Brunswick Chooses Low-Code Over Open Source to Modernize Core App

We recently held a webinar that addressed a rising trend in the use of declarative development styles, and one of the main themes cited by guest speaker, John Rymer, VP, Principal Analyst at Forrester, was the increasing popularity of using low-code solutions to build enterprise applications. Declarative development is a spectrum of techniques and tools …

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Low-Code >> High Control

Low-Code >> High Control — A LANSA webinar with Forrester Research and Brunswick The term ‘low-code’ was defined by Forrester Research in 2014 to describe a new development platform that enables rapid application delivery with a minimum of hand-coding, and quick setup and deployment, for systems of engagement. Since then, low-code development platforms have further …

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Migration or Modernization: Costs

Migration or Modernization: Costs How do you choose a new platform? What’s the best plan for transitioning from the IBM i to a new platform? How much will the transition cost be and how long will it take? Or is it better to modernize your IBM i applications? Migration and modernization can become expensive projects. Be sure …

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Migrate or Modernize? That is the Question

Migrate or Modernize – That is the Question What factors motivate an organization to migrate or modernize their applications and information management infrastructure? What are the risks? Motivating Factors Here are some factors that influence the decision between migrating to another platform or modernizing an existing platform. Affordability – Companies can’t afford to upgrade line-of-business software, …

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Are You Facing the Modernization Dilemma?

The Modernization Dilemma Business users want new applications now. Market and regulatory pressures require faster application updates and delivery into production. Your IBM i developers are approaching retirement and you see no sure way to fill their positions with experienced developers. Young developers have not heard of the IBM i, RPG or COBOL; and they prefer languages …

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