Binary Tree Introduces Its New Solution for Upgrading to Exchange 2010 to the European Market at TechEd Europe 2010


BERLIN, Nov. 8, 2010 - Binary Tree, a leading provider of software solutions for migrating to on-premises and cloud-based versions of Microsoft Exchange, introduced the new Binary Tree E2E Complete software product to the European market today at the Microsoft TechEd Europe 2010 Conference in Berlin. E2E Complete reduces the cost and complexity of upgrading to Exchange 2010 from Exchange 2003/2007. E2E Complete enables administrators to perform and centrally manage intra-organizational Exchange migrations that avoid costly changes to the Active Directory environment and also provides end-users with email and SMS notifications and the ability to reschedule their migration to maximize productivity during the transition.

"E2E Complete is a great addition to our existing suite of migration and coexistence software," said Steven Pivnik, Co-CEO of Binary Tree. "In addition to helping Lotus Notes customers that want to migrate and/or coexist with Exchange, we will now be able to offer solutions to legacy Exchange customers as well. Binary Tree and our worldwide business partners are looking forward to making a big difference in this space."

Binary Tree E2E Complete is architected with the latest technology, such as a Microsoft Silverlight dashboard that ensures the highest levels of reliability and reporting, an industry-leading workflow engine to manage and forecast migration scenarios, and an Active Directory site-aware technology that works with the customer's current Active Directory topology to maximize throughput during migration.

"We are pleased to introduce our new Exchange migration solution to the European market," stated Stefan af Bjur, General Manager of EMEA at Binary Tree. "We believe that there are many firms in Europe that will see the value of upgrading to Exchange Server 2010 and that our solution will make it much easier for them to make the transition. E2E Complete will provide IT transition teams with the capabilities for managing and streamlining the migration and it will provide end-users with insight into their personal migration and the option of changing the timing."

For more information on Binary Tree E2E Complete, visit www.binarytree.com/e2e.

Resources related to this news release

o Binary Tree's stand at TechEd Europe: E47
o E2E Complete Product Information
o E2E Complete Webinars
o Request a Demonstration at sales@binarytree.com
o Request a Trial Copy of E2E Complete at sales@binarytree.com

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ABOUT BINARY TREE
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 the preferred vendor for migrating to Exchange Online in Microsoft's Business Productivity Online Suite (BPOS) and will support migrations to Microsoft Office 365. 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 Certified Partner, an IBM Premier Business Partner, and a finalist for Microsoft's 2010 Notes Migration Partner of the Year award. Binary Tree is headquartered in the New York metropolitan area with international offices in London, Stockholm, Singapore, and Sydney. For more information, please visit us online at www.binarytree.com.

SOURCE Binary Tree

CONTACT: Binary Tree Contact: Julieanne DiDino, +1-917-885-1204, jules@binarytree.com

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