Many organizations are replacing their 'old' enterprise content management system, e.g. Documentum, with Alfresco, as well as migrating content from Alfresco to an alternative system, e.g. Alfresco to SharePoint. Some companies even use multiple systems, e.g. SharePoint as a front end and Alfresco as a back-end.
Want to extract data in bulk from Alfresco and load it in another system or a newer version of the enterprise content software? Want to finish a content migration to Alfresco within a tight time-frame?
There are several tools available that will accelerate the migration process between Alfresco; however, these tools lack the ability to determine which data is valuable to migrate, nor do they provide the needed assistance and knowledge that is required for a migration process.
With our intelligent migration solution, Xillio helps organizations to quickly and easily export content types (e.g. documents, users, comments, tags) between Alfresco. Exported data can be migrated to any target system.
There is hardly any content management system that exists in a pure standalone manner. And in particular, Enterprise Content Management (ECM) systems are business critical, and therefore need to be integrated with a variety of business applications.
Rather than building a custom integration with Alfresco time and time again, you can use Xillio's cloud-based API as a unified way to access anything stored in Alfresco. This makes building your integrations considerably easier and cheaper.
Using the Xillio API to integrate Alfresco with business applications has the following advantages:
For more information about our API, please visit the developer portal.
The IT department at the state of Alaska has been using Oracle WebCenter Content (Oracle WCC) for document and records management. The state government’s leadership decided to choose Alfresco as their new enterprise content management
Xillio has been able to realize this in record time. Read more about it in the case study.
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