How Automated Conversion Can Help Fix the US Government's COBOL Problem
Recently, the US Government Accountability Office (GAO) released an eye-opening report which found that roughly 75% of the government’s $80 billion IT budget goes to keep aging technology running, and the increasing cost is shortchanging modernization. The report illustrates how kicking the legacy modernization can down the road costs significantly more every year, and has resulted in a $7.3 billion decline from 2010 to 2017 in development, modernization, and enhancement activities.
Among the available mitigation options, we assert that automated conversion is the fastest, most cost-effective, and safest way to alleviate reliance on legacy infrastructure, databases, and the application code that supports them.
We're hosting a series of webinars to help people like you understand how the government got in this position, what could have been done to avoid it, and how automated COBOL conversion can help fix it.
- The US Government's COBOL Problem
- The Trouble With Retaining Legacy Systems
- Fixing the Legacy Problem
- There's A Better Way: Automated Conversion
- Automated Conversion: Tools of the Trade
- Automated Conversion: The Process
- Automated Conversion: A Case Study
We help transition legacy systems all over the world, giving us visibility into trends that impact people like you. Please join us for the webinar and download our Don't Kick The Can Down A Crumbling Road Whitepaper
to learn more.