29 August 2015

Zarion Migrate gets upgrade

08 May 2014  |  718 views  |  0 Source: Zarion Software

Zarion Software today announced enhancements and performance improvements to its Zarion Migrate product, which make it easier and less risky for organisations to modernise their legacy document repositories and reduce costs of ownership.

Gerry O'Connor, Zarion CEO, commented: "We are seeing an unprecedented demand for content migration across the financial services sector. These companies who have been early adopters of imaging technologies such as FileNet are deciding to consolidate all of their content and standardise on one repository. This is being driven by industry consolidation and the desire to modernise legacy systems in order to reduce costs, meet regulatory requirements and add new policies and procedures".

Zarion Migrate is being used by banks, insurance companies and leading BPOs to move hundreds of millions of documents between organisations, or between virtual repositories. This latest version of Zarion Migrate includes full end to end connectivity with FileNet IS (image services) repositories, ensuring that documents, images, metadata and annotations can be seamlessly moved from source to target repository. In addition, performance improvements will enable much larger volumes of documents to be migrated more quickly, with minimum disruption to business.

O'Connor continued: "FileNet is widely used to manage large scale repositories in the financial services sector, often storing hundreds of millions of critical business documents and there is a need for businesses to move these documents both to and from FileNet repositories. By enhancing our Migrate product to support seamless FileNet connectivity and delivering huge performance improvements, we are now able to offer the FileNet community the safest, most cost effective and fastest content migration process in the market". 

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