Rhodes said, “Many companies are frustrated by the modernization challenge. The solution CM First has crafted, working with partners OpenLegacy and Axonoffers a much better approach, one that will ensure companies can meet their modernization goals.”
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CM First believes application development can and should be easier, cheaper and faster. Partnering with OpenLegacy and Axon.ivy and exploiting CM First solutions as well, CM First now offers 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.
Developers face the challenge of legacy application modernization and the timeline gets shorter every day. Modern APIs and iBPM solutions offer the opportunity to get ahead of this challenge. While other solutions exist – ‘screen scraping’ and rewriting – few companies can afford the time and cost of the latter or the non-competitive results from employing the former approach. CM First wanted to get the word out; SHARE offered a perfect platform to engage with the very developers needing new ideas to meet difficult challenges.
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. The talk will focus on how the combination of API’s/microservices plus iBPM can speed the modernization effort.
Rhodes said, “Many companies are frustrated by the modernization challenge. Looking to BPM, some found it too expensive and complex to consider. It’s time to take another look. The solution CM First has crafted, working with partners OpenLegacy and Axon.ivy offers a much better approach, one that will ensure companies can meet their modernization goals.”
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/ Real world, modernization case studies can be found at: http://www.cmfirstgroup.com/resources-casestudies/
“SHARE offers CM First a great opportunity to highlight new approaches to application development in an interactive and lively venue,” said Christoph Heinrich, CEO. “At the booth, CM First technical experts will be on hand to demonstrate the solutions, answer questions and learn about customer challenges.”
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 now for SHARE and join CM First in San Antonio at the Tuesday talk or in booth #602.. 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(dot)com.
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
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