Saving for the future with Managed File transfer

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Pensions are an area that has recently come under severe scrutiny due to poor investments and performance, but also because of some minor security breaches. These security breaches could be mitigated or avoided, and files can be transferred and shared faster with Managed File Transfer.

Scheduling for finance

Pensions are designed and engineered to make money from investments to offer an additional fund for retirements. To do so there needs to be a series of investments, managed well and those funds need to be tracked and kept safe. One of the crucial reasons this is important is because a pension fund *has* to make money.

Understanding your scheduling needs, especially when dealing with finances of any kind, whether they are investments or payments is a crucial area for pension support – this foundation of tracking and paying those who need pay-outs can be managed easily with MFT, where files can be transferred securely and within protocols and compliance needs – while there are a range of solutions that can be tailored to work with pensions support, understanding everything that works with the needs that you have is the first critical step to designing the best system that will work for your company.

Sharing dividends

Once the basic set up and tracking is in place, issuing documents and sharing information with fund managers is as simple as attaching information to an email – which makes the integration of MFT effortless into any system. This effortlessness is often important when dealing with lots of files – it means that no one file holds up or ‘clogs' the system – and with the basic ability of MFT to upload files to a secure server, with encryption or decryption as standard, it's often important to understand and see what MFT can offer your business before moving on with the acquisition of the file system. Once you understand your exact needs, you can choose what you need to buy to design the best project system for you.

Project management systems aside, it's often important to ensure that your staff also understands the needs of your system – that way, the integration can both be stronger and easier to adapt to.

Setting up for the future

Pensions now perform differently from older systems – so it's crucial to be able to share information in real time – so that strategies can be changed, and investments shifted as rapidly as the market changes. While this may seem difficult, it's easier to work proactively with the most up to date data, but with the needs of compliance, it's difficult to share information in a clear, accessible way. MFT solves this problem easily, and helps companies make their pensions ‘future proof' whether managed in company, or by an external agency.

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