With planning for 2015 projects well under way, do you have what you need? Having the best tools for the job is especially important in content conversion and migration projects, which can lead to security threats, system downtime and deflated budgets.
Managing conversion projects also takes experience, something Systemware will be sharing next week in a new Systemware webinar: ECM Conversions Shouldn’t be Hard. Hosted by Systemware’s Pat Sheehan and Andrea Chiappe, the webinar is set for Tuesday, December 9, at 10 a.m. Central time.
Over the years, Systemware has converted hundreds of millions of documents and petabytes of data from legacy document management systems such as Mobius View Direct, IBM RMDS, IBM OnDemand, CABundl, CA-SAR, CA-View, CA-Deliver, CA-Dispatch, Metavante TREEV, FileTek AMMO, INSCI WinCOINS, and numerous homegrown and one-off solutions.
Whether consolidating repositories or changing providers, Systemware makes certain that the transition is quick, easy and sensible. Our transparent approach dramatically reduces the amount of time, effort and cost of a change, helping enterprises to harness the full value of their information, with a common dashboard for both new and legacy data. Companies are free to migrate legacy data on their own timetables while providing necessary access to meet business and regulatory needs immediately.
All of this is made possible by Systemware’s Legacy Archive Processor – the cleanest, most efficient approach to content conversion in the industry – and its unique approach to content migration.
Instead of converting your data, the LAP builds references to the documents previously archived by a legacy system. When a document is needed, the LAP automatically retrieves it from the legacy archive media and converts it for viewing through the Systemware solution. This transparent approach, with its common look for both new and legacy data, dramatically reduces the time, effort and cost of conversion and provides:
- Lower total cost of ownership
- Seamless and speedy migration
- Infrastructure resiliency
- Optimized accessibility
- Deployment flexibility
- Improved customer service.
Join us on Tuesday to learn more about the content conversion process; and be sure and use #LAPwebinar to participate in the conversation.[/fusion_builder_column][/fusion_builder_row][/fusion_builder_container]