“NTCNA Chassis Dynamics chose Mobilize VBUC because the automated migration technology greatly sped up our move off VB6.” Aaron Bickel, Senior Manager, Nissan NA
Bellevue WA (PRWEB) September 20, 2017
Mobilize.Net today announced continued support for Microsoft .NET and a roadmap for supporting .NET Core. For more than 20 years, Mobilize.Net has provided automated migration technology to move old code to .NET.
Mobilize also announced the introduction of its latest ebook “4 Security Fails in 2017” which outlines learnings from catastrophic security fails and how to prevent them in the future.
Visual Basic Upgrade Companion (VBUC) Paves the Way to .NET and Azure
VBUC provides the best onramp to .NET, enabling customers to move from VB6 to .NET and all the way to web, mobile and cloud via additional automation.
VBUC Is Used By Enterprises, ISVs and SIs*
Hundreds of thousands of customers have successfully used VBUC to convert code to .NET and beyond. All vertical markets are represented including healthcare, manufacturing, banking, energy and more; plus major corporations like Bank of America, Citigroup and Microsoft have used VBUC to transform large workloads to new platforms. In addition, system integrators like Avanade, Wipro GYSSA and others have found VBUC to be a very valuable tool in migrating their customers’ code to new platforms. A full list of Mobilize customers can be found at https://www.mobilize.net/resources/customer-list.
*Contact Mobilize.Net to talk with real customers.
Mobilize.Net accelerates and simplifies the transformation of software applications to .NET, web, mobile, and cloud platforms. Millions of developers have used Mobilize.Net technology to successfully modernize billions of lines of code. Mobilize.Net solutions enable customers to reduce risk, cost, and time while moving applications to the platforms businesses demand today. Mobilize.Net migration technology is Microsoft's chosen solution for Visual Studio and MSDN customers. The privately-held Mobilize.Net is based in Bellevue, WA, and is led by former Microsoft Corporate Vice President, Tom Button. For more information, please go to http://www.mobilize.net.
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