About Accellion

The world’s leading corporations and government agencies rely on Accellion managed file transfer to secure their intellectual property and ensure compliance. Accellion’s extensive customer list includes Procter & Gamble, Qualcomm, Wyeth, Ogilvy, Saint Gobain, Metro AG, Bridgestone, Securities & Exchange Commission, NASA, and the Dept of Health and Human Services.Founded in 1999, Accellion, Inc. provides enterprise-class managed file transfer solutions for security and data leak prevention that meet today’s business requirements for digital information transfer. Designed with unparalleled flexibility and scalability, Accellion provides organizations from less than 100 users to more than 100,000 users with flexible deployment options that can grow from a single office to global distributed deployment integrating on-premise, off-premise and in-the-cloud installations. With Accellion file transfer, organizations can protect the transfer of intellectual property, reduce security exposure, ensure compliance, improve email performance, replace non-secure FTP and reduce IT support, all while providing business users with a file transfer solution that works for them.

Accellion is the pioneer and leading provider of appliance-based file transfer solutions for virtualized and cloud environments. In 2009 Accellion also announced the availability of Accellion Managed SaaS in the cloud. Accellion file transfer is designed to be cost-effective, and easy to use for both business users and IT.

Accellion is a privately held company headquartered in Palo Alto, California with offices in North America, Asia and Europe.


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