DOC1 to Quadient GMC Inspire Migration

Macrosoft Doc1 to GMC Inspire Migration service

Macrosoft Inc. is a leading service provider for document composition solutions and Customer Communications Management (CCM) solutions with extensive end-to-end experience.

Our highly skilled experts have successfully and seamlessly completed implementations for many document composition services clients helping them achieve business growth and a lower total cost of ownership.

Conversion to Quadient GMC Inspire

Macrosoft Inc. employs some of the most talented and experienced Professionals with extensive print industry and Customer Communications Management knowledge helping our clients convert from legacy environments to Quadient GMC Inspire Software. We offer a complete range of professional service that leverages the full potential of Quadient GMC Inspire suite delivering efficient processes and cost savings.


Why Migrate to Quadient GMC Inspire

  • Many Proprietary Products are reaching end-of-life or expiration of support in the upcoming year
  • Legacy solutions no longer support growth and modern enhanced omni-channel Personalized Communications
  • Proven success in smooth transitions from legacy products such as EZ-Letter and CSF, CompuSet and DOC1, to GMC Software
  • Eliminate multiple costs & disparate solutions for meeting various communication

Transform your business and delight your customers by moving to the Omni-channel Quadient Inspire

Legacy Environments to Quadient GMC Inspire Migration

  • CSF
  • EZ-Letter
  • DOC1
  • ISIS Papyrus
  • DocuMerge
  • Calligo
  • Autograph
  • Others

Quadient GMC Inspire Business Advantage

  • Ability to develop secure omni-channel communications quickly and easily
  • Add dynamic communications capabilities to traditional communications
  • Easier to connect to any third-party tools and data sources
  • Create a responsive, interactive and regulatory compliant mobile experience
  • Reduces the complexity of template management
  • Streamline processes, reduce costs and achieve greater agility

DOC1 to Quadient GMC Inspire Conversion Process

Migration begins with a detailed analysis of the current system to identify the reusability of pre-composition and perform required changes in the client-specific program. If data conversion is required, then we migrate the data to XML.

Conversion Methodology

There are six major aspects to our conversion methodology:

  1. Input Data Formatting – We use a custom-built automation tool for converting the text-based flat file inputs to DOC1 to the XML-formatted file for input to Quadient GMC Inspire.
  2. DOC1 Design Element Template – We have developed a set of template checklists that our DOC1 developers fill out for each DOC1 application that is up for conversion.
  3. Build the Quadient GMC Inspire Application – Quadient GMC Inspire developer uses the templates created under the prior task to build out the Inspire -equivalent application.
  4. Test the Quadient GMC Inspire output – Our team will run full validations comparing DOC1 and Quadient GMC Inspire outputs for the same data inputs to detect any discrepancies.
  5. Agile for Migrations – We rely on Agile process to review any issues/concerns of the team throughout the conversion process.
  6. Project Management – PM holds primary responsibility for all interactions with the client’s team throughout the conversion process.

DOC1 to Quadient GMC Inspire Conversion

6 steps you need to follow to convert your DOC1 applications to Quadient GMC Inspire.


6 Steps to Convert from DOC1 to Quadient Inspire / GMC

Macrosoft's methodology, resources, and know-how enable us to complete conversions in a standardized, rapid-paced, well–defined, and streamlined process. Our processes are both accurate and precise while getting the job done in a reasonable time frame even if you have hundreds of DOC1 applications to convert.

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