Client: Aarsleff, Construction Company
Our client had a very fixed, tight timescale. They were looking to migrate Mail, OneDrive, Teams and SharePoint to consolidate a group of companies into one tenant. The client had identified that the Binary Tree toolset suited their business requirements and they were looking for an implementation expert to help architect the migration and hand over the implementation to their in-house team. They chose Cloud Essentials because we were able to offer the multi-staged approach to the tenant to tenant migration that they were looking for. We’re vendor agnostic and well placed to craft the right implementation project to meet the project’s unique needs.
Migration of Mail, OneDrive, Teams and SharePoint. This 1,000 + user migration required specialists to design and implement a migration plan and have a team of experts on hand to resolve any issues that arose along the way. The project was overseen by an experienced project manager to ensure each stage of the process was executed. They also co-ordinated communications between the teams and made sure the project and scope was completed before the hard stop date.
Despite the client using our solutions and professional services for their project they did have the technical capacity and capability of managing the project once the preliminary stages and testing had been completed. Therefore, in order to keep costs lower, they opted for a hand over migration service which Cloud Essentials was able to provide.
This tenant to tenant migration required co-existence and a phased approach which Cloud Essentials were also able to achieve.
We’re experts in tenant to tenant migration. Our experienced cloud architects employed their knowledge of similar challenges to ensure that a realistic, thorough implementation plan was drawn up and executed. We helped our client overcome the challenges that the migration brought throughout the hand over period and provided them with a safe and secure migration service.
Regular daily meetings with the technical team and weekly meetings with key stakeholders kept the project on track.
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