An automated approach that guarantees successful delivery of mainframe transformation
We use a unique code-conversion technology and support your transformation from start to finish – so you can move to cloud without moving heaven and earth.Book an assessment
How we work
Our fully automated migration technology converts legacy code and
data into a modern platform language – readying it for development in
the cloud while keeping the application running as it should.
We work to understand the scale and complexities of your migration. You’ll then get a transformation roadmap and a fixed price proposal from us.Find out more
Our unique conversion engine provides a turn-key solution to simplify the migration of entire systems – with easy and reliable testing to guarantee its success.Find out more
We work with your mainframe operators to set up the target environment and framework, providing relevant training to either you or your SI partner.Find out more
Once we have deployed the migrated applications and data, our target architecture platform lets you start innovating in cloud right away.Find out more
Our approach is different
Tackle legacy modernization incrementally, so you can migrate as much or as little as you like – with the ability to migrate entire systems at once.
Innovate from day one
Benefit from the agility and modern DevOps right away, using a new cloud platform to develop more seamless customer-centric experiences.
Retain valuable experience
Offer your staff the flexibility to develop in COBOL even after the code is converted to keep hold of both their valuable business knowledge and your past investments.
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