Assembler Systems Migration Company, SML Help the US Government Reduce the Risk and Cost of their Assembler Systems

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SML are successfully helping major US government departments and the largest Assembler estates in Europe to migrate to C or COBOL. Is this you? Mainframe? Assembler? High Costs? Few Experts? SML can take away your pain. Every IT shop knows that its Assembler is a huge risk and believe that migrating Assembler to another language and maybe another platform poses adds to this risk. SML may have the perfect solution with their tried, tested and trusted automatic migration engine.

SML help the US government reduce their risk and cost in IT systems. Every IT shop knows that its Assembler is a huge risk and believe that migrating Assembler to another language and maybe another platform adds to this risk. These risks are different for different companies. However, with there being fewer and fewer Assembler experts year on year; with alternate platforms being massively less costly and less risky; and with the need to integrate with modern on-line languages, the need to seriously consider migration is now an imperative.

Software Migrations Limited (SML http://www.smltd.com) from the UK may have the perfect solution for you. Their team of renowned experts will convert your assembler to C or COBOL through their tried, tested and trusted automatic migration engine. The result will be functionally equivalent and will arrive faster and safer than other migration methods.

SML are working successfully with US Government Agencies and some of the largest Assembler estates in Europe. They operate direct and through Systems Integrators.

If you are not doing this, you can bet your competitors are. With so much at stake a chat with the team at SML may be a wise move. Just finding out what they do is an education in itself. What have you got to lose?

SML can be reached at enquiries(at)smltd.com or talk to Les Moore in the USA at 410 703 1402 or Bob Jenkins for EMEA at +44 (0) 1727 898699

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