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Helping the C-Suite of Billion Dollar Companies 
De-Risk Their Legacy Multi-Value Applications.

 

Multi-Value Transformation.
We Are Experts.

Multi-Value Applications Remain
Crucial to Thousands of Businesses

An innovation 50 years ago, Multi-Value technology gave birth to highly customizable business applications often created by real business users with knowledge and experience.

 

Thousands of these applications are still in operation within major manufacturing, distribution, banking, healthcare, governmental and other verticals.

So, Why Do the C-Suites of Major
Companies Want These Systems Retired ASAP?

Risk.

IT.  Security.  Regulatory.  Competitition

Most database providers have evolved to improve their platforms and application developers have improved their software.

However, for most IT and business executives these systems still exist well outside best practice risk management including talent, architecture, resilience, security, and innovation.

Critical Risk Factors

- Supplier Concentration Risk
- Limited and Shrinking Talent Pool
- Basic Programming Language
- Non-Cloud Native Architecture
- Proprietary Integrations
- Proprietary Change Control
- Limited telemetry

Modernization is not Retirement.

Most Companies Have Tried Multiple Modernization Strategies to De-Risk Their Multi-Value Applications.

Most attempts to put a different UX on a green screen, or replicate data to a modern database, or build an API forward application architecture fail or fall short of expectations. 
 

Why? Because the underlying business logic is not in a recognized business tier.   It cannot be easily encapsulated which requires to be re-written.  
 

Barriers to Success

- architectures are monolithic

- data integrity is not referentially enforced
- business logic is not in a tier
- primary language is not object oriented
- 4GL’s are not modern low-code

- most integrations proprietarty
- applications are not portable

OASYS is born of a big vision of the future of the MultiValue legacy and informed by some of the industry's most experienced executives and technologists.  If we are successful, we will make ourselves obsolete.

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