Easily automate your file transfers, notifications or processes
Add Automated Scheduled Transfers, Notifications and Business Application Workflows to Content Management
Enterprise content management and transactions can be complex and time consuming due to large file sizes, extensive file types and various protocols used within systems. With Thru OptiFLOW™, an easy-to-implement cloud solution, solve these issues and easily create automated business workflows between any of your enterprise applications, repositories and services. Easily schedule file transfers, synchronizations between repositories, email and SMS notifications on file arrivals and added data leak protection.
With OptiFLOW You Can
Reduce time-consuming file processes
Offload tedious file transfer jobs from employees and aging systems and use OptiFLOW to modernize your business processes.
Schedule file synchronization between various source and target repositories including out-of-the-box Amazon S3, Azure and Thru servers and easily connect to custom file repositories over standard protocols
Reduce human errors with custom filters to act on events using file and folder patterns
Perform automated file transformations including compression and conversion via Thru’s custom filter architecture
Improve efficiency with custom notifications
With OptiFLOW, easily create your own custom workflows with templates and tools. No coding required.
Reports and alerts to human actors on deliveries and failures via template-based emails
Reports and notifications to external automation systems on deliveries and failures via Web service calls
Integration with external systems via Web service calls that share the file data and metadata
Stay secure and ‘always on’
Ensure that all of your automated content and data processes are secure and compliant with Thru’s enterprise-grade security.
Maintain visibility and report any activities with Thru Audit
Protect data at all times with active antivirus scanning
Continue collaboration on slow connections by using Thru OptiBAND™ to prioritize expensive bandwidth.