About Us

Binary Tree is the provider of SMART Migration software and solutions for Microsoft Exchange, Active Directory and Windows Server environments. Since 1993, Binary Tree and its business partners have helped over 6,000 customers around the world to migrate more than 30 million email users including powering many of the largest messaging migrations in the world.


“As a leader in enterprise Exchange migrations, we wanted to bring even more attention to our solutions during MEC. Customers can explore our exCHANGE UPgrade promotion, hear about our successful migrations for Fortune 500 companies, and learn why Binary Tree is the preferred provider for Exchange migrations.”
Carl Baumann, Vice President of Sales & Marketing, Binary Tree
The adoption of enterprise email in the cloud is clearly accelerating as evidenced by our migration of over three million users to Microsoft Office 365 in just the last few years. Binary Tree is proud to help organizations upgrade and transform their messaging capabilities, and surpassing the mark of migrating 30 million users shows the positive impact we are having in the migration software market.
Steven Pivnik, CEO of Binary Tree
Binary Tree is continuously striving to improve the way customers and systems integrators perform large scale changes, migrations and upgrades to Microsoft Exchange, Active Directory and Windows Server environments. We are extremely proud to see that our efforts are being recognized by the market and we are honored to be recognized by Microsoft as a finalist for this prominent award.
Steven Pivnik, CEO of Binary Tree
“We are thrilled to announce this enhanced capability for Microsoft Exchange 2013 users who require workflow preservation with users of Lotus Domino. This product advancement further demonstrates our commitment to transforming a customer’s migration experience.”
Vadim Gringolts, Chief Technology Officer
“These strategic hires personify the caliber of talent we continue to adopt in order to achieve continuous growth,” stated Steven Pivnik, chief executive officer of Binary Tree. “We have been recognized on the INC. 5000 list of fastest growing companies for the last six consecutive years and by enhancing our leadership team will continue to fast track our growth in 2013 and beyond.”
Steven Pivnik, Chief Executive Officer of Binary Tree
Dixtree has the expertise and knowledge we look for in a preferred partner and the team has continued to demonstrate their commitment to our offerings
Fabrice Barbier, Channel Manager, EMEA at Binary Tree
We are looking for this roadshow to provide an opportunity for candid discussions on the benefits and considerations that will help prepare IT leaders to make informed decisions on upgrading their enterprise email systems. “Experts from Binary Tree, the Exchange community, and our Certified Partners from around the world will provide guidance on developing a successful migration strategy to Exchange 2010, Exchange 2013, and Exchange Online in the Microsoft Office 365 cloud.
Carl Baumann, Vice President of Sales at Binary Tree
“As many customers migrate to Office 365, having Binary Tree's migration and coexistence technology helps simplify the onboarding process and reduce Lotus migration costs,” stated Kevin Allison, general manager of Office 365 for Microsoft. “Binary Tree’s software has been used to migrate millions of users from Lotus Notes to Microsoft Office 365 and has proven instrumental in the onboarding process.”
Kevin Allison, General Manager of Office 365 for Microsoft
“This is a significant milestone for Binary Tree and we are honored that Microsoft has selected our software to be offered with Office 365,” stated Steven Pivnik, chief executive officer of Binary Tree. “As we enter our twentieth year as the messaging migration leader, this agreement further strengthens our leadership position, as well as our relationship with Microsoft.”
Steven Pivnik, Chief Executive Officer of Binary Tree
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