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August 22, 2008

Bluephoenix expands collaboration with Microsoft

BluePhoenix Solutions, a provider of value-driven modernisation systems, has expanded its collaboration with Microsoft on legacy modernisation projects.

By CBR Staff Writer

The collaboration provides modernisation services and technical support to customers moving their applications or databases to .NET-based environments .

BluePhoenix enables organisations to modernise their legacy data stores such as ADABAS, IDMS, IMS and VSAM to SQL Server, and from application languages such as COBOL, Natural, RPG and PowerBuilder to .NET.

David Leichner, CMO of BluePhoenix, said: BluePhoenix brings to the table its market leading automated migration tools and services and Microsoft provides deep technical support to enable organisations benefit from modernising to the .NET platform. By collaborating with Microsoft we are able to bring even more resources and skills to every customer.

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