Migrating Massive Legacy Lotus Notes Database

INTRODUCTION

During the mid-1990s, IBM Lotus Notes’ ability to optimize business processes and handle workflow without requiring considerable coding effort was unprecedented. For over 20 years, the collaboration platform is still growing strong and has been serving customers from all industries.
However, for major companies in conventional industries who wish to differentiate and disrupt their industry with technology advancement, an enormous legacy Lotus Notes system proves to be a setback. Lotus Notes applications have a low level of integration, making them irrelevant in an application landscape increasingly joined by various interconnected on premise and cloud applications and services.

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