Modern Systems, the leader in helping enterprise organizations modernize their existing application environment in alignment with business strategy, today announced its rapidly expanding partnership with digital transformation experts, BMC.
“Modern Systems is BMC’s preferred vendor for mainframe-to-mainframe CA modernization initiatives on a world-wide basis. BMC and Modern Systems have harnessed the talents of the top ‘Tiger Team’ sales executives, who work exclusively with Tier 1 accounts. We’re also working in conjunction with BMC to bring our CA replacement reference architecture to the partnership in the near future.” says Cameron Jenkins, Modern Systems’ Chief Operating Officer.
The Modern Systems and BMC relationship will continue to expand, enabling both firms to work closely to ensure digital transformation is accessible to departments and systems across the enterprise, both legacy and state-of-the-art.
About Modern Systems
Modern Systems solves enterprise problems specific to legacy technology and mainframe modernization. Modern Systems unique technology helps customers reduce cost around existing mainframe applications, integrate legacy data with modern platforms, and reduce risk around migrating to new target states. Modern Systems approach achieves customer goals faster and more effectively than any other solution on the market. With the successful completion of over 250 application modernization projects over the past 30 years, Modern Systems brings their unique industry driven expertise to legacy modernization by merging their broad-based modernization experience with flexible solutions.
BMC is a global leader in innovative software solutions that enable businesses to transform into digital enterprises for the ultimate competitive advantage. Our Digital Enterprise Management solutions are designed to make digital business fast, seamless, and optimized from mainframe to mobile to cloud and beyond. BMC digital IT transforms 82 percent of the Fortune 500 and serves more than 10,000 customers worldwide. To learn more, visit http://www.bmc.com/.