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Migration Flow – is designed from the ground up to support the Workpoint architecture where each data entity, being a “Company” or a “Project” etc. has a dedicated SharePoint Site.

Migration challenge: Transfer content to thousands of sites.

  • Performance. Migration Flow can transfer data x4 faster than any other known tool
  • No programming involved, hence no black-box PowerShell to develop and not the least, test! All is done visually with no code.
  • No manually managed Excel sheets or CSV files for specifying what source sites to migrate to what destination site
  • Centrally managed logging where you can track all actions in one place – no need for opening external logs for each site migrated
  • Track progress in real-time and optionally visualize with your own Power BI dashboard and trigger approvals and notifications in Power Automate.

Loop WorkPoint sites – migrate & set permissions

Directly access the WorkPoint master site and read the business entity items. The run For-Each Item and use column values as parameters for the migration.
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Legacy Document Management System to WorkPoint

Combine metadata from databases with the binary file content to form document library items and distribute dynamically to designated WorkPoint business entities (sites)
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Consolidate reporting across thousands of sites

Reporting with ZERO CSV/Excel files. EVERYTHING is consolidated automatically across all Workpoint site migrations (thousands) including incremental runs.
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High performance (x5-x20 faster than any know setup)

Async file transfer. Multiple Azure migration queues to service the common Azure Blob Storage
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Document & metadata sources
  • Legacy Document Management Systems like Alfresco, eDoc, Documentum, M-Files etc.
  • “Home made” Document Management Systems, typically with metadata stored in SQLServer and binary files on FileShares or in BLOB columns in the database.
  • Legacy SharePoint Document Libraries and Lists (SharePoint on-premises 2007,10,13,16,19)
  • Differently organized content in SharePoint Online storage in same or other tenant(s)
  • Microsoft Teams – associated Document Libraries and Lists
  • FileShares with folders

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