- Oct. 6, 2014
-- San Francisco/Senden, October 6th, 2014. innoWake was invited to present its migration solution at this year's Oracle OpenWorld, a conference which draws about 40,000 attendees to San Francisco each year. In a nearly one-hour talk, Arne Gerhard, co-founder of the American subsidiary innoWake international inc., showed both in theory and with a practical example how simple, secure, and transparent migration can be. innoWake's solution has been used by many satisfied customers and enables the migration of applications written in Natural, COBOL, or PL1 to Java. After migration, the code is understandable and maintainable for the existing development team as well as for new Java developers, a fact that is much appreciated by innoWake's customers. The result of the migration is pure Java code which overcomes all restrictions and difficulties of the pre-Java era. It is also possible to abandon the mainframe and to run the same application on Intel, Linux, or Unix systems. Customer case studies show that this can reduce operating costs by more than 70%. "Being invited to present our migration solution at Oracle OpenWorld is a great honor", says Björn Langmack, managing director at innoWake gmbh. "Oracle got to know us through our projects – and what could be better for collaboration than joint success. After all, we have consistently delivered all migration projects on time and in budget.“
innoWake gmbh has been offering innovative, effective and flexible solutions for the modernization of applications and development environments for more than 14 years. Addressing problems in existing applications, innoWake resolves them with a unique “soft” modernization approach. innoWake also offers highly automated methods to migrate Natural, Cobol and other applications to Java. innoWake is headquartered in Senden near Ulm, Germany and currently has approximately 80 employees. The executive consists of Thorsten Bernecker, Björn Langmack and Mirko Schliemann. The subsidiaries of innoWake international inc. are based in San Francisco, CA and Austin, TX.