Date: Tuesday, March 25, 2014
Time: 11am EDT/4pm CET (check local time)
What You Will Learn
FTP can fall short when it comes to security, visibility and dependability. Discover a proven alternative: Managed File Transfer (MFT), the growing choice of Digital Enterprises to simplify and secure file transfers while improving performance, reliability and visibility. See how MFT can help you better meet regulatory mandates, protect critical data, handle large file sizes or eliminate antiquated, inflexible file transfer systems.
- The benefits of MFT over FTP and point solutions
- How webMethods ActiveTransfer for MFT simplifies and secures file exchange
- How global fashion retailer Tory Burch uses webMethods ActiveTransfer
Siddharth Jain is a Senior Manager, Application Development and responsible for managing all integration work across the Tory Burch applications environment. This environment includes working with vendors for applications managed in a Software as a Service (SaaS) model and internally managed applications with partners domestically and internationally. Siddharth manages multiple complex integration projects, performing architectural design and working with both in house as well as off shore development teams.
David Hardman is a Senior Manager of Product Marketing responsible for Software AG B2B and MFT products. David has 22 years of experience in technology, from software development to product management and marketing.
Ramesh Venkat has more than 20 years of experience in the IT/software industry, including the past eight years at Software AG. As the director of product management, he is responsible for Software AG product strategy and management of B2B and MFT products within the webMethods products line. Previously, Ramesh held product management and consulting positions at Siebel Systems and American Airlines – Sabre Group. Ramesh has worked closely with customers, analysts and partners to help Software AG retains its market-leading position in the B2B and MFT domains while continuing to build products that reflect customer requirements.
Who Should Attend?
IT managers, IT operations, application developers, application integrators