As many a Gartner analyst will attest, COBOL modernization is becoming a high priority for the US government. The ability to reduce costs while enabling data and business process integration is necessary for modernization of the country’s IT infrastructure and for the nation’s security.
Modern Systems has completed the first stage of our Automated Conversion process, the Legacy Assessment, for a large US government entity.Read more
Modern Systems and a large US-based media organization have been engaging in the conversion of a massive legacy system responsible for order management and billing. The system consisted primarily of COBOL and VSAM, and our customer wished to migrate away from the mainframe to a modern environment running Java with Oracle DB.Read more
A nation-wide automotive repair company has selected Modern Systems to begin their journey from a legacy mainframe environment running COBOL, CICS, and VSAM to a modern environment harnessing the power of C# and SQL Server.Read more
A large Canadian telecommunications carrier has teamed up with Modern Systems to undergo a mainframe assessment in order to allow them to begin planning for the future of their applications. Their current mainframe environment houses applications are written in COBOL, PL/1, and Assembler. The data is stored in DB2, IMS-DB, and VSAM. In addition, they use both IMS-DC and CICS transaction processing environments.Read more
The mainframe assessment will include the standard isolation of the subsystems within payroll and will also include Business Rules isolation/extraction with Field Definition consolidation in preparation for the redesign/rewrite. Modern Systems’ eav Suite will be used to perform the automated process of gathering and documenting the business rules and field definitions.Read more
A large U.S. insurance provider has been working for several years to replace their core policy applications with new applications operating on non-mainframe platforms. Modern Systems was engaged to perform a Mainframe Assessment to ensure that all required applications and subsystems on the mainframe were replaced with new applications prior to decommissioning it.Read more
Modern Systems began a mainframe software assessment with Fujitsu consulting for the benefit of a large Canadian insurance company. The software assessment is being performed using advanced technology from Modern Systems. Language types include COBOL, ADS/Online, ADSA , ULTIM, JCL and more. The organization has used IDMS, DB2 and VSAM in the past and plans to define a roadmap for the future using the Modern Systems assessment process and the Enterprise Application Viewer portfolio management suite.Read more