I’ve been working with a client who needs to consolidate two Qumas content repositories into a single system. Qumas is an Irish company that has a content management solution that runs standalone as well as on top of Documentum. My client was running both Qumas applications on top of Documentum. In working with client, we […]
Update on OpenMigrate Qumas Migration. Post includes some hints and reminders that apply to all migration.
TSG is in the final stages of a complex, cross-Atlantic migration utilizing OpenMigrate. This project requires moving approximately 40,000 documents from a Qumas DocCompliance system in the Midwest to an existing Qumas DocCompliance system in Europe.
We wanted to thank Rich Medina from Doculabs for a nice mention of our Complaince Solution/HPI in his post on How to select a Life Sciences Document Management Solution. We agree with Rich that “the emergence of non-Documentum options as serious candidates to manage controlled documents in the life sciences industry” is something we are seeing more […]
Making Complex Migrations Fast and Simple through Configuration & Visualization OpenMigrate provides a configurable, modular, and extensible framework that makes data and content migrations a snap. For a detailed example, check out our migration webinar. OpenMigrate provides the high speed capabilities to address both one-time and ongoing migrations with a flexible/no code and high-performance architecture. […]
OpenMigrate can be used to migrate large volumes of images and other files from FileNet IDM into Documentum, Alfresco or any other repository. Rather than writing a full FileNet connector, TSG leveraged its JDBC and other existing framework components to quickly extend OpenMigrate to extract from FileNet.
Thanks to all the attendees (a record) at our TSG Client Briefing last week at the University of Chicago Gleacher center. Many of the attendees mentioned it was the best one yet. This post will share some of the discussions.