NY, UNITED STATES1: Mphasis (BSE: 526299; NSE: MPHASIS), an Information Technology solutions provider specializing in cloud and cognitive services, today announced that its Mainframe Transformation Services has been recognized as a “Leader” by Information Services Group (ISG).
ISG’s Provider Lens Quadrant Report ‘Mainframe Services & Solutions’ assesses the development and maintenance of service providers that have evolved their application modernization methodologies to assess, re-platform, refactor, or rewrite legacy programming language written with COBOL, RPG, Fortran, PL/1, Natural and others, which typically run-on mainframes. ISG recognized Mphasis’s extensive portfolio and long experience in mainframe technologies.
ISG’s report highlighted Mphasis’ compelling zero-cost transformation program and how it proposes an application maintenance services (AMS) deal with the promise of modernizing all systems in three years. Clients would pay for Mphasis AMS the same amount they would for any provider, with the advantage of converting legacy applications to modern technologies.
“Most enterprises are burdened by legacy applications, modernizing these is often a key priority for our customers,” said Srikumar Ramanathan, Senior Vice President, Head Portfolio Group, Mphasis. “Topping ISG’s list, with a deep field of competing offerings, is an honor, and we at Mphasis will continue to bring more agility to our customers by helping to move applications to the cloud and shrinking the data center.”
Pedro Luís Bicudo Maschio, Distinguished Analyst said, “Mphasis’ team has thought of every detail to orchestrate the best tools in the market and provide their clients a safe path to application modernization. It offers a unique zero-cost transformation program that gradually eliminates clients’ dependence on legacy technologies, enabling them to benefit from the cloud and agile practices.”
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