Consist Software announces availability of ConsistADS
Sep 02, 2013 (MarketLine via COMTEX) --
Consist Software Solutions Inc., a provider of information technology applications, has announced the availability of ConsistADS, a development platform standardized on IBM DB2 that enables migration of data and applications to modernized environments.
Based on a global OEM agreement with IBM, Consist is working with organizations to standardize applications on all IBM software, including IBM DB2 and Tivoli products, said Consist Software. Using ConsistADS technology, enterprises can move all their data rapidly, as needed, without loss of functionality and with substantial cost savings, the company said.
Additional benefits of ConsistADS include fast, 100 percent automatic conversion from ADABAS data structures to DB2 relational databases; transparently provides automatic Web functionality to applications; preserves investments in existing Natural applications; offers a flexible development platform with access via web browser facilitating remote development and providing better utilization of resources and increased productivity; and preserves existing organization processes and methodologies as application sources are unchanged, the company added.
Other benefits include access to the same data while providing a superior infrastructure for business analytics; seamless integration with other IBM software offerings to complement existing client applications with BPM, BI, SOA, etc.; and minimal staff retraining, the company reported.
"Organizations today are looking for technologies that can help address the most pressing business issues, including quick and easy access to important business data as needed," said Rob Thomas, vice president, Information Management and Big Data, IBM. "The combination of Consist and IBM technologies is tailored to the unique needs of our joint customers and provides an innovative platform companies can use to grow their business."
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