TSRI is a privately-held small business headquartered just east of Seattle in Kirkland, WA, with an office in the District of Columbia. Our staff includes scientists at the forefront of artificial intelligence based application transformation, and our facility and specialized equipment is capable of handling any legacy system modernization project (including classified work) for our clients, regardless of language, size, or complexity.
Working directly with our customers, or teaming with internationally recognized system integrators and other technology partners, TSRI has automatically modernized hundreds of major legacy systems, including applications requiring the highest standards of perfection like air traffic control systems, aircraft avionics, Department of Defense systems, financial applications, and other mission critical applications. These projects comprise a wide variety of legacy source languages, database structures, and modern target languages and platforms.
For more information about TSRI or our capabilities, please contact us directly or download our Capabilities Presentation, which covers our approach to automated application modernization.
1980s – With origins in our CEO’s work in the Boeing Artificial Intelligence Lab, the JANUS Studio® toolset was designed by TSRI to document legacy applications and transform legacy applications to modern architectures. This language neutral formalism is the backbone of our automated legacy code modernization program, and is deployed on every project to turn legacy systems into multi-tiered architectures with highly performant modernized applications.
1990s – TSRI is formed as a company and begins work as a Y2K company, providing an artificial intelligence-based refactoring service to transform applications prior to year 2000. The foundations of JANUS Studio® are further refined and our first language transformation support is developed.
2000s – TSRI expands to include support for over 20 major legacy languages, and successfully completes code assessment, documentation, transformation, and refactoring projects in a wide range of industries. Customers include the US Air Force, US Navy, The National Endowment for the Arts, Boeing, Premera Blue Cross, and many other major organizations world wide.
2010s – Among other highlights, our CEO is awarded the prestigious Stevens Award for his work in the transformation of the Eurocat Air Traffic Management System, the mission-critical air traffic control system used by European Union countries, along with several other awards.Now supporting fully automated assessment, documentation, transformation and refactoring of legacy applications in all industries, and in all practical combinations of languages, TSRI continues to maintain a perfect track record of 100% project success. Supported by our broad range of industry and technology partners, we are continuing to develop new functionality for our automated code transformation engine like the automated transformation of the Veterans Administration's (VA) Electronic Health Records system from MUMPS into Java.