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2012-12-04 05:04:17

Event on Wednesday, December 5, 2012, will cover enhancements that increase operational efficiency, service agility, cloud enablement. Stillwater, OK (PRWEB) December 03, 2012 HostBridge Technology, provider of integration software for CICS® and IBM System z, announces a live webcast presented jointly by HostBridge and IBM. Presenters Andrew Bates, CICS TS Product Manager, and Russ Teubner, HostBridge CEO, will focus on new capabilities of CICS Transaction Server V5.1 and complementary...

2011-07-27 00:01:20

GT Software enables smooth transition for customers upgrading to the newest version of CICS Atlanta, GA (PRWEB) July 26, 2011 GT Software, a leading provider of mainframe integration and mainframe data access solutions, announced that Ivory BMS/TS and ASSIST/TS® have been enhanced to support the new IBM release, CICS TS V4.2. "As mainframe systems like CICS continue to innovate and grow, so will GT Software solutions. That's been our tradition from day one. From the time Ivory® was...

2009-05-12 08:00:00

Modernize COBOL and Natural Applications to C# and Java DALLAS, May 12 /PRNewswire/ -- ATERAS, a leading provider of solutions for legacy migration and modernization, announced today the general release of eavRPM(TM) (for Rapid Program Modernization). Mainframe analysts and developers can create customized, high-powered and well-documented applications in C# or Java from either COBOL or Natural without knowing any C# or Java. (Logo:...

2008-07-09 00:00:09

isCOBOL 2008 Improves Performance, Thin Client, and Rich GUI Capabilities Veryant Sue Myers, 978-369-6336 pr@veryant.com Logo: http://www.veryant.com Veryant, the COBOL and Java technology innovator, today introduced isCOBOL Application Suite 2008, the latest release of its software that enables comprehensive, cost-effective development, deployment, maintenance, and modernization of COBOL applications. Veryant isCOBOL software protects and extends valuable application assets by...

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