Migrate Big Content Collections in a Short Time

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  • Transform large volumes of files from one format to another
  • Migrate content, keywords, versions, permissions, users, and notes
  • Easily remove duplicates with a simple configuration


  • Quickly identifies the content types and keywords in all of your content repositories
  • Presents content types in an easy to navigate format
  • Allows mapping of keywords in one system to keywords in another


By plugging in additional tools, like Elastic Search or Ephesoft, you can:

  • Easily extract metadata from documents, images and videos
  • Classify all of your organizations’ records in a more accessible manner
  • Allow for the detection of Personally Identifiable Information (PII)
  • Designed for business analysts
  • User interface driven
  • Designed to migrate billions of documents on premise or to cloud, or both
  • Faster migrations means faster time to the real value of Alfresco, such as workflow, records management, collaboration, and applications


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