VME Migration Services

Our specialist team uses automated tools to transform your VME application to run natively on platforms including Linux, Unix and Windows. This retains existing business logic, and the value of core applications.

Migrating delivers maintainable code in the latest development environments (Microsoft Visual Studio or Eclipse), meaning you’ll be able to benefit from the Cloud, data warehousing and business intelligence too.

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Understanding key issues


Finding specialists

Managing the VME platform requires specific expertise but these specialists are becoming increasingly difficult to find and expensive to hire.


VME developers always need more time. By introducing a new tool, developer productivity will increase and new features can be created faster, enabling continuous delivery.

Difficult integrations

Middleware can improve interoperability between different technologies, and ease data management. However, it is not always successful and cannot be built to last.

How our VME Migration Services can help you


The migration between a VME platform and an Open System


VME - ITS migration process

Additional insights to help you transform


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News & Opinions

BLOG // 11-01-2021

Ten steps to ensure a successful mainframe migration

by Brandon Edenfield, Managing Director of Application Modernisation

Ten steps to ensure a successful mainframe migration

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