Wednesday, March 28, 2012

Intelligent File Transfer

You might ask: "what makes EmailLargeFile so special?"

Well, that is the right question.

The short answer can fit in three words: intelligent file transfer.

If you are new to EmailLargeFile, you might not instantly notice the unique details that set us apart. We do have all the main ingredients for successful file transfer: file storage and upload tools, drop box, address books, user management, and more.

But after you upload files and submit your first e-mail, the valuable and important things will gradually unfold. You will notice that each file package you sent brings a flock of events which you can study and review, and most importantly, control.

On one page you can see which of the recipients have opened the file, and who needs an extra reminder. Another look will tell you which file package has suddenly received more downloads.

A quick report will tell which one of your file packages is so popular it's even being forwarded by your recipients to other parts of the world. Another report may give you a clue about the document workflow at your customer's headquarters, such as who opens the document first, where it gets forwarded, and when you can expect a response. Want to export results into Excel? You can do that with one click.

Our system captures as many events as possible, we pre-process and translate them for you when you run reports. The higher the subscription plan you choose, the more data, reports and tools you get. More detailed reports usually mean a better workflow picture. This brings you more flexibility in optimizing the file transfer part of your business.

It's often crucial for a business to know where their files or documents are most needed, so they can be delivered to the correct person at the correct place. We are here to make it happen. You order the dish, we serve it hot and never miss the table.

Our tracking system works globally. We track files all the way to their accurate destination, down to the latitude and longitude, postal and area code. Everyone knows that this sort of information is highly volatile. The geo location may be accurate today, but the next day the computer gets replaced, and the address shifts. We defeated this problem. We make sure the reports you get are the most accurate and reliable for this moment in time. We constantly feed our geolocation databases with new data, the data that associates each computer address in the entire world with its geographic position. That can tell you which country, city, and area code the file has been viewed at. In some cases, we may even tell you the name of a business who owns the computer that has received your data.

That unique combination of file tracking information and tools for its processing is what we call intelligent file transfer.

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