EEI and CloudFrame Partnership Announcement

Enterprise Engineering, Inc. and CloudFrame Inc. announce partnership to automate Mainframe COBOL to Cloud migrations NEW YORK, Aug. 25, 2020 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Enterprise Engineering, Inc. (EEI), an industry leader and trusted advisor to the financial services industry, today announced a new joint marketing venture with CloudFrame, a premiere global mainframe modernization software products company. The partnership solidifies EEI’s unique position as a leading cloud migration integrator and implementor and boosts CloudFrame’s delivery presence across North America. Companies with millions of lines of decades-old legacy code running on mainframe platforms are looking to reduce the high total cost of ownership (TCO) associated with these applications. In these challenging times, companies are looking for new and innovative ways […]

CloudFrame COBOL 4.2 to Java Webinar

Navigating IBM COBOL 4.2 End of Support(EOS)Waters: Expert panel discusses the best course of action to benefit your business Webinar concluded on September 23. To replay the event click the link below Duration: 1 hour Panelist(s) Info: Mainframe and legacy modernization experts: Craig Mullins, President of Mullins Consulting, author and columnist, Dale Vecchio, Former Gartner […]

Navigating IBM COBOL 4.2 End of Support Waters: Chart a course to benefit your business

Navigating IBM COBOL 4.2 End of Support Waters: Chart a course to benefit your business Surprisingly, COBOL has been in the news a lot recently, due to its significant usage in many federal govern-ment and state systems, most recently with unemployment systems, being in the news. With the global COVID-19 pandemic, those unemployment systems were stressed like never before with a 1600% increase in traffic (Government Computer News, May 12, 2020) as those impacted by the pandemic filed claims. Nevertheless, there is another impending event that will likely pull COBOL back into the news as IBM withdraws older versions of the COBOL compiler from service. All IBM product versions go through a […]

Stop the COBOL Brain Drain

Stop the COBOL Brain Drain Before they Reach the Exit Door I came across an article written in March of 2012 by Robert L. Mitchell, in ComputerWorld called, “Brain drain: Where Cobol systems go from here,” where there is a lengthy discussion dealing with the risk of an aging COBOL workforce and their march towards retirement and the difficulty companies are having dealing with the challenges and costs related to mitigating these risks. The issue is as relevant today as it was nearly eight years ago when the article was written. As we enter the Roaring ’20s, many companies are still grappling with these challenges and are reaching out to […]