|By Business Wire||
|December 17, 2012 12:54 PM EST||
GT Software, a leading provider of enterprise modernization solutions today announced Day One Support for IBM CICS Transaction Server for z/OS v5.1. This is part of GT Software’s ongoing commitment to ensure customers are able to upgrade to new IBM software releases on day one.
The availability of Day One support translates into meaningful benefits for GT Software customer. They can continue to have the confidence that GT will be ready when IBM releases new or upgraded products.
The following products will provide Day One support for CICS Transaction Server z/OS v5.1
- BMS/TS 8.6.2
- Assist/TS 7.3.2
- Ivory Service Architect 4.4.1
- Ivory HUB 5.1.0
“Participating in the early support programs from IBM allows us to ensure our products run reliably on new IBM software releases on day one,” said Henry Fogwill, Product Manager at GT Software. “GT works closely with IBM to be kept abreast of the direction IBM is taking with CICS. This allows us to anticipate our product enhancements to maximize and exploit new functions and features in the CICS Transaction Server.”
For over three decades, GT Software has helped organizations optimize their technology investments by providing enterprise modernization solutions. A core division of GT Software focuses on enhancing and evolving legacy applications, future -proofing them by making them more flexible and open to newer platforms.
About GT Software
Celebrating 30 years of technology excellence, GT Software delivers a broad scope of integration, modernization, and migration solutions across a variety of platforms. Enterprises across the globe with legacy mainframe assets leverage GT Software solutions to optimize these technology investments while modernizing for use in mobile, cloud and web applications. For more information, visit www.gtsoftware.com.
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