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Cimtrek announces the general release of its Lotus Notes migrator for Microsoft’s SharePoint platform

Cimtrek announces the availability of its Lotus Notes Migration tools for Microsoft SharePoint. This announcement from CIMtrek is significant as it gives IBM Lotus Notes users a migration path for their legacy applications to the full range of Microsoft Platforms including .NET, SharePoint and Azure.

Cimtrek removes the barriers associated with migrating Notes based applications to Microsoft SharePoint, by providing the tools to discover the applications your organisation has built with Notes, determine what can be migrated and to which platform (.NET or SharePoint). Then migrate them. In some instances no further effort is required to have a live application running on SharePoint in a matter of minutes.

CIMtrek's capabilities are primarily aimed at those applications classed as Process-centric that incorporate workflow or back-end connectivity to other applications or databases. These applications are more difficult to migrate because the logic and process must be both automatically and manually re-created. However, in providing capabilities that tackle the more complex applications, we also cover those solutions that are termed data-centric; the template-based applications which are created from the default Lotus Domino templates, and the custom applications which are either template-based applications that have been modified to contain additional data, or applications that were created from the "blank" template.

Cimtrek migrator for SharePoint converts:

  • Views to Navigation Links

  • View Screen to Application Page

  • Documents to Doc Libraries

  • Forms to Lists

  • Content to Lists with Attachments

  • Formulae to JS and CS

  • Framesets to Application Pages

  • .NSF file to SharePoint Site collection

Jon Pyke, founder and CEO of Cimtrek commented: "This is a significant release for us. The development opens up another very significant and growing market, one where we see great demand for the capabilities that we offer. It is extremely pleasing to say that interest in the new offering is high, with two multi-national organizations running beta/pilot applications, and we are confident they will roll out the newly migrated solutions across the globe".

About CIMtrek
CIMtrek is an international software company headquartered in the United Kingdom (London).

Founded by industry veteran Jon Pyke, CIMtrek provide tools that migrate legacy applications such as IBM's Lotus Notes to cloud platforms. It provides cloud solutions that mirror closely the way existing applications work.

Its innovative approach enables users to forget about computers and data and concentrate on what really matters - communication and collaboration - wherever you happen to be.

http://www.cimtrek.com/

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