Seamless Migration by Shinydocs
Stay on schedule and under budget with our seamless migration solution for Content Server
Shinydocs is taking the pain out of data migrations.
You probably know us as OpenText’s best-selling solution extension. Now we believe our approach to migration can help you get your clients to a successful and seamless migration without the usual pain of missed deadlines, overrun budgets and a perceived lack of success. Take a look at our Migrate solution in action.
According to Gartner, 60% of enterprise data migrations are viewed as a failure. This happens for a variety of reasons:
- The project dragged on longer than expected
- It went over budget
- The amount of work involved was seen as too high
- End-users didn’t want or follow the changes
Benefits at a glance:
Today’s complex business environment is driving customers’ requirements for fixed-fee migrations. Shinydocs is the only vendor with the industry’s first and ONLY zero change management migration. Users keep the same UI pre-and post-migration, all the while automating the prep work for migration.
Zero-change management for end-users
Users access their information as they always have. File paths haven’t changed. Permissions, create and modify dates remain untouched while unimportant duplicate, trivial and obsolete files are discretely disposed of. And while this massive enterprise endeavour is going on? Users remain blissfully unaware. There’s no scheduled downtime, no need for extensive training or rigorous data preparation — zero change to the way users access and edit their active documents.
What the end-user sees before migration:
After Shinydrive (It’s the same experience for the end-user):
Our modern solution crawls through all the databases and file shares to dynamically gather intelligence about a company’s enterprise information, wherever it resides. By analyzing metadata, permissions, file attributes and full-text information, it can act on your information and migrate relevant content. Meanwhile, accumulated digital redundant, obsolete and trivial (ROT) information is dispensed with. This all happens without disrupting end-users.