CM First and OpenLegacy Partner in a December Webcast

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Learn How to Go from Green to GUI Quickly and Cost-Effectively

New Partnership

Rolin Zumaran, OpenLegacy said, “The OpenLegacy API platform is designed to rapidly respond to business initiatives. With CM First, customers can discover easier, more affordable and faster modernization methodologies."

CM First and partner, OpenLegacy, will present a webcast on December 9, 2015 at 11AM EST discussing the challenge of legacy applications and the accompanying ‘green screens’ when companies need to move to web and mobile. Many developers are concerned about this challenge as evaluation of critical business applications reveals how many are mired in the 20th century.

“Customers have often mentioned the large number of 5250 ‘green screens’ still the only front-end for many business applications, said John Rhodes, CTO, CM First. “But at the same time, few have the money, the expertise or the time to do anything to remedy the situation.”

CM First partnered with Gartner 2015 Cool Vendor, OpenLegacy to offer additional modernization options. One of the results is a new offering which can speed conversion from ‘green screens’ to a web and/or mobile-enabled GUI. The OpenLegacy approach leverages a RESTful API/SOA technology for legacy backend services. In addition, the OpenLegacy solution is vendor neutral to enterprises running IBM hardware.

Rolin Zumaran, SVP, Global Sales at OpenLegacy said, “The OpenLegacy API platform is designed to rapidly respond to business initiatives where clients need to deliver timely solutions to their marketplace. With CM First, customers can discover easier, more affordable and faster modernization methodologies."

Gartner 2015 Cool Vendor, OpenLegacy, and partner, CM First Group, will show you how to get modern value from your legacy applications without investing a load of money, resources or coding time. Speakers will be Roi Mor, CTO, OpenLegacy, and John Rhodes, CTO, CM First Group.

In this 45 minute webcast, Roi Mor, CTO, OpenLegacy, and John Rhodes, CTO, CM First Group will explain about a revolutionary methodology that transforms legacy applications. At the end of the presentation, attendees will learn about a special, limited-time offer to deploy customer screens across desktop, tablet and mobile devices.

Join CM First and OpenLegacy on December 9, 2015 at 11am, ET to learn about the methodology and the special, low-cost offer.
Register at: https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/7887660392876378626

About CM First
CM First is a global software and services company established in 1999 with a focus on modernizing applications, managing technical debt and the agile development of enterprise apps. Delivery areas include; migrations of software code, databases and IBM hardware, custom app, architecture and API development, mobility solutions and knowledge transfer. CM First works with hundreds of IBM and CA Technologies business-critical systems worldwide, with numerous reference customers covering industries as diverse as logistics, travel, insurance, food processing and oil and gas construction. For more information, visit http://www.cmfirstgroup.com

About OpenLegacy
OpenLegacy enables enterprises to quickly and rapidly extend and transform legacy and on premise systems such as IBM i (aka AS/400), mainframes and databases to the Web, mobile and cloud. A standards-based, open-source development platform, OpenLegacy lets organizations solve high impact business problems quickly, giving enterprises a newfound agility and opening the door to creative, new, cost-effective solutions. For more information, visit http://www.openlegacy.com.

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OpenLegacy Contacts
Amy Kenigsberg
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Mobile: +972-524-761-341
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