Natural Modernisation

Our reengineering solution generates fully web-based applications to replace current Natural processing. Whether reengineering Natural to .NET, C# or to Java, the result is a fresh set of new web applications that take full advantage of web processing, while providing the same basic functionality as the existing Natural applications. Any former database or file access is replaced with object processing against the relational database of choice.

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Latest Findings: 2020 Mainframe Modernisation Report

What does the future hold for mainframe applications? 

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Understanding key issues


Licensing costs

As the technology industry changes and vendors look to be innovative and stay ahead, licensing costs for legacy technology can increase and become unpredictable. It is best to remove them where possible.

Diminishing skills and resources

The legacy environment knowledge incumbent developers possess is unmatched by those replacing them as these employees retire or leave their positions.

How our Natural Modernisation Services can help you


Additional insights to help you transform


  • Reimagining Legacy Applications to Embrace Transformation

    Embracing digital transformation through reviewing and modernising your legacy applications.

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  • Analyst Firm EMA Recommends Advanced

    EMA positions Advanced as a leader in Application Modernisation and they recommend ModPaaS.

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  • The 2020 Mainframe Modernisation Business Barometer Report

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  • CaIPERS cuts software licence costs by modernising mission-critical system

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News & Opinions

BLOG // 17-03-2020

Is it time to move your mainframe applications to the Cloud?

by Tim Jones, Managing Director - Application Modernisation

Is it time to move your mainframe applications to the Cloud?