Tumbleweed, the managed file transfer company, has won a deal to supply
Mazars with document technology that will allow accounting firm to send and
receive electronic documents securely.
The Tumbleweed solution, SecureTransport, will allow Mazars to exchange
sensitive and valuable information electronically around the world. The product
met Mazars’ need for an open-standard security product that provided a single
point of administration and enforcement of its security policies.
‘With our clients, “a one size fits all” approach won’t work – flexibility
and scalability are extremely important. Tumbleweed’s solution enables us to
streamline the reporting processes and this has eased our operational burden,’
said Mazars IT director David Cross.
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