Binary Tree Announces New Versions of the CMT Inspector and CMT for SharePoint Software with Support for the New Application Transformation Framework

NEWARK, N.J. - Binary Tree, a leading provider of software solutions for migrating to Microsoft Exchange and SharePoint, announced today new versions of its CMT Inspector and CMT for SharePoint software to better support and integrate into its new Application Transformation Framework (ATF). Together, these two products support the analysis and migration of standard applications from Lotus Notes to Microsoft SharePoint as well as the rationalization and transformation of complex applications between the platforms.

CMT Inspector 4.0, which in prior versions was a Lotus Notes client application, is now a Windows based application architected for the Application Transformation Framework. CMT Inspector orchestrates the key inspection processes needed to reduce risk and enable decision-making when transitioning applications and email to the Microsoft platform. CMT Inspector 4.0 now features report packs for the application inspection jump-start and the rationalization analysis phases of the Application Transformation Framework as well as a report pack for mail inspections. In addition, the rationalization analysis report pack also enables CMT Inspector to export code from Lotus Notes applications to assist in application redevelopment efforts.

CMT for SharePoint 2.6 supports the migration of standard and complex applications from Lotus Notes to Microsoft 2007 and 2010. The new features in CMT for SharePoint 2.6 include support for migrating Notes application document links, for migrating Notes document metadata to the new "document sets" feature in SharePoint 2010 that helps users organize multi-document worksets, and the ability to transform Notes Document database HTML rich text document records to standard HTML documents or to Microsoft Word 2010/2007 documents in SharePoint.

In addition to the new versions of CMT Inspector and CMT for SharePoint, Binary Tree's Application Transformation Framework also includes the Domino Consolidator software, which was recently renamed from CMT for Domains. Domino Consolidator helps organizations to consolidate and retire their legacy Lotus Notes application servers to reduce or eliminate the costs of ownership of their legacy environment.

Resources related to this news release

o Binary Tree will be available for information and discussion on the Application Transformation Framework (ATF) in Booth 934 at the Microsoft Worldwide Partner Conference 2011 (WPC 2011) in Los Angeles from July 11-14, 2011

o For more information on the Application Transformation Framework, visit:

o For more information on CMT Inspector, visit

o For more information on CMT for SharePoint, visit

o For more information on Domino Consolidator, visit

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Binary Tree is a leading provider of software for migrating enterprise messaging users and applications to on-premises and cloud-based versions of the Microsoft platform. Since 1993, Binary Tree and its business partners have helped over 5,000 customers around the world to migrate more than 20,000,000 email users. Binary Tree's suite of software provides solutions for migrating from Exchange 2003/2007 and Lotus Notes to on-premises and online versions of Exchange and SharePoint. Binary Tree is represented by business partners worldwide who provide specialized services and a proven methodology for guiding customers through complex transitions. Binary Tree is a Microsoft Gold ISV Partner, an IBM Premier Business Partner, and is Microsoft's preferred vendor for migrating to Microsoft Office 365. Binary Tree is headquartered in the New York metropolitan area with international offices in London, Paris, Stockholm, Singapore, and Sydney. For more information, please visit us online at

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