PRINCETON, New Jersey, November 12, 2015 /PRNewswire/ --
OpenLegacy, the open standard-based integration platform provider, announced today that Pranical Technologies has joined its worldwide channel partner program.
Pranical is headquartered in Venezuela with a strong presence throughout Latin America and focuses on designing and delivering business solutions based on BPM, SOA, and EAI technologies.
"OpenLegacy's capabilities help us respond to our customers' current needs and demands," said Daniel Zambrano, CEO of Pranical Technologies. "With OpenLegacy, we have increased the flexibility of the IT architecture of our business, accelerating deployments and improving performance of our customers' IT investments."
He added that beyond the technology and functionality of OpenLegacy's products, the company's commitment and specialized knowledge have enabled rapid training of Pranical's engineers, allowing them to roll the solution out to customers quickly.
OpenLegacy's platform delivers rapid integration, including APIs for SOAP/REST services, which can extend Internet connectivity to databases and software applications developed with technologies such as RPG or COBOL. One real-world example is in migration of core systems that need to connect effectively and efficiently to a large number of systems. These systems must be interconnected among various business environments and enable extension of legacy system software applications.
Pranical is incorporating OpenLegacy into the implementation of BPM/SOA projects, which will reduce the effort and time needed in software development phases of the integration layer. Pranical will also be using OpenLegacy' s capabilities that can quickly extend "green screens" developed in RPG and COBOL languages by automatically obtaining the equivalent screens in responsive Web. Responsive web allows them to be accessed from any browser and device, including mobile. All this provides significant value to business processes such as sales force management, product delivery, and more.
Founded in 2000, Pranical was established to serve the needs of organizations in the eBusiness field. Since its inception, Pranical Technologies realized that any initiative, particularly technological, must be justified by clear business objectives, taking into account people and processes. Headquartered in Venezuela, the company is staffed by professionals with a high level of expertise in their areas of development and has participated in the implementation of major projects using its range of services. http://www.pranical.com
OpenLegacy enables enterprises to quickly and rapidly extend and transform legacy and on premise systems such as IBM i (aka AS/400), mainframes and databases to the Web, mobile and cloud. A standards-based, open-source development platform, OpenLegacy lets organizations solve high impact business problems quickly, giving enterprises a newfound agility and opening the door to creative, new, cost-effective solutions. For more information, visit http://openlegacy.com.