While the core framework dates back to 2006, PST migration functionality was first added in the summer of 2009 and then launched early in 2010. The software has therefore been used in the wild for a good number of years, by some of the biggest companies in the world. As a result, it has evolved into a stable, scalable, enterprise ready IT solution that simply works! Since the early days, key features have continued to be added based upon customer feedback and we now offer data discovery, reporting, migration and rehydration functionality.
Our software is written by Microsoft Certified Solution Developers (MCSD) who have years of system administration experience and are also Microsoft Certified System Engineers (MCSE). The result of decades of engineering and development experience is useable software that actually gets the job done quickly and efficiently. Unfortunately this is not always the case and all too often software is written by system engineers who have no real understanding of development concepts or patterns and have only ever dabbled with development tools. The resultant application is great when everything goes right, but common issues such as network latency, permissions or timeouts mean things do not work as intended. Simply put, errors are not handled properly and data can become disjointed when something goes wrong. On the other hand, engineering solutions written by pure developers often do not have the ability to get the job done in its entirety. They may look pretty, but the lack of real world system administration experience means there is a lot to be desired and the resultant task may end up with manual workarounds and processes. Because of the combined engineering and development skills, we do things differently.
As a software house, we provide reliable, feature rich applications to corporations of all sizes, primarily via our international network of partners. This means we can remain adaptable to changing requirements and allows our partners to concentrate on building relationships within their local markets. As a result, you get the best of both worlds: great software, locally!