Impact Systems Successfully Completes EMC Documentum Migration for Global Pharmaceutical Client

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Utilizing deep ECM knowledge and robust migration tools, Impact Systems assists global pharmaceutical organization in migrating legacy data from a newly acquired business in under two months.

The SST program designates elite partners with exceptional EMC software development and deployment expertise

Migration is typically more complex than customers anticipate, and they would benefit dramatically in seeking upfront help.

Impact Systems Inc., a leading provider of enterprise content management software tools and services, announced the successful completion of an Open Text Livelink migration to EMC Documentum for its client, a global surgical and vision care pharmaceutical company. The project was completed two weeks ahead of schedule utilizing Impact Systems’ robust suite of migration tools.

After acquiring a smaller rival, Impact Systems’ customer needed to migrate all critical documents and associated folder hierarchies from a legacy Open Text Livelink system, in an exact form, to existing EMC Documentum infrastructure. Impact was given an aggressive two-month timeline in which to assist its customer in finalizing the transition.

Impact Systems successfully completed all configurations, and migrated critical documents and associated metadata within forty-five days. The company also achieved all business acquisition objectives for its customer utilizing a combination of Impact migration tools, including Q-Transfer™ Exporter for Open Text, a module of the Q-Transfer™ Suite for intelligent content transfer, and Q-Transfer™ Lite, a true end-user bulk-loading application.

Customers engage Impact Systems in recognition of the company’s 14 years of experience in enterprise content management, including eight years as a certified EMC Select Services Team Documentum partner. The company’s proven capabilities in executing complex migration projects are backed by a suite of Designed for Documentum migration tools and a comprehensive, fact-based approach to migrations that helps organizations reduce time, cost and risk.

“More often than not, organizations attempt to execute migrations themselves, and after repeated frustration call us at the last minute for support,” said Mangesh Honwad, CEO, Impact Systems. “Our goal is to help educate customers on the fact that migration is typically more complex than they anticipate, and that they would benefit dramatically in seeking upfront help.”

Additional projects include assisting several large organizations in migrating to Documentum 6.5 SP3. Among these customers are a global pharmaceutical company, a biopharmaceutical firm, a biotechnology company, and an independent drug development and contract manufacturer.

For more information on Impact Systems’ migration services, visit
http://www.ImpactSystems.com/migrationhelp

For more information on Impact Systems’ off-the-shelf migration software, visit
http://www.ImpactSystems.com/software/overview

About Impact Systems, Inc.:
Impact Systems provides software tools and services for implementing, deploying and migrating enterprise content management (ECM) systems, including specialization within the EMC® Documentum® platform. The company has developed a proprietary suite of configuration management, content/metadata transfer, and bulk load software tools that provide significant time and cost savings for deployments, migrations and ongoing electronic content needs. Impact Systems specializes in deploying regulatory business solutions such as Compliance-in-a-Box for clients in the life sciences (medical devices, biotech, pharmaceutical and healthcare) markets. Additionally, the company has delivered solutions and services to satisfied clients in the manufacturing, technology and financial services markets. Impact Systems is a member of the EMC2 Consulting/Select Services Team, and is an Adobe® and Kofax partner.

For more information:
Visit Impact Systems at http://www.ImpactSystems.com or call 302-573-6864 x114.

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