What data migrates?
Universal Migrator transfers all the following data and more.
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Migrate like MedTech.
Have you ever wondered how competing hospital systems running different software applications seamlessly transfer millions of complex medical records every single day?
Universal Migrator uses the same approach to facilitate seamless data migrations for law firms.
Universal Migrator is facilitates seamless migrations. You will never be unable to work and will always have access to all your data through the migration experience.
No Mistakes - No Human Error - Ever.
Universal Migrator uses a "playbook" to facilitate seamless migrations.
This means computers follow the exact same steps every single time.
Universal Migrator has helped thousands of firms transition between platforms.
Our battle-tested experience guarantees a pain-free experience.
Firm Decision Maker
A member of your firm should serve as a dedicated point of contact who can make decisions and answer any questions your migration consultant may have. This person should be readily available and is typically the firm administrator or office manager.
Low Firm Preparation
(<1 day but may vary)
Your firm will need to commit a minimal amount of time answering questions/coordinating with your migration consultant.
Legacy Admin Credentials
Your migration consultant will need an Administrator username and password into this application in order to extract your data.
Senior Consultant Required
Migrations from this system should only be performed by senior migration consultants.
Low Consultant Preparation
(0-2 days but may vary)
Your migration consultant will generally need a short period of time to prepare for your migration. During this period of time, your firm continues to use your old system as normal.
$3500 + Consultant Fees
Migrations from this system typically include a $3500 license fee for Universal Migrator in addition to any fees your migration consultant may charge. Depending on the system you are migrating into, this charge may be partially or fully subsidized for you.