René Wagner

René Wagner

We are proud to announce that TSRI and its partner are currently underway on the first major mainframe modernization effort under the Modernizing Government Technology (MGT) Technology Modernization Fund, at HUD.

 

This effort was funded after the TSRI team participated in competitive prototyping event in 2016. This ongoing project involves the automated modernizations of approximately 800,000 lines of Unisys COBOL to Java including the underlying DMS-II database and the legacy user interfaces to a modern architecture/platform.

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Related articles:

https://tmf.cio.gov/projects/#unisys-mainframe-migration

https://washingtontechnology.com/articles/2018/03/01/salient-crgt-hud-contract.aspx

 

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As we move into a new era of computing, it is becoming increasingly clear that legacy systems will need to be replaced. Challenges such as cloud computing, mobility, and the advancement of analytics require fundamental changes in architecture that are not easily supported without a major rewrite or modernization. Yet many of the systems that must be replaced are large, critical and complex and vital to the operation of the enterprise. Code that has been patched and re-patched, accumulating technical debt at every step along the way becomes extremely costly to maintain and makes eventual replacement increasingly daunting.

Eventually, however, replacement must be considered. With maintenance taking up 70 percent or more of IT budgets, there is no real choice. When you do elect to replace your legacy system, however, it is important that you select the right option. There are a number of possibilities that may be considered, each of which has variants, but your choice will affect the cost of your replacement effort, its ROI, and its overall likelihood of success.

Here, we will look at some basic possibilities, and examine their potential cost. They are:

New Application Development. This is the total rewrite option, creating a project to replicate the legacy system with entirely new code. It involves manual development to rationalize the system, use of current coding practices, creation of modern interfaces, and support for current technologies. This is the most expensive option, and is generally only usable as a baseline. The replacement is likely to be at least as expensive as the original project, with a similar risk level to a typical “waterfall” project, and a high likelihood of time and budget overruns.

Extend/Surround. This is the option currently used in many facilities. The legacy system is encapsulated in coding that provided APIs and tack-on integration with other systems. This creates a growing patchwork of code, often in diverse languages, that gradually increases technical debt and incurs added maintenance costs. It defers replacement, but it can be a costly solution in the long run.

COTS/SaaS. Moving to a Common Off-the-Shelf (COTS) solution, or migrating to a Cloud-based SaaS system provide possibilities of moving to a less expensive and more modern architecture, but costs can easily escalate. The new system will require customization, and will entail ongoing costs. There may be ripple effects on other systems, and other costs in conforming to a completely new platform with unknown attributes.

Modernization. Modernization involves careful translation of code to create a new, modern, application based upon the logic and behavior of the original. This may be accomplished with varying degrees of automation, and the result is likely to be the least expensive and least risky of the possibilities described here. Modernization is by far the least disruptive option because it both preserves existing capabilities as well as extends the life of the software assets in which enterprises have made enormous investments.

The Business Process Reengineering manifesto of the early 90’s that called upon enterprises to toss out legacy systems and start over with a “clean slate” in order to reinvent business processes proved disastrous for the many organizations who undertook reengineering projects injudiciously. A series of highly esteemed papers, now known as Lehman’s Laws of Software Evolution, published by Laszlo Belady and Manny Lehman in IEEE and ACM from 1975 through 1996 demonstrated that as legacy systems are continuously adapted to varying requirements and circumstances in their environment they accumulated technical debt over their lifespans due to degradation brought about by unmanaged change. Now canonical research by Martin Fowler, William Griswold and William Opdyke catalogued techniques for remedying many forms of technical debt by means of refactoring.

OMG Series publications by William Ulrich and Philip Newcomb demonstrated that architecture driven modernization that coupled model-based and rule-driven assessment, transformation and refactoring was capable of rapidly evolve and modernize mission-critical legacy systems with high levels of automation, precision and quality. By means of modernization many kinds of technical debt and software weaknesses that make legacy systems vulnerable to cyber threats can be remedied. Establishing a cost comparison for replacing, updating or modernizing legacy applications can be difficult due to the wide variety of situations in which upgrades may be considered. Nonetheless, benchmarks can be developed. A simplified comparison of the three possibilities is provided in Figure 1.


 

Choice of replacement strategy can affect the length of the project, risk, skills needed for the project and for continued operation, additional customization, technical debt accumulation, maintenance, initial replacement cost (capital budget) and ongoing expense of the system. These items all incur cost that needs to be considered in the system replacement business case.

Modernization tends to be significantly less costly than other options across a variety of indicators. This is borne out by reports such as The Standish Group’s Modernization study , which concluded that, while 52% of modernization projects showed a high ROI, only 34% of package application projects (COTS) did, and only 11% of new application projects did. Overall, modernization had the lowest cost with the highest return.

Looking further at modernization, a more automated approach is likely to be less expensive than a manual approach—particularly if automation is backed with expertise and based on a modeling system that reduces risk. TSRI has developed a unique and trusted approach to modernization. It uses a bullet-proof process and intermediary models to extract logic and make it available to other languages. Once logic has been extracted, transformation to new languages, refactoring, and code optimization ensure that the final system is modern and bug free, but performs without risk according to the same logic as the replaced application.

Replacement of aging systems is becoming increasingly urgent, and costs will rise as it is deferred. An automated modernization program is likely to yield the least expensive and most flexible alternative for stable, long-term performance.

For more information, please contact TSRI at +1 (425) 284-2770 or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

 

Tuesday, 15 September 2009 13:54

2000 - New Chief Executive Officer

 

"New Chief Executive Officer"

Kirkland, WA. (September 1, 2000) – The Software Revolution, Inc. (TSRI), a world-class provider of assessment, transformation, re-factoring and web-enablement software services for legacy systems, today announced that they welcome Stan Beckelman as Chief Executive Officer. This appointment reflects the growth in demand for TSRI’s software suite to minister legacy system upgrades.

Stan Beckelman as new Chief Executive Officer

Mr. Beckelman recently left Boeing where he was President of Boeing Information Services for six years. In this assignment he was responsible for capturing, and performing large complex information systems working for commercial customers and government agencies such as NASA, Department of Defense, and Department of Energy. Mr. Beckelman held several management and engineering positions over a forty-year period at Boeing. He had been responsible for Boeing Computer Services marketing and sales, including thirty sales offices across North America. Another earlier Boeing assignment was managing a staff of 3000 employees and several very large-scale computer centers serving Boeing Commercial Airplane Group and Boeing Defense and Space Group. Early in his Boeing career he earned distinction as Program Manager of the NASA Saturn V Systems Engineering and Integration effort during the Apollo space program where he managed a staff of 2000 assuring that the Saturn V rocket was capable of boosting the command module carrying NASA astronauts to the moon.

He also served as an international director of the Armed Forces Communications & Electronics Association (AFCEA) and as Boeing's representative on the National Security Telecommunications Advisory Committee responsible for developing information technology and telecommunication security recommendations for the President of the United States.

The Software Revolution, Inc.

The Software Revolution, Inc., established in 1995, specializes in the modernization of legacy system software. Employing state-of-the-art artificial intelligence-based technologies, The Software Revolution, Inc. has developed the capability to assess, transform, re-factor, and web-enable, a variety of different software source languages, along with system databases.

Employing a highly automated, low risk, cost-effective approach, The Software Revolution, Inc. can transform COBOL, C, Fortran, Mumps, Ada, and CMS2 into modern, platform-independent C++, JAVA, or XML with CORBA compatibility.

eVolution 2000™ toolset

The foundation of TSRI's capabilities is the eVolution 2000™ tool-set. Enjoying the benefit of over 100 man-years of development effort and nearly $20 million in corporate and private investment funding, the eVolution 2000™ tool-set addresses each of the major steps of the legacy system modernization process at near perfect levels of automation.

Beyond the ability to address the standard suite of legacy software languages, the eVolution 2000™ tool-set also has the flexibility to address most other legacy software languages, needing only 8 to 12 weeks of automated processes modification to accept the new source language.

Using the eVolution 2000™ tool-set, The Software Revolution, Inc. can help customers enter the modern computing world quickly and far less expensively than using currently available manual or semi-automated approaches.
For more information about TSRI, visit our web site or contact:

TSRI
Greg Tadlock
Vice President of Sales
Phone: (425) 284-2770
Fax:     (425) 284-2785
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Tuesday, 15 September 2009 13:54

2000 - New Senior Analyst

 

"New Senior Analyst"

Kirkland, WA. (May 15, 2000) – The Software Revolution, Inc. (TSRI), a world-class provider of assessment, transformation, re-factoring and web-enablement software services for legacy systems, today announced the appointment of Luong Nguyen as Senior Analyst. This appointment reflects the growth in demand for TSRI’s software suite to minister legacy system upgrades.

Luong Nguyen as new Senior Analyst

Luong Nguyen brings to TSRI more than four years of simulation software modeling experience, with a very strong background in C/C++, Fortran, Java, HTML, Unix, and ClearCase administration. Prior to TSRI, Mr. Nguyen was a Senior Specialist Engineer for the Joint Strike Fighter (JSF) Program at Boeing. While working on this project, Mr. Nguyen integrated a six degrees-of-freedom flying qualities simulation for the JSF, developed and maintained subsystems simulation software models using C and Fortran, and set up a ClearCase configuration-management environment for simulation development. Prior to the JSF Program, Mr. Nguyen was a Specialist Engineer for the Integrated Systems Lab at Boeing. Mr. Nguyen was responsible for the 777 Autopilot and Mode Control Panel simulation software models, correlate flight test data with simulation data for FAA certifications efforts, and test and debug autopilot control logic and subsystems interface.

With Luong Nguyen’s strong background in C/C++, Fortran, Java, HTML, and Unix coupled with simulation software modeling, TSRI is looking toward a significant growth of products and services sales.

The Software Revolution, Inc.

The Software Revolution, Inc., established in 1995, specializes in the modernization of legacy system software. Employing state-of-the-art artificial intelligence-based technologies, The Software Revolution, Inc. has developed the capability to assess, transform, re-factor, and web-enable, a variety of different software source languages, along with system databases.

Employing a highly automated, low risk, cost-effective approach, The Software Revolution, Inc. can transform COBOL, C, Fortran, Mumps, Ada, and CMS2 into modern, platform-independent C++, JAVA, or XML with CORBA compatibility.

eVolution 2000™ toolset

The foundation of TSRI's capabilities is the eVolution 2000™ tool-set. Enjoying the benefit of over 100 man-years of development effort and nearly $20 million in corporate and private investment funding, the eVolution 2000™ tool-set addresses each of the major steps of the legacy system modernization process at near perfect levels of automation.

Beyond the ability to address the standard suite of legacy software languages, the eVolution 2000™ tool-set also has the flexibility to address most other legacy software languages, needing only 8 to 12 weeks of automated processes modification to accept the new source language.

Using the eVolution 2000™ tool-set, The Software Revolution, Inc. can help customers enter the modern computing world quickly and far less expensively than using currently available manual or semi-automated approaches.
For more information about TSRI, visit our web site or contact:

TSRI
Greg Tadlock
Vice President of Sales
Phone: (425) 284-2770
Fax:     (425) 284-2785
This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
Tuesday, 15 September 2009 13:54

2000 - Roger Knapp - New Senior Analyst

 

"New Senior Analyst"

Kirkland, WA. (May 10, 2000) – The Software Revolution, Inc. (TSRI), a world-class provider of assessment, transformation, re-factoring and web-enablement software services for legacy systems, today announced the appointment of Roger Knapp as Senior Analyst. This appointment reflects the growth in demand for TSRI’s software suite to minister legacy system upgrades.

Roger Knapp as new Senior Analyst

Roger Knapp brings to TSRI over four years experience developing, simulating, and analyzing flight control system software, with a very strong background in C/C++, XML, Ada, Fortran, MATLAB and Simulink. Prior to TSRI, Mr. Knapp was a Flight Control System Engineer at Boeing. While working at Boeing, Mr. Knapp developed control system mixer algorithms for the Joint Strike Fighter Program, and designed, verified, and flight tested control law software for the Darkstar autonomous aircraft. Before Boeing, Roger Knapp was a Flight Control Systems Analyst for The Aerospace Corporation wherein he performed flight control systems analysis and simulation to support Air Force Launch programs and built a six degrees of freedom scientific simulation for launch vehicle guidance analysis.

With Roger Knapp’s strong background in C/C++, XML, Ada, and Fortran, TSRI is looking toward a significant growth of products and services sales.

The Software Revolution, Inc.

The Software Revolution, Inc., established in 1995, specializes in the modernization of legacy system software. Employing state-of-the-art artificial intelligence-based technologies, The Software Revolution, Inc. has developed the capability to assess, transform, re-factor, and web-enable, a variety of different software source languages, along with system databases.

Employing a highly automated, low risk, cost-effective approach, The Software Revolution, Inc. can transform COBOL, C, Fortran, Mumps, Ada, and CMS2 into modern, platform-independent C++, JAVA, or XML with CORBA compatibility.

eVolution 2000™ toolset

The foundation of TSRI's capabilities is the eVolution 2000™ tool-set. Enjoying the benefit of over 100 man-years of development effort and nearly $20 million in corporate and private investment funding, the eVolution 2000™ tool-set addresses each of the major steps of the legacy system modernization process at near perfect levels of automation.

Beyond the ability to address the standard suite of legacy software languages, the eVolution 2000™ tool-set also has the flexibility to address most other legacy software languages, needing only 8 to 12 weeks of automated processes modification to accept the new source language.

Using the eVolution 2000™ tool-set, The Software Revolution, Inc. can help customers enter the modern computing world quickly and far less expensively than using currently available manual or semi-automated approaches.
For more information about TSRI, visit our web site or contact:

TSRI
Greg Tadlock
Vice President of Sales
Phone: (425) 284-2770
Fax:     (425) 284-2785
This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
Tuesday, 15 September 2009 13:54

2001 - NEA - Modernized System Operational

 

"The National Endowment for the Arts' Modernized Management System Goes Operational"

Kirkland, WA. (November 2, 2001) – The National Endowment for the Arts (NEA) has gone "operational" with their Grant Award and Financial and Budget Management system that was modernized by The Software Revolution, Inc. After only seven (7) months, NEA's nearly 1,000,000-line legacy WANG-COBOL system, along with its associated databases and user and system interfaces, has been transformed into modern, platform-independent C++ and re-hosted on a distributed computing environment.

The Software Revolution, Inc. provides services for modernizing legacy software systems using highly automated tools. The modernization process uses artificial intelligence-based tools to assess the legacy system, transform it to modern languages and databases, re-factor the new code to make it more efficient, and provide the necessary instructions and interfaces to the web.

Major Milestone

"The Software Revolution, Inc.'s successful modernization of the NEA systems was not only proof positive of the efficacy of our automated transformation approach to system modernization, it was an important opportunity to demonstrate the company's broader capabilities to address all aspects of systems integration when the need arises" said Greg Tadlock, Vice President of Sales and Marketing.

Beyond the legacy code modernization, The Software Revolution, Inc. transformed nearly 350 database tables from a flat file to a relational database environment, while simultaneously recreating over 800 user screens. The Software Revolution, Inc. also performed extensive quality assurance testing with acceptance testing being performed by the NEA staff.

"TSRI has been great to work with. The code transformation went smoothly and quickly and we were impressed with the accuracy of the tool. The TSRI staff was also very responsive and quick to fix test issues." said Mike Burke, the NEA's Chief Information Officer.

The Software Revolution, Inc.

The Software Revolution, Inc., established in 1995, specializes in the modernization of legacy system software. Employing state-of-the-art artificial intelligence-based technologies, The Software Revolution, Inc. has developed the capability to modernize a variety of different software source languages, along with system databases.

Employing a highly automated, low risk, cost-effective approach, The Software Revolution, Inc. can transform COBOL, C, Fortran, Assembler, Ada, CMS2, and Mumps into modern, platform-independent C++, JAVA, J2EE/ .Net, or C# and transform their legacy databases to XML with CORBA compatibility.

eVolution 2000™ toolset

The foundation of The Software Revolution, Inc.'s service offering is the eVolution 2000™ tool-set. Enjoying the benefit of over 100 man-years of development and nearly $20 million in corporate and private investment funding, the eVolution 2000™ tool-set addresses each of the major steps of the legacy system modernization process at near perfect levels of automation.

Beyond the ability to address the standard suite of legacy software languages, the eVolution 2000™ tool-set also has the flexibility to address most other legacy software languages, needing only 8 to 12 weeks of automated processes set-up to accept the new source language.

Using the eVolution 2000™ tool-set, The Software Revolution, Inc. can help customers enter the modern computing world more quickly, at less risk, and far less expensively than using currently available manual or semi-automated approaches.

For more information about TSRI, visit our web site or contact:

TSRI
Greg Tadlock
Vice President of Sales
Phone: (425) 284-2770
Fax:     (425) 284-2785
This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
Tuesday, 15 September 2009 13:54

2001 - Defense Software Engineering

 

"The Journal of Defense Software Engineering Focuses on The Software Revolution, Inc."

Kirkland, WA. (October 25, 2001) – The Journal of Defense Software Engineering, published by the U.S. Air Force and known as CrossTalk Magazine, is featuring an in-depth discussion of The Software Revolution, Inc.'s technologies and services in their December issue.

Dedicating an entire issue to the subject of re-engineering legacy systems, CrossTalk is publishing The Software Revolution, Inc.'s article entitled, "Automated Transformation of Legacy Systems".

The Software Revolution, Inc. provides services for modernizing legacy software systems using highly automated tools. The modernization process uses artificial intelligence-based tools to assess the legacy system, transform it to modern languages and databases, re-factor the new code to make it more efficient, and provide the necessary instructions and interfaces to the web.

Important Forum

Publication of The Software Revolution, Inc.'s article by the U.S. Air Force will ensure that a broad range of legacy system managers have the opportunity to learn about the state-of-the-art services available to them for legacy system modernization.

"The Air Force's publication of The Software Revolution, Inc.'s legacy system transformation article provides our company an important new forum from which to highlight our powerful eVolution 2000TM tool-set. Given our expanding working relationship with the Air Force, being featured in CrossTalk Magazine is an invaluable opportunity to reach an even broader audience within that service", said Greg Tadlock, The Software Revolution, Inc.'s Vice President of Sales and Marketing.

The Software Revolution, Inc.

The Software Revolution, Inc., established in 1995, specializes in the modernization of legacy system software. Employing state-of-the-art artificial intelligence-based technologies, The Software Revolution, Inc. has developed the capability to modernize a variety of different software source languages, along with system databases.

Employing a highly automated, low risk, cost-effective approach, The Software Revolution, Inc. can transform COBOL, C, Fortran, Mumps, Ada, and CMS2 into modern, platform-independent C++, JAVA, or XML with CORBA compatibility.

eVolution 2000™ toolset

The foundation of The Software Revolution, Inc.'s service offering is the eVolution 2000™ tool-set. Enjoying the benefit of over 100 man-years of development and nearly $20 million in corporate and private investment funding, the eVolution 2000™ tool-set addresses each of the major steps of the legacy system modernization process at near perfect levels of automation.

Beyond the ability to address the standard suite of legacy software languages, the eVolution 2000™ tool-set also has the flexibility to address most other legacy software languages, needing only 8 to 12 weeks of automated processes set-up to accept the new source language.

Using the eVolution 2000™ tool-set, The Software Revolution, Inc. can help customers enter the modern computing world more quickly, at less risk, and far less expensively than using currently available manual or semi-automated approaches.

For more information about TSRI, visit our web site or contact:

TSRI
Greg Tadlock
Vice President of Sales
Phone: (425) 284-2770
Fax:     (425) 284-2785
This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
Tuesday, 15 September 2009 13:54

2001 - NEA - FEDSIM Org. Selects TSRI

 

"The National Endowment of the Arts Selects The Software Revolution, Inc."

Kirkland, WA. (April 5, 2001) – The U.S. government's National Endowment of the Arts (NEA), under the auspices of the . General Services Administration's FEDSIM organization, today selected The Software Revolution, Inc. to transform and restructure their information management system from a Wang COBOL-based environment to a modern C++ environment. The Software Revolution, Inc. provides services for modernizing legacy software systems using highly automated tools. The modernization process uses these tools to assess the legacy system, transform it to modern languages and databases, re-factor the new code to make it more efficient, and provide the necessary instructions and interfaces to the web.

Major Opportunity

Selection of The Software Revolution, Inc. by a U.S. government agency to modernize a complex COBOL system is a major opportunity for the company as it moves to expand its business base. Using The Software Revolution, Inc.'s unique services, the NEA will be able to quickly and efficiently modernize their existing Wang COBOL-based management system to take advantage of a modern computing environment.

"The government's selection of The Software Revolution, Inc. is a victory for automated approaches to legacy system modernization over semi-automated or manual modernization methods. Winning this important opportunity also opens the door for The Software Revolution, Inc. to showcase its capabilities to the enormous government customer base available to the GSA FEDSIM organization. The Software Revolution, Inc. effort being undertaken for NEA will become a benchmark for how other government modernization needs can be addressed" said Greg Tadlock, The Software Revolution, Inc.'s Vice President of Sales & Marketing

The Software Revolution, Inc.

The Software Revolution, Inc., established in 1995, specializes in the modernization of legacy system software. Employing state-of-the-art artificial intelligence-based technologies, The Software Revolution, Inc. has developed the capability to assess, transform, re-factor, and web-enable, a variety of different software source languages, along with system databases.

Employing a highly automated, low risk, cost-effective approach, The Software Revolution, Inc. can transform COBOL, C, Fortran, Mumps, Ada, and CMS2 into modern, platform-independent C++, JAVA, or XML with CORBA compatibility.

eVolution 2000™ toolset

The foundation of TSRI's capabilities is the eVolution 2000™ tool-set. Enjoying the benefit of over 100 man-years of development effort and nearly $20 million in corporate and private investment funding, the eVolution 2000™ tool-set addresses each of the major steps of the legacy system modernization process at near perfect levels of automation.

Beyond the ability to address the standard suite of legacy software languages, the eVolution 2000™ tool-set also has the flexibility to address most other legacy software languages, needing only 8 to 12 weeks of automated processes modification to accept the new source language.

Using the eVolution 2000™ tool-set, The Software Revolution, Inc. can help customers enter the modern computing world quickly and far less expensively than using currently available manual or semi-automated approaches.

For more information about TSRI, visit our web site or contact:

TSRI
Greg Tadlock
Vice President of Sales
Phone: (425) 284-2770
Fax:     (425) 284-2785
This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
Tuesday, 15 September 2009 13:54

2001 - First Round Financing Completed

 

"First Round Financing Completed"

Kirkland, WA. (January 5, 2001) – The Software Revolution, Inc. (TSRI), a world-class provider of assessment, transformation, re-factoring and web-enablement software services for legacy systems, today announced that it has completed its $3 million "first round" of investment financing.

Growth Acceleration

As TSRI's capabilities are becoming recognized as the fastest, lowest-risk, and most cost-effective approach to legacy system modernization, the company has rapidly begun to grow. To support that growth and to ensure a continuing exponential expansion of its business base, TSRI undertook the challenge of obtaining investment funds in the difficult financial environment currently affecting high-tech companies across the globe.

"It is a testament to TSRI's vision and to the potential long-term dominance of our approach to legacy system modernization that we were able to obtain investment funding when so many other companies are unable to get the attention of today's financial community," TSRI's CEO. "We will use the funding to expand and strengthen all aspects of the company with particular emphasis on the development of our technologies and services that have no peer in today's market, and in our sales and marketing force that will ensure the business world and government organizations are fully aware of our unique offering."

The Software Revolution, Inc.

The Software Revolution, Inc., established in 1995, specializes in the modernization of legacy system software. Employing state-of-the-art artificial intelligence-based technologies, The Software Revolution, Inc. has developed the capability to assess, transform, re-factor, and web-enable, a variety of different software source languages, along with system databases.

Employing a highly automated, low risk, cost-effective approach, The Software Revolution, Inc. can transform COBOL, C, Fortran, Mumps, Ada, and CMS2 into modern, platform-independent C++, JAVA, or XML with CORBA compatibility.

eVolution 2000™ toolset

The foundation of TSRI's capabilities is the eVolution 2000™ tool-set. Enjoying the benefit of over 100 man-years of development effort and nearly $20 million in corporate and private investment funding, the eVolution 2000™ tool-set addresses each of the major steps of the legacy system modernization process at near perfect levels of automation.

Beyond the ability to address the standard suite of legacy software languages, the eVolution 2000™ tool-set also has the flexibility to address most other legacy software languages, needing only 8 to 12 weeks of automated processes modification to accept the new source language.

Using the eVolution 2000™ tool-set, The Software Revolution, Inc. can help customers enter the modern computing world quickly and far less expensively than using currently available manual or semi-automated approaches.

For more information about TSRI, visit our web site or contact:

TSRI
Greg Tadlock
Vice President of Sales
Phone: (425) 284-2770
Fax:     (425) 284-2785
This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
Tuesday, 30 March 2010 01:00

2002 - Expand its Operations

 

"TSRI Relocates to Expand its Operations"

Kirkland, WA. (December 16, 2002) – The Software Revolution, Inc. (TSRI) plans to relocate to a new facility on 27 December 2002. The new facility is located in the Kirkland Corporate Center and the address is:
11332 Northeast 122nd Way
Kirkland, WA 98034

All company telephone numbers and web site information will remain the same. A map to our new facility will be posted on our web site.

Stanley Beckelman, TSRI's Chief Executive Officer said, "We are pleased to announce this move to a newer, more modern facility that will afford us 60% more space to meet our staff needs supporting our growing business base. At the same time, we have taken significant measures to assure that there will be no disruption to any on-going projects."

For more information about TSRI, visit our web site or contact:

TSRI
Greg Tadlock
Vice President of Sales
Phone: (425) 284-2770
Fax:     (425) 284-2785
This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
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