How to accurately assess an M365 tenant for a business carve-out


Thoroughly preparing your M365 tenant is a critical process in any modern-day carve-out. But it is by no means simple. Before any migration happens, IT must thoroughly carry out an M365 merger assessment, finding out what exactly needs to be merged and the consequential impact it could have on the organizations.

One of the tough challenges is having access to complete data sets to go forward and make accurate decisions. Incomplete data can lead to a complicated and costly migration/carve-out project that runs over time and budget. Important data sets may include:

  • Amount of owned SharePoint sites
  • OneDrive storage sizes
  • Specific email extensions
  • Collaboration on documents

In this live webinar, Björn Erkens, our Head of Product, and Ed Houweling, Lead for the Office 365 Competence Center from Royal BAM, will guide you through their best practices developed from successful experiences preparing tenant to tenant migrations/ tenant carve-out.

You will learn how to:

  • extract and centralize data from separate admin centers quickly
  • make a thorough and quick assessment of that data
  • create and deliver reports within 15 minutes

Your expert speakers


Björn Erkens

Björn Erkens was a Product Owner Governance at Rencore. In his role, he was responsible for researching trends and challenges that organizations are facing with regard to Microsoft 365 Cloud Governance. Björn was part of the Rencore product team and ensured that what he learned was incorporated into Rencore products.
Ed Houweling

Ed Houweling

As Lead for the Office 365 Competence Center, Ed Houweling is responsible for the setup and further development of the Competence Center. The Competence Center provides services to all national and internationally operating companies of Royal BAM Group. With more than 20 years of experience in leading small and large teams, Ed is passionate about translating business needs into IT solutions while always maintaining a clear focus on the customer and business.