Thru Breaks Down the Language Barrier to Global File Exchange

LONDON, United Kingdom, May 19, 2014 – Today at Gartner AADI in London, the leading cloud Managed File Transfer (MFT) company, Thru, is releasing server version 8.0, known as V8. This update allows customers to use the platform in their own native language.

Nick Blanton, VP of Marketing for Thru, says “Enterprises can now transfer large files securely around the globe using a platform that speaks local languages.”

Files sent with Thru are transferred utilizing their global network of data centers for low latency transfers around the world. The recipient of the file is notified and directed to the Thru portal to download the file. With V8 those users can now select their native language to navigate on the portal, creating a simpler user experience.

Connie Stanton of HKS, a client of Thru and one of the world’s largest architectural firms, has completed construction projects in 84 countries and comments that “With over 6,000 projects live from China to Doha, having a secure file transfer platform which supports multiple languages streamlines our day-to-day business file exchanges.”

About Thru
Thru, Inc., is a global leader in Cloud-based managed file transfer, trusted to distribute and track large amounts of information quickly and securely across the globe. Serving many industries including software, financial services, architecture, and energy, Thru has more than 5,000 corporate installations in over 70 countries, handling millions of transactions annually. Thru’s platform services enable secure file transfer, FTP replacement, enterprise file sync and share, electronic software delivery and other services to be integrated across applications and companies, making it a comprehensive approach to file transfer in the enterprise.

About HKS
HKS Architects, Inc. is a leading architectural design firm ranked among the top six architectural engineering firms, according to Building Design+Construction magazine. Since its founding in 1939, HKS has completed construction projects totaling more than $75 billion in more than 1,498 cities located in 84 countries. The firm operates from 27 offices worldwide.