An international health organization needed to move from their legacy IBM mainframe environment to a locally controlled Windows 2008 R2 server. The Adabas database and data is being converted to a relational database on Microsoft’s SQL Server 2008, using the automated Modern Systems DB-Shuttle technology. The online Natural applications will be imported into the Modern Systems ATP software for replatforming on Windows. End users will continue to interact with the online applications using familiar screens and keyboard shortcuts. The Natural programmers will continue to maintain the applications in the same syntax, while accessing an enhanced developer environment that interacts with the new relational database. The initial assessment for this project was completed in January. The application replatform began in February with testing commencing in March. The project is scheduled to go live in May, 2014.