GT Software Webinar Focuses on Leveraging COBOL for Agile Application Development

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Event to highlight growing adoption of repurposing COBOL for innovative enterprise applications

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This webinar will give examples of how organizations are using COBOL to enhance their business applications without losing the business logic.

GT Software, a leading provider of technology solutions for enterprise modernization, will host a free webinar on Thursday, September 20, 2012, at 11 a.m. EDT. The webinar, “COBOL is Everywhere…Take it Anywhere,” will explore how COBOL is being used in innovative applications and how enterprises can leverage COBOL business logic in different interfaces. Click here to register.

Developers have used COBOL for nearly five decades. Repurposing COBOL business logic using agile development methods is becoming a common practice for the risk adverse enterprise looking for innovative methods to enable applications for mobile devices.

Walter Sweat, principle solutions engineer with GT Software will host this web event to deliver insights to:

  •     Understand how COBOL is being used in new applications
  •     Learn how to leverage COBOL business logic using a different interface
  •     Realize the value of utilizing COBOL compilers with no runtime fees

“COBOL is the backbone of business applications around the world. Today many enterprises are using innovative methods to exploit their cache of COBOL assets to address the demands of an ever increasing continuum of technology,” said Steve Able, chief technology officer, GT Software. “The benefit of keeping current COBOL code in place is that users don’t have to rip out and replace code to add functionality. This webinar will give examples of how organizations are using COBOL to enhance their business applications without losing the business logic.”

For a list of past webinars that topics range from legacy modernization to integrating CICS with new technologies visit here.

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