unlimited trading partners and concurrent connections so you can meet any file transfer need.
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