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The start-up was founded in 2010 and offers a range of products around high-security transfer and storage of confidential company data. With FTAPI, files can be transferred and stored at different security levels, from an SSL download link to an end-to-end encryption. The features can easily be integrated in existing CRM and ERP systems like SAP and Salesforce as well as in e-mail solutions like Outlook.
The particularity: The encryption is very easy to handle, it works also with large data volumes in the gigabyte range and is available as a local software solution as well as a cloud service. Furthermore, FTAPI has developed branch-specific solutions, for example for transport, manufacturing, trade, media and finance.
With the acquisition of the security specialist QSC intensifies as planned the in-house development of innovative cloud-based services. At the same time FTAPI benefits from QSC's high-security data centres, the efficient distribution channels and the client base of over 30,000 business customers.
'Since the latest NSA spying scandal the security issue has become very important. FTAPI's own software development and their contemporary products are totally in line with this topic', says
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QSC: ICT solutions for medium-sized businesses
In-house designed cloud services for very diverse applications complete the portfolio. With their own ultra-modern network infrastructure as well as
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