Enterprise content migrations to and from any popular document management or back-end system
Like any essential asset, business data requires constant care and maintenance. Important data must be preserved when upgrading to a new (or newer version) data asset system. When the organization needs to get rid of redundant applications or merge legacy systems, integrations and data migrations are a constant challenge. Preserving the necessary business data, moving it, optimizing it, preferably with all the related metadata into the new enterprise system or database is always a complex, time consuming and highly expensive procedure. The obstacles are numerous; managing high volumes of unstructured data in a heterogeneous IT environments, handling data duplications, damaged files, managing meta-data, maintaining data consistency between the archive and target systems and the issues go on and on.
This is why consultants love data migration projects. Lots of effort, fuzzy deliverable and plenty of room to extend the project as the complexities creep into the process. Not to mention, that usually migration projects mean extended business downtime, that converts to additional expenses. No wonder, big enterprises fear any mentioning of data or system migrations. But what if there would be a more simple, more suitable solution to these problems?
WELL THERE IS A SOLUTION!
Move any size of structured or unstructured business content, from literally any enterprise source system to any target system with MPS, without the usual obstacles via an automated but regulated manner in a fraction of the time!
MIGRATION SERVICE FROM MPS
Multipass Solutions offer MPS Voyager – a flexible ECM and migration tool, that puts all the nightmares of enterprise grade data migration to the past, offering a surprisingly fast, cost effective, extremely flexible and highly scalable data migration solution, that can be used in any heterogeneous IT environment, without any special software or hardware requirements.
Single or two-way (bi-directional) migrations between:
- All leading ECM systems
- Other popular enterprise systems
- Legacy systems and old platforms
- Web services, file and mail servers
- Unmanaged file shares