Organizations face multiple businesses and IT challenges like increasing cost, fierce competition, and faster time to market. A lot of those organizations still rely on business-critical legacy applications, like mainframe or legacy code like COBOL. Modernizing legacy applications is a high-stakes, high-anxiety affair for enterprise IT leaders. The lack of accurate knowledge of what’s inside the applications further exacerbates the challenge.
Maintaining these legacy applications can be challenging. Specifically, resource availability, keeping up with the pace of change and the need for improved functionality, flexibility at lower costs.
Asysco, Microsoft and CAST puts their customer back in control of their legacy modernization roadmap. In this session, Asysco, Microsoft and CAST experts share the approach and real-world examples.
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Chief Commercial Officer
Herman is responsible for Asysco’s global sales, marketing and business development function. Prior to joining Asysco, Herman was sales responsible for Hewlett Packard’s platform transformation business in EMEA which included HP’s Mainframe Alternative Program. In addition, Herman had various sales, sales management and project management roles in Oracle and Logica.Herman has a degree in computer sciences.
Erik van Enk
Mainframe & Midrange Technical Leader EMEA
Erik van Enk, responsible for the first mainframe migration in the Benelux in 2006 has more than 15 years mainframe transformation experience. He worked for different international companies where the topic mainframe transformation stayed always top of mind. This reflects, with a smile, every day to his current role as one of the two mainframe transformation experts for EMEA within Microsoft. He acts as a trusted advisor for customers who are in the middle of such a strategic mainframe transformation.
Christophe joined CAST as product consultant in 1999 and went through various positions to become Technical Director for Northern Europe these 4 last years. Passionate about Software Intelligence, which brings factual, objective and accurate applications data to architects and decision makers, Christophe supports many organizations facing their modernization and cloudification challenges. In order to scale up to the next level and share the Software Intelligence Revolution to a broader audience, he focused these 2 last years on enabling advisors and building technology partnerships with major Cloud Software and Modernization Platform providers.