Ensure your business content migration project receives the special attention, planning and expertise it needs

Our Process

Conducting a business content migration or consolidating legacy information into a new environment is no simple task. KnowledgeLake experts know how to ask the right questions to prevent time-consuming and expensive errors during the migration process and ensure findability of content.

1Audit & Discover

  • Identify key content to be moved
  • Verify any necessary, previous customizations
  • Analyze current taxonomy and information architecture

2Structure Information/Taxonomy

  • Discover, propose and establish a relevant taxonomy
  • Redesign and develop new architectures to address unique business needs
  • Consider proper library sites, content types, tags

3Move Content and Data

  • Split content databases to improve content database performance
  • Standardize data and process conversion
  • Import content and meta data to new system from legacy repository
  • Bring over existing custom workflows, forms and integrate line-of-business systems

4Fast Forward

  • Execute migration leveraging established best practices
  • Confirm content has been safely moved
  • Ensure compliance, governance and audit trail
  • Create a plan for scalability and growth

Decades of experience architecting and executing migrations

“...we have an enterprise content management solution that, overall, costs 60 to 70 percent less than our previous solution. We now use an equivalent of half a full-time employee, whereas in the past, it took two full-time employees to operate the Documentum system.”

Rebecca Wilson Project Leader for the Productivity Management Group

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KnowledgeLake worked with McFarland to perform a phased migration of approximately 4,000,000 documents and associated metadata from a GAUSS VIP DocManager system to SharePoint.

David Meier Technical Manager for McFarland Clinic

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“Replacing FileNet drove down the total cost of ownership for the content management system to a fraction of what it was before,” says Littenberg. “Plus, we were able to avoid the expense of upgrading to the FileNet P8 platform, which just did not make good business sense for us.”

Jerry Littenberg Vice President of Information Systems for Glenmede

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Tyson Foods

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