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Vital Path Launches New Migration Center Solution

New module enables migrations, integration to and from EMC Documentum

Vital Path, a provider of IT content integration and migration, announced the addition of ECM Documentum compatibility to its self-service data migration platform, Migration Center. This new solution allows enterprise customers to quickly and easily organize, consolidate, synchronize and migrate data to or from EMC's Documentum content management platform to several other popular content management systems, helping customers to move information in a methodical and secure manner. The software now provides a secure, one-to-one connection between EMC Documentum and other content management systems. Using a secure link between each platform's native application program interface (API), Migration Center ensures security and compliance while solving the vast majority of content migration needs in an effective desktop application.

With the addition of EMC's Documentum platform, Migration Center can currently manage content migration and integration with more than 18 different solutions and covering the most popular content management systems for business. These 18 solutions comprise an estimated 80 percent of the enterprise content management market, assuring that the majority of enterprises can benefit from the data migration and integration capabilities that Migration Center has to offer. Unlike other migration tools, Vital Path's Migration Center is designed to leverage a business' internal IT resources to migrate data without assistance from consultants or professional services. Using an intuitive user interface with prebuilt mapping and translation configurations, installing and implementing migrations is fast, easy, and secure.

"The addition of EMC Documentum to the Migration Center portfolio is a real milestone for Vital Path, as well as for the content management market," said Paul Sleptsov, Vice President of Product Development for Vital Path. "The product as a whole was developed from our company's many years of expertise in content migration and integration across a variety of platforms. The lifecycle of a content management system, including events such as, upgrades, system consolidation or retirement, affect ROI throughout the enterprise. By adding Documentum to the portfolio of supported systems, which includes SharePoint, Open Text Livelink and File Shares, we're now able to improve ROI for approximately 80 percent of the content management market.

Migration Center offers fast and easy desktop installation for out-of-the-box functionality. It can successfully manage any amount of data for migration, while its real-time dashboards and reporting offer timely updates on the status of your content and making the need for costly validation tools obsolete.

Migration Center is one of the migration and integration solution offered by Vital Path. Listed in Gartner's "Cool Vendors in Content Management 2009," Vital Path is productive, efficient, and allows organizations to realize greater returns more quickly on companies' existing IT and enterprise content management (ECM) investments. Vital Path reduces the complexity surrounding content migrations with a simple and easy-to-use tool.

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