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Integrate Wintac info into SharePoint

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I want to switch from Wintac to Sharepoint 2010 (or 2013). Is there any way to take existing Wintac data and import it into SharePoint and use SharePoint moving forward? I can't find an article for this so I'm hoping someone else has run into this situation. Thx.
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it depends what you have  and how you are using and plan to use SharePoint..

if just  Doc Excel - copy them

check with Wintac what options to get data you have
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It turns out that Wintac has it's own portal product
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