Rhodes said, “Some companies essentially gave up on BPM when the investment and complexity made the move too difficult. Speaking at SHARE means CM First can help experts understand what the combination of API’s/microservices plus iBPM can do."
Austin, TX (PRWEB) December 30, 2015
While many people know how Application Program Interfaces (API) and Business Process Management (BPM) helps develop business applications, integrating business process and IT workloads, some have been discouraged in pursuing this approach because of the heavy investment in software and training. The combination of API’s/microservices + iBPM (intelligent BPM) represents a new approach offering a faster and more cost-effective way to modernize. But many developers haven’t heard of this new approach and struggle to deliver on modernization goals by undertaking budget busting rewrites or delivering crude “screen scrape” applications that miss the mark for responsive UX design and device deployments.
CM First has partnered with both OpenLegacy and Axon.ivy to offer a revolutionary ‘API + iBPM’ solution with proven results in helping companies take legacy mainframe applications and transform them into state-of-the art code that will support Cloud, Big Data and web and mobile capabilities. But before developers can begin to look at solutions, a business case must be made to drive interest.
SHARE has invited John Rhodes, CTO, to speak at the biannual conference in San Antonio. Rhodes will present “iBPM – The Developer's Secret In the Quest to Modernize Legacy Applications”, on Tuesday, March 1, 2015 in San Antonio, TX at the Convention Center.
Rhodes said, “Some companies essentially gave up on BPM when the investment and complexity made the move too difficult. Speaking at SHARE will allow CM First to help technology experts understand what the combination of API’s/microservices plus iBPM can do and how it can really speed the modernization effort.”
CM First has pioneered a number of leading-edge approaches to technology modernization. The partnership with Open Legacy and Axon.ivy to provide modernization solutions is just the latest in the CM First strategy. http://www.cmfirstgroup.com/products/axonivybpm/. To understand the basic methodology, visit: http://www.cmfirstgroup.com/initiatives/application-modernization/ For CA 2E customers, CM First offers a specific approach to modernizing these applications to a more flexible architecture. http://www.cmfirstgroup.com/initiatives/ca-2e-to-ca-plex/
“As more approaches prove out, CM First will adopt the best into the legacy modernization strategy”, said Christoph Heinrich, CEO. “Conferences such as SHARE enable CM First to communicate the latest approaches to managing an efficient modernization effort.”
SHARE has been in existence for over five decades providing high-quality education and resources in the realm of enterprise computing. Many of the Fortune 500 are represented at the conference, as well as government and university IT experts. Conferences like SHARE offer CM First the opportunity to meet with customers and share ideas and solutions.
Registration for SHARE is required in order to attend this session and is now open. Go to http://www.share.org/sanantonio. For those unable to attend, CM First may offer a webcast or podcast on the subject, delving deeper into the specifics of the CM First methodology. Interested management or technical experts can contact CM First to learn more at info(at)cmfirstgroup.com.
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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
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