SeeUnity and Active Navigation Announce Joint Partnership

September 25, 2015

SeeUnity and Active Navigation have joined forces to help customers with all of their content compliance, governance and migration needs.  Together they will be able to provide their customers with the best of both worlds by first analyzing content to clean up and ensure compliance and then efficiently and accurately migrating content to the repository of their choice.

SeeUnity supports a wide range of on-premise and cloud based ECM, CRM and File Sharing Connectors. By partnering with SeeUnity, Active Navigation is able to extend its information governance solutions to support all the leading ECM and file share applications. With such complimentary software products and an extensive list of connectors SeeUnity and Active Navigation will be able to offer tight integration with a wide range of repositories to significantly enhance its Intelligent Migration and Content Governance solutions’.    “We are excited to announce our joint-partnership with Active Navigation,” stated Dan Anderson, VP of Sales and Marketing for SeeUnity, “This partnership will help us further serve customers who are looking for a way to clean-up  and transform their enterprise content before a major migration.” Rich Hale, Active Navigation’s CTO added “working with See Unity’s rich connectivity allows us to deliver high fidelity file analysis across a range of repositories unrivalled in our market”

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About Active Navigation Our products play a fundamental role in any information governance strategy enabling cost, risk and efficiency savings through information audit, clean up and defensible deletion, intelligent file migration, records capture, eDiscovery collection and ongoing policy monitoring. Our globally proven methodology is driven by 10s of thousands of hours of practical experience and empowers information, IT and legal professionals to truly understand and take control of their unstructured data.


Posted on: September 25, 2015