Conversion Migration has been specialized in the migration of information systems for many years, and utilize an industrial approach with a proven methodology for all migrations. Conversion Migration has invested many man-years in developing its migration methodology and the result is higher productivity and increased quality. In addition, Conversion Migration has invested heavily in the development of an extensive library of software tools for automating many aspects of conversion and data migration. Our investment in procedures, software, programming and computer usage makes the migration process available for most source and target combinations ( IBM, MVS, VM, VSE, AS400, AIX, BULL, GCOS, ICL, UNIX, COBOL, PL1, PLI, CPL1, ASSEMBLY, FORTRAN, RPG, GAP, GMAP, SAS, NATURAL, ADL, IDEAL, AIDA, TELON, PACBASE, ARIANE, GENEROL, RAMIS, FOCUS, NOMAD, REXX, EASYTRIEVE, SYSIF, IMS/DB, DLI, DL1, IDS2, IDMS, IDMS/R, DDS, SQL, DB2, PROTEE, QMF, ADABAS, DATACOM, SYSBASE, ORACLE, CA-UNIVERS, IMS/DC, IDMS/DC, DM4TP, TDS, TP8, TCAM, CICS, CA-SCHEDULER, CONTROL-M, OPC, PSS, ...)
Since system migration involves many activities,
including study, planning, data preparation, conversion, testing,
and implementation, a migration project is
usually time-consuming and complicated. The quality of the completed work in each activity
determines the success of subsequent tasks. Transformation Management System standards and
procedures ensure the accuracy of each step and avoid costly rework and unnecessary
processing. Workbench MIGRATION
tools also reduce the use of our clients' production resources during the project.
Using special software and management techniques, Conversion Migration tools decreases the time needed for JCL, PROGRAM, PANEL, REPORT, FILE and DATABASE conversion. The emphasis is placed on thorough and measurable unit testing, which reduces costly system and parallel testing time later in the project. In short, Conversion Migration tools reduces the overall time needed for migration and minimizes the costs and impact on your production staff and equipment. More importantly, this is not accomplished at the expense of quality. In fact, our methodology actually increases the quality of the migrated systems.
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