Binary Tree Announces Future of Migrating Lotus Notes Applications to Microsoft SharePoint

Binary Tree, a leading provider of solutions for migrating Lotus Notes messaging
and applications to the Microsoft Platform and to Microsoft Online, announced
today that it will be demonstrating new products for migrating Lotus Notes
applications to Microsoft SharePoint in booth 514 at the Microsoft SharePoint
Conference 2009 next week in Las Vegas. The new products will include CMT for
SharePoint 2.5, which is scheduled to be released in the fourth quarter of 2009,
as well as a Lotus Notes Transformation Resource Library with integration to
Visual Studio via plug-ins.

"Binary Tree is a preferred and leading Microsoft ISV Partner for supporting
customers that are seeking to transition from Lotus Notes to Microsoft’s
platform for enterprise messaging, applications and collaboration," stated Terry
Birdsell, Director of Enterprise Sales, Microsoft Corporation. "They are a key
ISV partner to Microsoft’s Enterprise Notes Migration Methodology (ENM) and we
look forward to continuing our work with them worldwide to address the wave of
demand customers are showing in this space."

"We will be presenting a new collaborative approach to migrating Lotus Notes
applications to Microsoft that goes beyond simply analyzing your Notes
environment and migrating data and simple forms," stated Henry Bestritsky,
Managing Partner of Binary Tree. "With this powerful combination of new
solutions, developers can now search across all code to find specific workflow
relationships between Lotus Notes applications. We believe that there is no
other product in the world that can match this level of flexibility and

CMT for SharePoint 2.5 will provide new levels of simplicity and power for
migrating Lotus Notes applications to Microsoft SharePoint. CMT for SharePoint
2.5 will incorporate new capabilities like providing a simple yet powerful way
to migrate non-standard Notes applications to SharePoint, the ability to export
all Notes code into a SQL database, a flexible rules engine with integration
into SQL reporting services, and multi-threaded and multi-machine migration
processing capabilities with automated workload distribution.

Other new products on the horizon for migrating applications include a
Transformation Resource Library, a plug-in for Visual Studio, and a forms
conversion product. The Transformation Resource Library is a wiki-based
repository of code snippets, design elements, and tips and tricks for migrating
Notes applications to SharePoint and other Microsoft technologies. The Visual
Studio plug-in will integrate with the Transformation Resource Library allowing
Microsoft developers unprecedented access to understanding complex Lotus Notes
technologies directly from their Microsoft development environment.


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