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City of London Moves Systems to Better Support Records Management Practices

The City of London moves systems to better support records management practices with SeeUnity’s Velocity Content Migration. The City of London wanted to move 4 terabytes of mission-critical content from OpenText Livelink to SharePoint 2013. Initially, when Livelink was configured and implemented, records management was not a part of the project scope. Once this became … Continued

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Intellectual Ventures Migrated to NetDocuments

Intellectual Ventures migrated to NetDocuments with EIM International and SeeUnity. Their goal was to provide Intellectual Ventures a new and better way to store documents. IV had previously been using Documentum as their ECM, but decided they no longer needed the customizations provided by Documentum. They wanted to simplify their document management and NetDocuments provided … Continued

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Not-for-profit Moves Legal Department to SharePoint

A New York not-for-profit organization moves their legal department to SharePoint with SeeUnity’s Velocity Content Migration. After nearly five years of challenges and setbacks, the organization decided to replace their eDOCS DM with SharePoint. As frustration and risks mounted, the non-profit looked for a company standard, leading them to SharePoint. Migrations of this sort are … Continued

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Major Government Financial Agency Migrates to SharePoint

An undisclosed major government financial agency migrates to SharePoint with SeeUnity’s Velocity Content Migration solution. For this agency, eDOCS had played a sustained role for high-value content. However, the agency was directed to transition to a privately hosted SharePoint environment. They knew migrations are no small task, so they submitted a request for proposal. SeeUnity … Continued

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