Toxic Assets: SML Unveil their 2009 Upgrade Solution for Terminal Legacy Assembler Issues

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SML's new 2009 upgrade solution offers improved toxic asset cleaning for Assembler systems. Toxic assets don't lie only in the accounting records of our banks, companies and government institutions.Toxic assets lie all through their IT systems, especially if they rely on Assembler for their mission critical systems. The definition of toxic assets includes the words 'unquantifiable liability'. SML have the simple, safe and cost-effective solution that will enable these mission critical systems to be free from the huge risk in existence from Assembler.

SML's new 2009 upgrade solution offers improved toxic asset cleaning for Assembler systems. Toxic assets don't lie only in the accounting records of our banks, companies and government institutions. The definition of toxic assets include the words 'unquantifiable liability'. Toxic assets lie anywhere where one or more of the following conditions apply:

Your critical systems rely on Assembler
Your number of Assembler support people is dying out rapidly
Your mainframe support is due to cease in the near future
Your operating, maintenance and support costs are increasing exponentially
No one in your organization knows how the systems work and there is no documentation

SML, the UK-based automatic migration specialists, provide simple and cost-effective solutions for understanding where your issues lie and when they will surface, and then a rapid and functional equivalent migration to COBOL or C if and when you are ready.

SML are working with the largest Assembler houses in Europe and US Government agencies to plan and implement solutions to their Assembler issues before they enter the critical quadrant where only crisis management prevails.

For more information email enquiries (at) smltd (dot) com or call +44 (01727) 898699

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