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Quest Migrator for Notes to SharePoint Case Study

Fenner Dunlop – rates MNSP a 10 out of 10

Introduction

This case study of Fenner Dunlop is based on a November 2017 survey of Quest Migrator for Notes to SharePoint customers by TechValidate, a 3rd-party research service.

“We had a large well established Lotus Notes presence which needed to be migrated to SharePoint with minimal impact on users and the Quest Migrator tool allowed this to occur without issue.”

Challenges

The business challenges:

  • Solved for the following challenges:
    • Rationalized application environment
    • Eliminated dependency on legacy platforms/servers
    • Preserved critical data with high fidelity
    • Met project timeline

Use Case

The key features and functionalities:

  • Cited the following as their target platforms:
    • Microsoft Office 365
  • Was migrating the following Notes applications:
    • Document library
    • Team room
    • Critical business applications
  • Migrated 100-500 Notes databases
  • Had the following groups perform the Notes migration:
    • Performed the migration themselves
  • Took less than 3 months to migrate their Notes applications.

Results

Achieved the following results:

  • Was extremely satisfied with the quality and completeness of the data migrated
  • Chose this solution for the following reasons:
    • Its recommendation by a partner or consultant
  • Recommends it for the following reasons:
    • A variety of migration requirements
    • Reliability and fidelity of the data migrated
    • Improved migration process over previous methods




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