Request Quote

SharePoint Data Center Migration


A GTH Cloud 365 customer had been utilizing SharePoint for document management and collaboration across various departments. Their SharePoint environment was previously hosted in an on-premises data center. However, due to escalating maintenance expenses and the need to enhance disaster recovery capabilities, the company opted to migrate their SharePoint environment to a new data center.


The company had a complex SharePoint environment, with multiple customizations and integrations with other systems. They also had a large amount of data stored in SharePoint, which needed to be migrated without any data loss or corruption. Furthermore, the company needed to ensure that the migration was completed within a limited downtime window to minimize the impact on their users.


To address these challenges, the company engaged GTH Cloud 365 SharePoint experts to plan and execute the migration. GTH Cloud 365 team started by conducting a thorough analysis of the existing SharePoint environment, including all customizations, integrations, and data dependencies. Based on this analysis, cloud 365 developed a detailed migration plan that included the following steps:

  • Set up the new SharePoint environment in the new data center, including all necessary infrastructure components.
  • Configure the new SharePoint environment to match the existing environment as closely as possible, including customizations and integrations.
  • Perform a test migration of a subset of the SharePoint data to validate the migration process and identify any issues.
  • Perform the actual migration of all SharePoint data, using a combination of automated tools and manual processes to ensure data integrity.
  • Verify the migrated data to ensure that all data was migrated successfully and without any corruption.
  • Conduct extensive testing to ensure that all customizations and integrations were working correctly in the new environment.
  • Cut over to the new SharePoint environment, with minimal downtime, and verify that all users were able to access their data and collaborate as before.


The SharePoint data center migration was completed successfully within the planned downtime window, with no data loss or corruption. The company was able to achieve significant cost savings by migrating to a new data center, while also improving their disaster recovery capabilities. Furthermore, the migration helped the company to streamline their SharePoint environment and eliminate some of the customizations that were no longer needed. Overall, the company was very satisfied with the outcome of the migration and the expertise of the GTH Cloud 365 SharePoint team.

Office 365 Tenant Migration:


A customer of GTH Cloud 365 had been utilizing an on-premises Exchange Server for their email requirements. Nevertheless, the company intended to switch to Office 365 to leverage its advantages, which include enhanced collaboration, better accessibility, and cost-effectiveness.


The biggest challenge in this migration was to ensure a smooth transition with no data loss or downtime. The company had to migrate a large amount of data, including email, calendars, and contacts, from their on-premises Exchange Server to Office 365. Additionally, they had to ensure that all the users had access to the migrated data with the same credentials.


To tackle these difficulties, the company enlisted the expertise of GTH Cloud 365, a migration service provider with proficiency in Office 365 migrations. GTH Cloud 365 presented the following solution:


The migration was completed on time, and all data was migrated with no data loss or downtime. The company's IT team was trained to manage Office 365, and the company started taking advantage of the benefits of Office 365, such as better collaboration and cost savings.

In summary, this case study demonstrates that a successful Office 365 Tenant Migration requires careful planning, preparation, and execution, as well as expertise migration team like GTH Cloud 365.

Infopath to PowerApps Upgrade


A healthcare provider, who is one of GTH Cloud 365's clients, was utilizing Infopath forms to manage different internal processes like patient intake, appointment scheduling, and medical records management. Due to the gradual phasing out of Infopath, the client was required to seek an alternative solution.

Upon evaluating the client's requirements, GTH Cloud 365 suggested converting their Infopath forms to PowerApps. The following outlines our approach to the conversion:

  • Assessment: We reviewed the client's existing Infopath forms and workflows to identify their requirements and functionalities.
  • Planning: We created a detailed project plan that outlined the timeline, budget, and resources required for the conversion.
  • Conversion: We used the existing Infopath forms and workflows as a reference and began creating new PowerApps forms and workflows. We ensured that the new solution replicated the functionality needed by the client.
  • Testing: We thoroughly tested the new PowerApps forms and workflows to ensure that they met the client's requirements and were fully functional.
  • Training: We provided training to end-users and support staff to ensure that they understood how to use the new solution.
  • Rollout: We rolled out the new PowerApps forms and workflows to the client's team and monitored their feedback to ensure that the new solution was meeting their needs.

The conversion from Infopath to PowerApps proved to be a success for our client. The new PowerApps forms and workflows were more intuitive, faster, and easier to use, resulting in increased efficiency and productivity.

The client reported that the conversion had reduced errors, and the streamlined process had helped them save a significant amount of time and resources. They were also pleased with the overall look and feel of the new solution, which had a modern and user-friendly interface.

In conclusion, the Infopath to PowerApps conversion for our client was a smooth and successful transition. The process involved assessing their needs, planning, conversion, testing, training, and rollout. The result was a more efficient, intuitive, and modern solution that met their requirements and improved their business processes.

SharePoint 2013 Onpremise To Online Migration


GTH Cloud 365 has been contracted by a mid-sized company with 5000 employees to manage their collaboration and document management needs using SharePoint 2013 on-premise for the last 6 years. Recently, the organization has made the decision to migrate to SharePoint Online, leveraging the benefits of cloud-based solutions such as improved accessibility, scalability, and lower maintenance expenses.

  • Challenges: The organization faced several challenges during the migration process, including:
  • Data Migration: One of the major challenges was to migrate data from the on-premise SharePoint 2013 environment to SharePoint Online. The organization had a large amount of data, including documents, lists, libraries, and workflows, which needed to be migrated to SharePoint Online.
  • Customizations: The organization had several customizations in their on-premise SharePoint 2013 environment, including custom workflows, custom lists, and custom web parts. These customizations needed to be recreated or migrated to SharePoint Online.
  • Integration with other systems: The organization had several third-party systems integrated with their on-premise SharePoint 2013 environment, such as ERP and CRM systems. These integrations needed to be reconfigured for SharePoint Online.
  • User training: The organization needed to train their users on the new SharePoint Online environment to ensure a smooth transition and to maximize adoption.


To overcome these challenges, GTH Cloud 365 suggested a gradual strategy for migrating to SharePoint Online, which involves the following phases:

  • Planning Phase: In this phase, the organization identified their goals and objectives for the migration, analyzed their current environment, and prepared a migration plan.
  • Preparation Phase: In this phase, the organization prepared their SharePoint 2013 environment for migration, including cleaning up their data, removing unused customizations, and testing their integrations.
  • Migration Phase: In this phase, the organization migrated their data to SharePoint Online using a third-party migration tool. The customizations were recreated or migrated using SharePoint Designer or other development tools. The third-party integrations were reconfigured for SharePoint Online.
  • Testing and User Acceptance Phase: In this phase, the organization tested the migrated environment to ensure that it met their requirements and conducted user acceptance testing to ensure that their users were satisfied with the new environment.
  • Training and Adoption Phase: In this phase, the organization trained their users on the new SharePoint Online environment and provided ongoing support to ensure a smooth transition.


The migration process to SharePoint Online was effective, enabling the organization to capitalize on the advantages of cloud-based solutions like improved accessibility, scalability, and lower maintenance expenses. The organization's end-users were content with GTH Cloud 365's migration services, which resulted in high adoption rates. All in all, the SharePoint Online migration was a triumph for the organization.

Nintex workflow conversion to Power Automate


A mid-sized manufacturing company with over 1,000 employees.


The client was using Nintex workflows for several internal processes, including inventory management and order processing. However, Nintex licensing costs were increasing rapidly, and the workflows required frequent maintenance. The client was looking for a more cost-effective and efficient solution that could provide similar functionality.


The client hired GTH Cloud 365, a migration service provider with expertise in Power Automate, to convert their Nintex workflows to Power Automate. GTH Cloud 365 proposed a phased approach to ensure a seamless transition to Power Automate.

Phase 1: Analysis and Planning

GTH Cloud 365 conducted a comprehensive analysis of the client's existing Nintex workflows to identify their functionality, dependencies, and potential issues during the migration. Based on this analysis, GTH Cloud 365 developed a detailed plan for the migration, including timelines, milestones, and communication protocols.

Phase 2:


GTH Cloud 365 utilized their expertise in Power Automate to convert the Nintex workflows to Power Automate. This involved re-creating the workflow logic, actions, and triggers using Power Automate's built-in connectors and actions. GTH Cloud 365 also worked with the client's IT team to ensure that the Power Automate workflows were integrated with the client's existing systems.

Phase 3: Testing and Deployment

GTH Cloud 365 conducted extensive testing of the converted workflows to ensure that they functioned correctly and met the client's requirements. Once the testing was completed, GTH Cloud 365 deployed the workflows to the client's production environment, closely monitoring the deployment process to ensure that there were no issues.


The client was able to save a significant amount of money by moving from Nintex to Power Automate, as Power Automate licensing costs were significantly lower. The Power Automate workflows also required less maintenance and were more efficient than the Nintex workflows. The client's employees were satisfied with the new workflows, which were easy to use and provided the required functionality. Overall, the conversion to Power Automate was a success for the client, and they were pleased with GTH Cloud 365's migration services


Contact Us


3002 Warren Way
Carmel, IN 46033

Call Us

+1 317 667 4333

Open Hours

Monday - Friday
8:00AM - 05:00PM