When Industry 4.0 represents the general trend, file and data transfer have become an important factor for the manufacturing industry, an industry featuring a long chain and complexity, to improve production efficiency. This industry is made up of a variety of links including R&D, design, purchase, production, inventory, sales and after-sale service, all of which involve information transfer, information security and maintenance management demands.



Generally, in the manufacturing industry, the file is transferred based on the traditional FTP. However, this kind of file transfer tool can not fully meet the demand, thus resulting in an increase in cost and a reduction in productivity. As a result, it has become a real challenge to efficiently and securely move and share the mass digital information generated by these techniques.

  • Mass File
    Mass File

    In the manufacturing industry, a huge amount of files is produced in the production and operation process. However, manufacturing enterprises fail to manage these files effectively, thus causing the management cost to rise significantly and losing the chance to explore the potential value of most files.

  • Complicated Business Processes
    Complicated Business Processes

    The manufacturing industry features complicated production procedures. Enterprises often feel at a loss as to how to build the process that fits workflow, so they can hardly achieve standard production, much less engage in compliance management.

  • Data Security Management
    Data Security Management

    In the manufacturing industry, daily operation involves a huge amount of R&D files and technical files and even production files. However, if choose an unsecured file transfer software, enterprises can risk those files and information being leaked.

  • Inefficient Repetitive Work
    Inefficient Repetitive Work

    In the manufacturing industry, employees often work in a mechanical and repetitive manner, thus resulting in a low efficiency which directly affects the efficiency and cost of operation.

Why Choose Raysync

Raysync provides complete permission settings for different project teams and for members of the same team, in order to make the permissions for file edit, uploading and downloading controllable. Based on the high-speed transfer engine, Raysync can rapidly get integrated into the existing systems of enterprise by combining its workflow, reducing costs, and improving efficiency. The powerful automatic synchronization function can effectively reduce the update and synchronization of repetitive files. The bank-grade security guarantee offers steady and firm protection to enterprise files.

High-speed Large File Transfer

Raysync supports the transfer of super large files, and can easily achieve a high-speed transfer of files of PB scale. It also provides support for the efficient transfer of millions of small files. In addition, the breakpoint resume, multiple checks and automatic retransfer ensure a reliable and stable transfer.

TLS and AES-256 Encrypted

Raysync uses bank-level encryption to effectively ensure the security of R&D documents and design data. Raysync also supports permission settings and file virus detection to ensure transfer security.

Centralized File Management System

With the content management system, more files can be stored and managed in a unified way. Based on the actual business scenarios, the enterprises’ business process is established and optimized, and the mode for normalized compliance production is formed in a standard way.

Protect Core Enterprise Assets

By integrating Raysync into the existing applications in the enterprise, a complete file source is built for the use of knowledge, both non-structured files and structured files are stored and managed in a centralized way, which lay a solid foundation for file quantification.


Raysync offers high-speed file transfer solutions and free technical support for enterprise users!

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