A tried and tested solution used for Data migration that saves thousands of hours and doesn’t break the bank
MB Foster has been providing Government of Canada data migration solutions to departments for the last 2 years. We have proven our value in a number of departments, and there is now a new procurement avenue for our solution.
- Avoid the RFP process, use the procurement avenue
- Used in Government of Canada Data Migration projects by numerous departments
- 15 years of migration experience – learn best practices
A solution to Government of Canada data migration projects
About Our Procurement Avenue
The Build In Canada Innovation Program is designed to enable Canadian Businesses to commercialize their software innovations. MB Foster has built a data migration software tool, UDACentral, over the past 15 years of doing migration projects across North America.
We started our journey 2 years ago. We are now putting that innovation into the hands of Government of Canada Departments as they need to perform workload migrations to the Shared Services Canada infrastructure, with some departments actively using the software already.
The Build In Canada Innovation Program has extended its program to allow successful candidates additional procurement to government departments after their initial contract. MB Foster is one of the first companies to be offered this extension. MB Foster’s Government of Canada Data Migration solution is now available for purchase through this new procurement avenue.
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Learn more about how our software might support your Workload Migration challenges by visiting our data migration product page in the link below.
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