The Trillicom Optika to Content Manager OnDemand Conversion and Migration Services is ready for IBM PureSystems. Trillicom is among the first application providers to certify their solution on IBM’s new family of expert integrated systems.
Optika to Content Manager OnDemand Conversion and Migration Services Software Engine extracts digital CRM ERM archives directly from any platform without access to legacy platform. Supporting 200+ application formats (Coins, Mobius, TREEV, FileNet, CA, et al) can apply transformations to legacy data and metadata (AFP,PDF,TIFF) transforming archives to a format to be loaded into IBM ®CMOD.
The TrilliCom Engine solution extends the IBM® Content Manager OnDemand platform by extracting foreign EMC and ERM archives directly from any storage platform (optical, disk, tape) without access to the source platform at high-speed.
The Engine supports over 200 applications (Optika, Coins, Mobius, TREEV, FileNet, SER OnBase, CA View and Deliver, Jack Henry, Anacomp, Systemware, Sungard, et al) and can apply transformations to the legacy data and metadata (AFP, PDF, TIFF) transforming the archives to a format for loading into IBM CMOD. Customers can seamlessly access old and new archives from their CMOD repository (ETL) Hardware, software, connectors and maintenance costs are no longer a burden as the customer data has passed through the Engine and now resides in an enterprise wide repository. For more information, please Contact Trillicom.
IBM PureSystems combine the flexibility of a general purpose system, elasticity of cloud and the simplicity of an appliance tuned to a workload – fundamentally changing the experience and economics of IT. Trillicom’s Optika to Content Manager OnDemand Conversion and Migration Services Software is enabled on IBM PureFlex™ System. The IBM PureFlex™ System combines compute, storage, networking, virtualization and management into a single infrastructure system that is expert at sensing and anticipating resource needs to optimize your infrastructure. Follow this link to learn more about IBM PureSystems.