Metalogix, the leading provider of content infrastructure software to improve the use and performance of enterprise content on Microsoft SharePoint, Exchange and Cloud platforms, today announced that Kattelo Consulting has utilized Metalogix Content Matrix to perform SharePoint migrations for small and medium business (SMB) customers moving to SharePoint 2013 and Office 365.
“Our teams have tried out all the usual products for SharePoint migration, and Metalogix is our top choice,” said Kenneth Lo, CEO, Kattelo Consulting. “From installation to the actual migration, Metalogix Content Matrix is extremely intuitive. The extensive options, meanwhile, facilitate the more complex migration scenarios. We are able to shorten the amount of time spent on content migration and have more resources left to address post-migration enhancements. With Metalogix, Kattelo delivers maximum values to its customers.”
Metalogix Content Matrix is the most powerful way to upgrade, migrate and organize your SharePoint content. It provides a one-hop, high-speed and high-fidelity migration of content from any previous version of SharePoint at speeds 25 times faster than other third-party migration vendors. It gives organizations the capability to move terabytes of content to SharePoint from file shares, websites, blogs & wikis, Exchange Public Folders and legacy ECM platforms.
According to Lo, the migration speeds achieved by Content Matrix set the product apart from competitors. His teams can perform most SharePoint migration projects within one to two days, while spending 20-40 hours on each project on the pre- and post-migration aspects, which includes reorganizing content. This allows companies to boost end-user adoption after the migration is complete by improving the architecture of the SharePoint farm.
“My clients want to complete a project and we know that with Metalogix, it will be completed on time and done correctly,” said Lo. “It’s exciting for us because we can provide our clients with the best services and the best SharePoint migration product, in my opinion, in the marketplace.”
In the SharePoint Content Survey, conducted by Metalogix in November 2012, SharePoint professionals and IT directors revealed that speed and pre-migration planning were two of their top priorities when undertaking SharePoint migration projects.
“With latest release of Content Matrix, we focused on high-speed and high-fidelity migration enhancements and added the ongoing management features the SharePoint community told us they needed to be successful in the Cloud, with high speed, robust metadata re-organization and management capabilities at the top of that list,” said Steven Murphy, CEO, Metalogix. “As shown by Kattelo Consulting, Content Matrix is a powerful Cloud Gateway product that achieves unmatched speed for SharePoint migration projects to ensure they are completed on-time and on-budget to help organizations improve the use and performance of their SharePoint content.”
Metalogix (metalogix) provides content infrastructure software to improve the use and performance of enterprise content. For over a decade, Metalogix has transformed the way commercial and government organizations manage terabytes of content to improve knowledge sharing and collaboration. Today, more than 7,500 customers rely on the company’s products to upgrade, migrate, organize, store, archive and replicate content on Microsoft SharePoint, Exchange and Cloud platforms. Metalogix has moved more than 50,000 terabytes of content more than every other ISV in the marketplace combined.
Metalogix is recognized as the fastest growing software company in the Washington D.C.-area by the Washington Business Journal and was named to the 2012 Inc. 500 list of fastest growing companies. Metalogix is a Microsoft Gold Partner, a managed partner in Microsoft’s High Potential ISV Group and GSA provider. Metalogix is a privately held company backed by Insight Venture Partners and Bessemer Venture Partners.
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