Similar to relocating to a new home or a new office space, changing the online location of your work and your information can be daunting. When it comes to enterprise content management, the labour and logistics involved with relocating information and communication could be enough to deter some businesses from considering migrations. Whether it be migrating from SharePoint on premise, OpenText, Citrix ShareFile, M-Files, or other similar platforms, the main question any business encounters is this: is migrating to SharePoint Online worth the investment?
If you choose to migrate without the help of trained professionals, the answer to this question is maybe. However, as number of work-from-home employees increases, the importance of integrated, cloud-based, user-friendly information and communication is also increasing. If you feel as if you are spending far too much time and resources on administrative tasks, and if you feel as if the unorganized structure of your Informational Architecture is hindering the productivity of your business, then migrating to SharePoint Online may be just what you need.
There is no question that any transition comes with uncertainty. However, just like seeking the services of professional movers when you decide to relocate physical spaces, the help of a certified Microsoft professional will ensure a seamless transition to Microsoft 365 and SharePoint Online. Our team at Elantis has experience with a variety of industries and clients. We ensure your unique needs will be met while we help you take the step towards SharePoint Online. With our team of experts, employing a proven methodology for migrations using AI-power tools like ProvenTeq, Elantis focusses on the safe transition of your information, so you are able to focus on the more pertinent matters of your business.
Migrating holds benefits for any organization:
If you would like to know more about the ways a SharePoint migration would help your business, please contact us for a free consultation today!
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