A Successful SharePoint Migration Starts With Knowledge
Migrating or consolidating legacy content 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 SharePoint migration process in order to ensure content is easily able to find and retrieve.
KnowledgeLake follows a structured migration process that is proven and reliable. Our detailed methodology and flexible tool set provides us with the ability to execute highly-customized migrations. Once we move content and data (which includes bringing over existing customer workflow, forms and integrated line-of-business systems,) we leverage established best practices to ensure compliance, governance and an audit trail. We create this plan with scalability and growth in mind.
This white paper will examine why and when to consider an Enterprise Content Management (ECM) legacy system migration to SharePoint while emphasizing the challenges, benefits and technical considerations. For example, it is important to reduce risk factors by considering a few key best practices before, during and after the actual SharePoint migration.
Another word of advice found in the paper: Determine third party requirements for features that may not be available in the core platform of a new system. For example: Scanning, Searching and Viewing, Records Management, Backup/Recovery, Departmental Applications (Accounts Payable, Human Resources) and Vertical Solutions (Legal, Healthcare).
This whitepaper is filled with important points to consider for planning and analysis, how to proceed after your SharePoint migration is complete and ways to make the most of your investment. With the functionality SharePoint and KnowledgeLake bring, users across the enterprise can leverage the ROI benefits of ECM, including enhanced compliance, user productivity, more efficient business processes and improved security of business information.