migration-center enables EMC Documentum and OpenText customers to choose the best of both worlds and migrate their content to either platform without risk!

Sep 13, 2016 | by fpiaszyk

As both EMC Business Partner and OpenText Technology Partner we are excited about this development. Our product migration-center enables EMC Documentum and OpenText customers to choose the best of both worlds and migrate their content to either platform without risk!

OpenText announced that it has entered into a definitive agreement to acquire Dell EMC’s Enterprise Content Division (ECD), including Documentum [http://goo.gl/tRA5LL].

What does this mean for OpenText and EMC Documentum?
Primarily, customers will have an even stronger partner to accelerate their digital transformation in order to remain competitive and to stay in business. “We are at the beginning of the Digital revolution where extreme connectivity, automation, and computing are converging,” said OpenText CEO and CTO Mark J. Barrenechea. “This acquisition further strengthens OpenText as a leader in Enterprise Information Management, enabling customers to capture their Digital future and transform into information-based business.“

 

The supplementary portfolio of both platforms will allow customers to focus on the most sustainable solution for their business challenges independent of the technology. Both platforms have different strengths in different industries and verticals. This means that customers will be able to choose from a wide range of products in the near future: industry solutions for financial services, life sciences or energy, but also for various company sizes that will be covered. With this acquisition OpenText will become the one-stop shop for all companies with a strong need for Enterprise Information Management Technologies and the strongest partner to go on a journey into the digital future.

How migration-center helps customers to benefit from this wide range of products
If you are thinking about switching to a new OpenText or EMC Documentum solution in the future then you might already be losing sleep worrying about how to migrate terabytes of Enterprise Content from your current solution. We say: Don’t worry! At fme we can support you with the right migration product which is fit for either platform, best practices and approaches to reduce the costs and risks to a minimum.

Within the last decade our product migration-center has become the most deployed migration platform in the Enterprise Content Management ecosystem, it has been certified by leading ECM platform vendors and has proven its quality in hundreds of customer projects around the world, even in highly regulated environments. migration-center carries out highly automated, large volume migrations without interrupting any normal business operations. It is a 100 % out-of-the-box software, fully documented, highly flexible and needs no additional programming or scripting effort. It is not only a product but rather a content migration platform which allows customers to migrate, consolidate, extent, replace or just archive Enterprise Information without risk and save 60% in costs and 80% in project duration time.

No matter if you are planning to use to OpenText or EMC Documentum solutions to master your digital transformation in the future, with the wide range of available migration paths you have the freedom of choice to make the best decision for your business.

migration-center is ready for OpenText™ Content Server 10.x and OpenText™ Content Suite 16 as well as EMC Documentum D7, D2, D2 Life Science Solution, xCP and InfoArchive. In addition, it also supports migrations from many other systems like File Shares, Database, IBM Domino, Microsoft SharePoint, Alfresco etc. and the open architecture allows the connection of virtually any source system via the migration-center framework & API. Whatever your future plans are, migration-center saves valuable time and money by migrating your content and simplifies the transition to a new solution.

We Arme excited to accompany the future of EMC Documentum within the OpenText Enterprise Information Management Portfolio and will of course keep you updated on this issue.

Further Reading:
http://www.migration-center.com/tar/targetplatforms/target-platforms/opentext
http://www.migration-center.com/sol/solutions/solutions/go-opentext
http://www.opentext.com/who-we-are/press-releases?id=51B5E97A2C384D1DBCD94180192DB53A
https://sparkblog.emc.com/2016/09/the-opportunity-ahead/
http://www.prnewswire.com/news-releases/opentext-signs-definitive-agreement-to-acquire-dell-emcs-enterprise-content-division-including-documentum-300326059.html
http://blogs.opentext.com/opentext-enhances-ecm-functionality-deepens-eim-offering-acquisition-dell-emcs-enterprise-content-division-including-documentum/
https://sparkblog.emc.com/2016/09/the-opportunity-ahead/?cmp=soc-cor-glbl-us-sprinklr

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