Datadobi, the global leader in unstructured data migration software, and Melillo Consulting, technology solutions integrator catering to Fortune 500 companies, today announced they have joined forces to address the growing healthcare data management market. The collaboration is based on best-in-class data migration solutions from Datadobi and is combined with Melillo Consulting’s expertise in deploying business and technology solutions that produce cost savings and a high return on investment (ROI), while mitigating risk and ensuring compliance. Together, the two companies are helping to address the growing healthcare data management market and is reducing successful project completion time from years to just months. Specifically, they have powered the migration of over 1.2 petabytes (PBs) of data for the nation’s largest faith-based healthcare institution from legacy hardware to safer, higher-performing, and dramatically more cost-effective infrastructure.
Melillo Consulting provides IT expertise to midsize and enterprise companies seeking comprehensive, compliant, cost-effective, and high-ROI IT solutions for complex business problems. Melillo selected Datadobi as its standard data migration solution based on DobiMigrate’s performance, speed, accuracy, and professionalism. By partnering with Datadobi, Melillo was able to perform a data migration for one of their most important clients. With Melillo and Datadobi, the project went from a two-year endeavor, to taking under three months to complete.
“Datadobi’s solution far surpasses the competition,” said Dean Amato, director of business development, Melillo Consulting. “DobiMigrate offers simplicity in its versatility. Having one solution to handle both transfers streamlines the workload for our engineers, enabling a seamless efficient and secure project completion for our clients. Since partnering with Datadobi, we’ve time and again seen customers quoted 5-10 times the time to complete a project, at a higher price point and with greater compliance risk. With Datadobi, we can provide a better service to our customers for a lower cost and with greater risk mitigation. Most importantly, with the level professionalism our customers deserve.”
On average, hospitals derive 60%-70% of revenue from elective surgeries. However, during the current COVID-19 pandemic, these procedures have been halted for necessary safety and precautionary measures. This makes efficiency a top priority. DobiMigrate offers 64 scanning and 64 copying threads by default, while legacy tools are limited by a single scanning thread and only up to 16 theoretical copying threads. This enables Datadobi to deliver better quality migration in a fraction of the time.
With more than half of Melillo’s clientele hailing from the healthcare industry, efficiency, risk mitigation, data security, and data compliance is of the utmost importance. Datadobi provides the data security and validation required to meet all industry regulatory standards. DobiMigrate’s enhanced chain of custody that, by default, proves every document, file, or electronic object is an exact copy of its counterpart on the source system at the time of cutover. This allows organizations to move or merge unstructured data between platforms–in the cloud or on-premises—without the worry of knowing whether the data was, in fact, copied exactly.
“Melillo Consulting is an established, highly-respected leader in the technology solutions integrations field. Their continued confidence in Datadobi’s ability to provide best-in-class migration services that ensure regulations compliance, ease of use, and the highest speed and performance, is a seal of approval of which we are quite proud,” said Carl D’Halluin, CTO of Datadobi. “Data migration with a proven and automatic validation process is a key requirement for the healthcare sector. But that security cannot come at the cost of speed. We’re proud to partner with a company that shares our drive to offer effective, secure solutions that enables the healthcare sector to do what it does best, and not have to worry about whether or not their migration process will disrupt the critical services they provide.”