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News : Advanced and BOS Software Sign Strategic Partnership Agreement
15 July 2014 -- Advanced (formerly Transoft, Inc.), a provider of data migration, consolidation and warehousing systems, has signed a strategic partnership agreement with BOS Software (BOS), a developer of IBM mainframe integration solutions. Advanced will now be providing its customers with tcVISION and tcACCESS from BOS, both of which are used by organizations worldwide to leverage the value of legacy platforms and data.
The partnership brings together two companies experienced in helping organizations migrate critical, legacy applications and data from mainframes to modern platforms. By doing so, organizations reduce the high cost of maintaining ageing infrastructure and benefit from enhanced data visibility and improved business intelligence.
Paul Holland, Vice President of Advanced (American office) comments: "BOS and Advanced share a commitment to helping organizations utilize data and applications that may well have been in place for many years and which are increasingly costly to maintain. Our solutions reduce these costs and provide companies with a rapid return on investment by improving operational efficiencies and access to business critical data."
"By adding tcVISION and tcACCESS to our solutions portfolio, we can now provide legacy data and modernization solutions irrespective of which platform a client may be using."
Elisabeth Schwarz, CEO of BOS Software says: "We are happy to have Advanced as our partner. Advanced is very experienced in all areas of application modernization and data integration. Its intimate market knowledge will guarantee a successful partnership and we are looking forward to a long standing relationship with the company."
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Published: Tuesday, July 15, 2014