Aflac migrates data to a scalable, open standards DB2 database
“I commend MOST's project team members for their high level of professionalism and their technical contribution to the project. MOST’s rapid adjustment to Japanese work practices and culture also favorably added to project success.” said Yukio Fukushima, CIO.
The results of this project increased employee and agent productivity and improved customer service by making up-to-date customer information available in real time.
OAG migrates Mainframe Natural/ADABAS to an open standard Cobol/DB2 UDB platform on UNIX
OAG (Official Airline Guide) headquartered in the UK needed a most accurate solution for converting Natural/ADABAS operating on a mainframe to Cobol/DB2 UDB operating on AIX. They contacted MOST Technologies, Ltd. (MOST) headquartered in Tel Aviv, Israel. MOST has solved similar database migration and reengineering challenges for customers around the globe.
"It was important for us to carry out the migration project with minimal impact on OAG resources," says Francis. “We wanted a fast and accurate migration with the complete preservation of our Natural code in the Cobol/DB2 UDB application at minimal risk, and that’s exactly what MOST delivered remotely and effectively.”
Other customers: Nissan Motors, Fedex, Delta Airlines and many others.