Microsoft Selects Binary Tree’s Software

Microsoft to Incorporate Binary Tree’s Migration and Coexistence Technology for Onboarding their Customers to Office 365

NEWARK NJ – September 6, 2012 – Binary Tree, a leading provider of software solutions for migrating to Microsoft Exchange and Microsoft Office 365, today announced that Microsoft has selected Binary Tree migration and coexistence technology to streamline the migration process for customers moving from Lotus Notes/Domino environments to Microsoft’s Office 365. This agreement allows Microsoft to offer Binary Tree technology to streamline the customers’ migration and coexistence experience.
 
“As many customers migrate to Office 365, having Binary Tree’s migration and coexistence technology helps simplify the onboarding process and reduce Lotus migration costs,” stated Kevin Allison, general manager of Office 365 for Microsoft. “Binary Tree’s software has been used to migrate millions of users from Lotus Notes to Microsoft Office 365 and has proven instrumental in the onboarding process.”  Lotus Notes to Office 365 Migration
 
Microsoft has not announced when Binary Tree’s technology will be available in conjunction with Office 365. Until then, customers can continue to purchase migration and coexistence software directly from Binary Tree or a registered Binary Tree partner.
 
“This is a significant milestone for Binary Tree and we are honored that Microsoft has selected our software to be offered with Office 365,” stated Steven Pivnik, chief executive officer of Binary Tree. “As we enter our twentieth year as the messaging migration leader, this agreement further strengthens our leadership position, as well as our relationship with Microsoft.”
 
Under the terms of the non-exclusive agreement, Microsoft will be able to offer the following Binary Tree technology with their migrations to Office 365:
When Binary Tree’s technology components are offered with Office 365, customers requiring the application coexistence component known as Zero-Touch Application Remediation (ZApp), will continue to be able to purchase it directly from Binary Tree or a registered Binary Tree partner. ZApp allows users who have been migrated to Microsoft Exchange and Outlook to continue to run email-enabled Lotus Notes workflow applications.
 
Binary Tree will also continue to sell its entire suite of product and services, including its E2E Complete software for Exchange migrations, directly to customers and partners that are migrating to on-premise versions of Microsoft Exchange or to cloud-based versions of Microsoft Exchange offered by other providers.
 
ABOUT BINARY TREE
 
Binary Tree is a leading provider of software for migrating enterprise messaging users and applications to on-premises and cloud-based versions of the Microsoft platform. Since 1993, Binary Tree and its business partners have helped over 6,000 customers around the world to migrate more than 25 million email users. Binary Tree’s suite of software provides solutions for migrating from Exchange 2003/2007 and Lotus Notes to on-premises and online versions of Exchange and SharePoint. Binary Tree is represented by business partners worldwide who provide specialized services and a proven methodology for guiding customers through complex transitions. Binary Tree is a Microsoft Gold ISV Partner, an IBM Premier Business Partner, and is one of Microsoft’s preferred vendors for migrating to Microsoft Office 365. Binary Tree is headquartered in the New York metropolitan area with international offices in London, Paris, Stockholm, Singapore, and Sydney. For more information, please visit us online at www.binarytree.com.
 
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