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Consolidation and modernisation of their IT applications were the main interest of our clients and prospects. According to the analysts, these topics will have top priority also in 2017. We have put together the most popular articles.
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Updating the development tools often collides with the project work. Why change something that works? But there are good reasons to update to the current versions:
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Changes across all applications are one of the permanent tasks of the IT departments in large companies. If and when thousands of modules of the productive IT application systems have to be changed, the answers to the following questions are essential:
For the modernisation of your legacy applications, you should know what AMELIO could do for you:
Many companies are struggling against increasing costs resulting from the parallel use of different database technologies, the dwindling know-how and the growing expenditure for the further development and maintenance of the large and complex applications that ensure their daily business.
As an example for the consolidation of database systems, we explain the possibilities for replacing IBM IMS databases:
Whoever uses generative tools for the development of COBOL and PL/I applications wants to profit from the advantages also in the future. Thus, a modernisation must maintain the higher level of abstraction and thus go far beyond a simple language transformation.
Read on to get more information about the research project MoMaG here:
Newsletter - Tuesday, 31th January 2017