Predictable ECM migrations

Thorough approach for any ECM migration

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Why do an ECM migration?

There are several drivers for ECM migrations, such as replacing your legacy systems, digital transformation projects, IT consolidation and so forth. 

Figuring out which driver is leading your project is important, as it determines requirements for the migration project. While the ECM market is mature, it is still undergoing considerable changes, both in terms of vision as in terms of consolidation. It may even determine whether you should be integrating rather than migrating.

Why choose Xillio for an ECM migration?

Over the years, Xillio has developed own software specifically for migrations of enterprise content management systems with main focus on easy export and import data. The software consists of a tooling in which years of knowledge and experience are combined with migration-specific functionality.

In addition, Xillio has developed content services to monitor migrations from A to Z, to automatically enrich with metadata, to de-duplicate document sets and to execute delta migrations.

Xillio supports all ECM systems

There are dozens of ECM platforms available, all of them having their pros and cons. People have a different opinion about which platform is the best. But whether you are migrating from Alfresco to Documentum, from Livelink to SharePointAlfresco to SharePoint, HP Trim to Oracle WebCenter Content, or finally migrate content stored on file shares, the pitfalls are always the same. That’s why you need a proven approach to plan and carry out the ECM migration in a faster, cheaper, more efficient and more accurate way than traditional means.

Systems that we support include:
Migrate Livelink data
Archive and migrate Infoarchive
Migrate OpenText Content Server content and data
Migrate content and metadata from and to Alfresco ECM
Migrate content from Documentum ECM
Migrate FileNet to new ECM
Import documents to SharePoint Online
Export data from HP TRIM Content Manager
ObjectiveECM vervangen door nieuw ECM

5 Tips for a Successful Content Migration

A migration from one system to another is often more complex than just simply moving content from A to B.

In this tip sheet you will find 5 indispensable tips that will pave the way for a successful content migration to a new content management environment.

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Tips for doing a content ECM migration

Examples of ECM Migrations

Xillio has successfully carried out hundreds of ECM migrations in the last years at multinationals, small enterprises, universities and government institutions. We migrated multiple repositories to one new central ECM. Download the below case studies to learn more about these projects. Or have a look at our clients' list


Hyland Onbase migration to SharePoint Online

Successful development-based migration to Microsoft SharePoint Online, giving end-users easy access to documents, improving control over data and data governance, and contributing to better compliance with privacy laws and regulations


Migration Alfresco to SharePoint Online Office365

Migration-as-a-service approach 

Xillio’s Migration-as-a-Service approach. Completely handing over the migration from Alfresco to SharePoint to the Xillio consultants.


Migration from multiple ECM systems to SharePoint

Multiple sources migrated 

Controlled migration from multiple sources to one ECM. From Hummingbird, Livelink, SharePoint 2010 and files shares to a single ECM environment.


5 Approaches to Get Started with Consolidating and Transferring Content

There are basically 5 different content migration approaches.. They are grouped in doing it yourself, or having it done. In this white paper the advantages and disadvantages of the different methods are explained. 

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What is an ECM migration?

A Enterprise Content Management (ECM) migration is the transfer of content, workflows, meta data, information architecture, and user permissions from one platform to another. The ECM space is changing at a rapid pace, which makes your options more complex. 

ECM migrations can be fairly complex and may be subject to compliance and governance rules. This means you will need to use a thorough approach, or your migration project may fail. Sometimes, you even need a plan B to successfully complete a content migration project.