ConverterTechnology’s customers are typically enterprises and government organizations with more than one thousand employees. Customers include globally and nationally recognized organizations such as AMEX, Bank of America, Capitol One, Lloyds Bank, Disney, ESPN, Fidelity, Freddie Mac, Merck, Southwest Airlines, Toronto Dominion Bank, Toyota, Pacific Gas & Electric, and HSBC.

ConverterTechnology has helped a wide variety of industries successfully convert their Office programs with Office migration. Read about some of our success stories.

ConverterTechnology’s Click2Fix Provides Flexible Web-Based Solution to Streamline Office 2016 Migration

While faced with a project scope of over 40,000 users spread across the world, this international banking operation is undergoing the transformation of updating all personal desktops from Microsoft Office 2007 to Office 2016. With such an extensive infrastructure, even a phased roll-out of the Office update is a massive undertaking that requires considerable Office migration planning. Read more, download the PDF.

ConverterTechnology Prescribes Automated Conversion for Leading Pharmaceutical Company

This worldwide organization planned to migrate from Office 2007 to 2016 within a 12-month window and was overwhelmed: not only by their timeframe, but also by the sheer volume of Office file conversions. Read more, download the PDF.

National natural gas company powers through their Office 2016 Conversion

The organization had amassed a broad range of customized Excel and other Microsoft Office files to manage their complex gas drilling and production operations. Files dependent on complex Office macros and Visual Basic for Application (VBA) code were critical to business continuity, as the staff used this information in the discovery and development of onshore natural gas reserves. Read more, download the PDF.

Commercial food organization harvests greater productivity during, and after, their conversion

This team began a company-wide deployment of Office 2010 in the spring of 2011. Their goal was to upgrade the Office platform in conjunction with a roll-out of Exchange, SharePoint (MOSS) and Microsoft Communications Server. Read more, download the PDF.

Financial services organization invests in winning customization

As the group began to prepare for a Microsoft Office migration, they knew they had many files in critical areas within their environment that were password protected, contained VBA code, or both. Although they were aware these Office upgrade challenges did exist, they were not conscious of the extent of their environment. They had planned a migration of their Office platform across their various offices worldwide and had decided to use Microsoft’s Office Migration Planning Manager (OMPM) tool to handle the conversion internally. Read more, download the PDF.

Global financial services firm makes a smart trade: automatic file remediation instead of fix-on-failure

The unintended pitfalls of enterprise-wide software upgrades – such as broken file links, malfunctioning macros, and errors within spreadsheet formulas– are serious threats to any business. For a major financial institution that faces the compounded challenges of investor responsibility, regulatory compliance, and a global banking crisis, these glitches can trigger serious legal ramifications. Read more, download the PDF.