Laguna Niguel, CA (PRWEB) February 28, 2013
Infinite is a Global IT integrator with a significant practice in the migration of legacy applications like those written for the IBM I (AS/400) platform. Microsoft Windows Enterprise Server 2012 and Microsoft SQL Server 2012 are often the platform and database of choice for businesses that want to migrate AS/400-based applications. Since Infinite is the world’s largest AS/400 migration partner for Microsoft with over 50,000 Windows users of former AS/400-based applications, the partnership between the two companies has been mutually beneficial for over 25 years.
Infinite has migrated RPG and COBOL applications from such companies as Caterpillar, Johnson and Johnson, and Lufthansa to the Windows platform. Its membership in Microsoft’s premier organization of Business Partners engaged in legacy migration was a natural decision.
“Infinite has enjoyed a collaborative relationship with Microsoft for a very long time. As we have worked to develop our new products, we were very keen on ensuring that we worked with Microsoft’s development teams to make sure that we could offer Infinite I, Infinite 36, and Infinite Cloud in the latest 64-bit versions of Windows Enterprise Server 2012 and SQL Server 2012,” said Raquela Kaplan, Marketing Director for the Infinite Corporation.
About Microsoft PMA
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Microsoft Corporation develops, licenses, and supports software products and services; and designs and sells hardware worldwide. The company’s Windows & Windows Live division offers PC operating system that primarily includes Windows 7 operating system, Windows live suite of applications and Web services, and PC hardware products. Its Server and Tools division provides Windows Server operating systems, Windows Azure; Microsoft SQL Server, SQL Azure, Windows Intune, Windows Embedded, Visual Studio, Silverlight, system center products, Microsoft consulting services, and Premier product support services. This division also offers cloud-based services; and training and certification to developers and information technology professionals, as well as builds standalone and software development lifecycle tools for software architects, developers, testers, and project managers. The company’s Online Services division provides online information and content, including Bing, MSN, adCenter, and Atlas online tools for advertisers. Its Microsoft Business division offers Microsoft office, Microsoft Exchange, Microsoft SharePoint, Microsoft Lync, Microsoft Office project and office Visio, and Microsoft Dynamics ERP and CRM, as well as Microsoft Office Web Apps and Microsoft Office 365, which are online service offerings. The company’s Entertainment and Devices Division segment provides Xbox 360 entertainment platform, which includes the Xbox 360 gaming and entertainment console, Kinect for Xbox 360, Xbox 360 video games, and Xbox 360 accessories; Xbox LIVE; Skype; and Windows Phone. Microsoft Corporation markets and distributes its products and services primarily through original equipment manufacturers, distributors, and resellers, as well as through online. The company has strategic alliances with Nokia, and NIIT Ltd., as well as a strategic relationship Dominion Enterprises, Inc. Microsoft Corporation was founded in 1975 and is based in Redmond, Washington.
About Infinite Corporation
Infinite Corporation is a global IT integrator. The company enjoys over 100,000 installations in 56 countries. Infinite operates from offices on 4 continents. Infinite’s expertise is represented in several practice areas. These areas include: legacy applications migration, the implementation of enterprise scale database architecture and the Cloud-based deployment of business applications. Infinite Corporation operates from Headquarters offices in Orange County, California, Buenos Aires, Argentina, Madrid, Espana and regional offices worldwide. For more information, please visit http://www.infinitecorporation.com
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