INSZoom Offers New Data Migration Tool for Former LexisNexis IDS Clients
The leading immigration case management and compliance software company offers an easy and effective transition path for former LexisNexis immigration software clients.
San Ramon, CA (PRWEB) October 24, 2012
INSZoom.com, Inc., the world's leading immigration case management and compliance software company, announces a new program to enable a smooth transition for former clients of LexisNexis' Immigration Law Interactive Drafting System (IDS) product for immigration professionals. On October 20, 2012, INSZoom introduced its newest data migration tool, customized to migrate client data from IDS to INSZoom's industry-leading immigration case management system. The tool can be used by all former IDS clients and will effectively manage all aspects of a transition to INSZoom's powerful suite of immigration case management solutions. The new data migration tool allows for the migration of data at each level of entry, including the employer, beneficiary and cases.
LexisNexis discontinued its IDS product on August 31, 2012. The company stopped providing support for IDS on September 30. INSZoom's new migration tool is an easy and comprehensive method for former LexisNexis clients to effectively transition to a new solution without losing any essential data.
“INSZoom is the established leader in the immigration technology industry, with over twelve years of experience providing exceptional solutions for immigration professionals,” said Umesh Vaidyamath, founder and CEO of INSZoom. “We have developed this new migration tool and methodology to provide former LexisNexis clients with an easy method to transition to our robust suite of solutions.”
INSZoom has been the preferred technology partner of leading immigration law firms and corporations for twelve years. Learn more at http://www.INSZoom.com. Contact an INSZoom representative at sales(at)INSZoom(dot)com or by calling (925) 244-0600.
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