How Do You Define Full-Fidelity Migrations?

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“You keep using that word. I do not think it means what you think it means.”

Axceler, through its acquisition of echoTechnology in early 2010, has been migrating Nintex Workflows since the MOSS 2007 platform. Echo was known within the industry for our comprehensive support for Nintex. We have a long history together, going back to the founding of the two companies. In fact, almost every migration demo we provide showcases a Nintex workflow migration.

Davinci Migrator for SharePoint 2010 doesn’t just move some aspects of Nintex workflows – we move everything. And we’re the only company that does it. When we say “full-fidelity,” we mean it. We move the Nintex web parts. We move the Nintex workflow definitions and versions. We move the Nintex workflow history and tasks. We move the Nintex constants and variables. We move the Nintex message templates and settings. We fully support all 120 Nintex activities. And we fully support all 22 Nintex workflow templates.

Our competitors would love to make these claims. But they can’t.

And that’s not the only unique functionality within Davinci. We offer a robust query and reporting interface unlike any other competitive offering, allowing you to understand what is in your environment, and how best to plan your migration.  And we also provide pre-migration analysis, identifying potential issues (such as sites with uncompleted Nintex workflow activities) before you migrate. It is simply the most granular and powerful migration tool on the market.

If you’ve not yet seen a demo, it’s time you took a look at Davinci Migrator from Axceler (datasheet here, schedule a demo here).

Christian Buckley

Christian is a Microsoft Regional Director and Office Servers and Services MVP, the Founder & CEO of CollabTalk LLC, an independent research and technical marketing services firm based in Salt Lake City, Utah, and CMO of revealit.io, a blockchain-based video technology company.