Solutions that manage your requirements around
acquisitions, regulatory legislation and information governance
- Document and Records Management Migrations -
Delivering tried and tested solutions that manage the requirements around acquisitions, regulatory legislation and information governance
- Why choose T-Systems documents and records migration solution? -
T-Systems has been successfully migrating our customers Document and Records Management systems for two decades. No project is too small or large with references of successful migrations ranging from a few hundred Gigabytes to hundreds of Terabytes. Our proven methodology and experienced consultants deliver simple, reliable and secure solutions.
Whether its a straight forward technology upgrade from one platform to another or the consolidation of multiple systems to a single unified platform. T-Systems has the proven ability to deliver simple, secure, reliable solutions. T-Systems consultants can build extensive, repeatable complex migration frameworks to: automatically identify the type of content and process it appropriately, condition the content to fit and work inside the new platform, add all required metadata and tags to ensure the content is used and can be found correctly and automatically translate all links to ensure the content relationships are correct in the new target system
Utlising the proprietory API based T-Systems Connectors, T-Systems has the ability to capture content from any source and once consolidated and transformed load into any platform. Why not contact us to check we can deliver your required migration solution.
Making sure what you wanted to happen to your content actually happened is a simple matter with T-Systems. T-Systems Migration Architect provides full reports that detail what has happened to content as it has passed through the process. Migration Architect automatically generates source to target maps showing where all content has been moved from and to where, digital fingerprints to prove that the actual content has not changed in the migration process and full log details of what was changed and when.