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"It's reasonably priced at $800,000."

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Top Answer: The most valuable aspect is that it has good functionality.
Top Answer: It's reasonably priced at $800,000. That's the annual maintenance cost. You have to pay to expand your additional platform.
Top Answer: The areas that need improvement are user management, user interface, and the segregation of users. These are the areas that I am battling with at the moment. It's not geared towards your user… more »
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Flexible, integrated solution to meet highly complex processing needs with job scheduling, batch processor, and managed file transfer.

Flux automates batch processes into comprehensive workflows. Flux's batch job scheduling runs reports, triggers database jobs, runs Java code, executes ETL processes, transfers files, and runs command lines or shell scripts. Flux integrates batch job scheduling, managed file transfer, database queries and stored procedures, web services, and error handling to automate your batch job scheduling needs.

Securely manage transfer files with authentication, encryption and audit trails while you retain administrative control of data using a library of templates.

Sterling File Gateway can help you increase secure and dependable file transfer with your trading partners. It consolidates disparate centers of file transfer activity and facilitates the security-rich exchange of file-based data over the Internet. It helps companies avoid the risk and operational issues that can result from using loosely controlled file-transfer servers.

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Find out what your peers are saying about Seeburger, Advanced Systems Concepts, IBM and others in Managed File Transfer. Updated: January 2021.
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Flux is ranked 18th in Managed File Transfer while IBM Sterling File Gateway is ranked 3rd in Managed File Transfer with 4 reviews. Flux is rated 0.0, while IBM Sterling File Gateway is rated 6.6. On the other hand, the top reviewer of IBM Sterling File Gateway writes "The industry leader in secure file transfer, broadly adopted for its excellent capabilities". Flux is most compared with Ansible and Control-M, whereas IBM Sterling File Gateway is most compared with Sterling Commerce Connect:Direct, AWS Transfer for SFTP, MOVEit, Axway AMPLIFY Managed File Transfer and Aspera Managed File Transfer.

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