How We’ve Taken the Pain and Risk Out of Legacy Modernization

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How We’ve Taken the Pain and Risk Out of Legacy Modernization

In 1995, a team of graduate students went on a mission to create new performance standards for legacy modernization software. 23 years later that same core team, led by CEO Luis Andrade, has delivered the most advanced solution available today for modernizing legacy systems. The mission has always been to develop a single modernization platform capable of ingesting any legacy language … Read More

COBOL to MVC – C#/.NET or J2EE/Java

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COBOL Modernization

In our last post, The Silver Tsunami – Out with the Old, and in with the…, we highlighted the three main options available for dealing with legacy systems: migrating, wrapping and modernization. With a specific focus on COBOL based systems, we concluded that both migration (lift-and-shift from, for example, mainframe to a Windows environment: COBOL to COBOL) and wrapping (adding … Read More

The Silver Tsunami – Out with the Old and In with the…

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Silver Tsunami

…Old. Really? One of the few (only?) areas of bipartisan agreement in Congress and where both sides agree on policy, is the legacy modernization of government systems which is now high on the agenda of State, Local and Federal Agency CIOs. Driven chiefly by the need to: 1) drive out maintenance and support costs; 2) increase security; 3) increase integration … Read More

Mobilization Is Critical

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We’ve seen a huge shift in mobile commerce over the last year. According to a Time article, “Nearly 70% of Amazon’s customers shopped via mobile devices this holiday season.” The same article referenced Walmart’s announcement in December that stated more than 70% of traffic to its website is coming from mobile, and about half of holiday orders were placed using … Read More