Migration is not a four letter word!

Date: Thursday January 28, 2016
Time: 10:00 AM to 10:30 AM (EST)
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Migration projects shouldn’t feel like disaster planning! While there are many business events that trigger the need for migration projects, such as acquisitions, growth, restructuring, physical moves, digitization projects or system migrations (thinking about ditching those legacy programs?), more and more organizations are proactively planning migration projects to gain better control of content and manage it more effectively.

Less burden, more planning!

Recently, we’ve worked with a number of customers to relieve them of their migration burden and leverage these opportunities to improve business processes, unlock the value in content and make it more findable and useful to the organization.

Did you know that many organizations experience a 10x increase in planned costs of migration projects? Don’t lose control of your migration project!

By using content processing technologies such as content standardization, compression and classification, you can ensure that you are only migrating content once and moving content that is useful to your organization. Adlib’s content elevation process delivers:

  • Sophisticated transformation capabilities with built-in data cleansing processing to reconcile all data and automatically document business rules
  • Built-in data profiling to discover content, structure, and quality of data in all systems, and reuse those findings in the transformation process
  • Faster, lower-cost data migration efforts
  • Improved data consistency across systems, processes, and organizations

Make your migration project work for you! Let’s chat about how our technology and partner network can help you to get excited about migration projects!

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Roger Beharry Lall

Roger Beharry Lall

Director, Market Strategy & Research

Roger has been a strategic B2B technology marketer for over 15 years with a background in the overlap between technology and business. Roger has led marketing and pre-sales consulting around ERP and CRM systems with an IBM subsidiary in the Asian market and worked for a major Canadian Systems Integrator/VAR focused on Alliance and Product Management. Prior to joining Adlib, Roger was an executive with RIM (Research in Motion), responsible for launching their vertical program, working with software partners' and global carriers' go-to-market efforts, and he was a key player in RIM's expansion into 802.11 and VoIP technologies by launching their initial non-carrier, Wi-Fi device offering.

Roger has a Business degree from the Richard Ivey School of Business and an Executive Certificate in Strategy and Innovation from MIT's Sloan School of Business. In his spare time Roger enjoys wine tasting, playing the ukulele (badly, and for his ears only), and escaping into a good Tom Clancy novel.