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Senden, Germany – January 14th 2013. For over a decade now innoWake has been providing innovative solutions and tools for the Natural/Adabas space. The focus is on modernizing and migrating applications that have been built in-house by Natural/Adabas users. innoWake is the leader in breaking up monolithic structures and providing modern user interfaces for these systems. innoWake's experience has been that many Natural/Adabas customers are looking for a future proof strategy for their applications. To solidify this assumption innoWake conducted a research study in Germany, Austria, and Switzerland. The result underlines that a 1-for-1 migration to open technology is an interesting option for most. Björn Langmack, CSO at innoWake, is happy with the results: "Our goal is to provide solutions
that are a great fit for our customers and help them achieve their goals. The plentiful responses to our research questionnaire are only outweighed by the fact that our solution fulfills the market's requirements so well." Participants were entered in a draw to receive an iPod. The happy winner is Olaf Bendt, CEO of dsb GmbH & Co. KG in Neckarsulm.
innoWake gmbh has been offering innovative, effective and flexible solutions
for the modernisation of applications and development environments for more
than eleven years. Addressing problems in existing applications, innoWake
resolves them with a unique “soft” modernisation approach. innoWake also
offers highly automated methods to migrate Natural, Cobol and other
applications to Java. The software firm effectively combines expertise in Java,
Natural, COBOL and PL/1. innoWake is headquartered in Senden near Ulm,
Germany and currently has approximately 50 employees. The executive
consists of Thorsten Bernecker, Björn Langmack and Mirko Schliemann. The
subsidiary innoWake international inc. is based in San Francisco, CA.
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