Zumasys announced today that Armstrong Repair Center, National Electric and Scott Electric have successfully migrated their applications to jBASE, the popular application platform acquired by Zumasys in 2015. Migrating their diverse applications from D3, UniVerse and mvEnterprise respectively, jBASE proves that is the platform of choice for all PICK users.
jBASE allows customers to run their PICK MultiValue applications “natively” on underlying operating systems including Linux, Windows Server and IBM AIX. A primary benefit is that programs are no longer restricted by VMEs or “big blob” databases. As a result, younger web developers can now interact directly with this rich application logic, accelerate modernization and easily move to cloud.
Migrating from a D3 Linux server onsite in Houston, Armstrong Repair Center moved to jBASE on The Zumasys cloud, which runs out of the massive Las Vegas-based SuperNAP data center.
“Thanks to everyone that made our conversion go smoothly. It is surely appreciated,” said Marolyn Armstrong who co-founded Armstrong Repair in 1968.
“You have a tremendous group of people working for you. They are very talented, hardworking dedicated experts in their fields. They gave us a lot of confidence as we went through the transition to jBASE in the cloud, said Michael Loeppke, CFO of National Electric. “In fact, we ran into some issues with our closing process on our old system, just before our scheduled go live and what could have been a disaster was averted with the help of your team. The actual go live went very smooth from my perspective with only minor printing format issues to deal with.”
Zumasys recently announced a major new release — jBASE 5.7 — which is now available in a free trial edition.