SeeUnity Announces Conversion Utility for Open Text eDOCS

Company: SeeUnity
Published: 09 November, 2010
SeeUnity, the market-leading provider of Enterprise Content Integration and Migration products, is pleased to announce the immediate availability of its Conversion Utility for Open Text eDOCS (eDOCS). The Conversion Utility has been customized specifically for transferring an entire eDOCS 6 repository to eDOCS 5.

"Our Conversion Utility meets a specific demand from a fixed market eDOCS migration from version 6 to 5," said Brant Henne, Marketing Director at SeeUnity. "eDOCS users now have a turnkey option for moving their entire repository, including content, metadata, users and security, from eDOCS 6 to eDOCS 5."

"We're enthusiastic to have this product available," said Antony White, Managing Partner at Lamite ltd. "Our customers using eDOCS 6 are examining alternatives. The Conversion Utility provides two important benefits. First, it allows them to move their content to a very similar ECM system. Second, it performs the conversion securely, quickly and with a minimum of disruption."

This product represents a customization of existing content migration products available from SeeUnity. Conversion Utility has been optimized to accelerate a specific conversion of data from eDOCS 6 to eDOCS 5. Notable improvements included a streamlined admin interface, and library of pre-configured tasks that accelerate the setup process.

The SeeUnity Conversion Utility is unique in the market, providing a product-based offering that delivers a full conversion rapidly and with a minimum of services. Planning and testing can be completed in days, with the actual conversion process lasting hours.

As a conversion utility, content can be left in place, or physically moved to a destination repository, if needed. Through a library of pre-configured templates that can be easily copied and modified, eDOCS 6 customers should expect the following to be converted:

* Documents
* Document Numbers (if not in use, an offset will be used)
* System IDs
* Users
* Groups
* Security
* Profile Forms
* Applications (APPS Table)
* Launch Methods
* Lookup Lists (including any custom lists)
* Folders
* Network Aliases
* Versions
* Quick Searches
* Workspaces
* Related Items
* Audit Entries (Can be limited to x number of rows)
* SQL and Oracle eDOCS databases
* eDOCS 6 RM containers can be converted to eDOCS 5 folders