|By Marketwired .||
|May 20, 2014 01:30 PM EDT||
KENDALL PARK, NJ--(Marketwired - May 20, 2014) - Binary Tree's Chief Technology Officer, Vadim Gringolts, will present "Corporate Email Integration, A Critical but Often Overlooked Challenge" at The Art of IT Integration, a two-day workshop provided by the M&A Leadership Council, a global organization that has trained more than 500 M&A professionals and practitioners over the last three years. Binary Tree, a gold sponsor of the M&A Leadership Council, will provide best practices for integrating the email systems of merged or acquired organizations to enable them to start working together as one entity.
Gringolts is clearly excited about the opportunity, stating, "I'm eager to share Binary Tree's experience and best practices in the area of corporate email integration with such an esteemed group of M&A IT professionals. With 20 years of experience in this area and through participation in numerous M&A integration projects, we are a leader in this space, which contributes to successful migrations for enterprises who are experiencing mergers or acquisitions. I feel that through our presentation, the workshop audience will learn the most appropriate method to scope, plan, execute and manage an enterprise email integration project -- from Day One -- all while maintaining user productivity."
As Binary Tree's Chief Technology Officer, Gringolts is responsible for defining, developing and delivering Binary Tree's messaging and migration products strategy, overseeing product development and implementation services. He has over twenty years of experience working in the messaging industry, having begun his career developing gateways to connect dissimilar mail systems. Mr. Gringolts later transitioned to product implementation, system architecture and high-level messaging and migration consulting for a wide variety of customers -- from small organizations to Fortune 500 companies. He is the author of many articles in the migration and messaging arena and is a frequent speaker at industry conferences.
About the M&A Leadership Council
The M&A Leadership Council is an exclusive assembly of top M&A professional service firms and practitioners which operates within the specific practice areas of the M&A life cycle, yet speaks with one voice to the M&A community. Visit the Council at www.macouncil.org.
About Binary Tree
Binary Tree is a singularly focused global provider of migration software and solutions for Lotus Notes, Microsoft Exchange, Active Directory, and Windows Server environments. Since 1993, Binary Tree has enabled more than 6,000 customers to migrate more than 30 million email users, and facilitated some of the most complex migrations on the planet. Its software solutions are available for migrating from Exchange 2003/2007/2010/2013 and Lotus Notes to on-premise and online versions of Microsoft Exchange, as well as migrations of Active Directory and Windows Server environments. Binary Tree is a Microsoft Gold Partner, an IBM Advanced Business Partner, and is one of Microsoft's preferred vendors for migrating to Microsoft Office 365. The Company is headquartered outside of New York City with offices in London, Paris, Stockholm and Sydney. For more information, visit us at www.binarytree.com.
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