Bruce Acacio tells about recently launched AS/400 in the Cloud Program

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Infinite Corporation has lately launched a new AS/400 in the Cloud Program. The global software & services provider has kept its fee fixed for under 100-user marketplace. Bruce Acacio, the CEO has confirmed that new interface is graphical & comes with secure logic to make it easy for browser to access it from any device.

What’s in it for you?

Infinite AS/400 has already gained a reputation of best solution among small businesses. It lets users access their current interfaces & applications using Amazon-based servers as similar as they would do with more expensive servers. Bruce Acacio has confirmed that clients who will be opting for new AS/400 will get the benefit of low migration price & nominal system costs. They will be able to add or remove users without entering a long term contract.

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Other benefits include the ability to use present reporting methodologies & graphical front end. It’s the best option for midrange users as described by Bruce Acacio. With utterly modernized format & low fixed cost, AS/400 is one of the best offerings by Infinite Corporation.

You can learn more about Infinite’s AS/400 here. For any other queries on it, leave your comments below.

Philanthropy Efforts of Bruce Acacio led Infinite Corporation

While Infinite Corporation always believed in giving back to the community, Bruce Acacio has further reinforced the ideas in many aspects. When it comes to social investment, Infinite Charitable Giving Program is the primary funding body of the organization.

Below are some of the major contributions of Infinite Corporation:

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STEM Education

Infinite Corporation regularly offers grants for programs in the field of science, technology, and engineering. The top IT services provider realizes the importance of technology in modern times, and thus encourages educational programs to prepare youth for future jobs.

Environmental sustainability

Infinite Corporation realizes the importance of clean air and water. The company offers grants to nonprofit organizations committed to make Earth a better place for future generations. Bruce Acacio also acknowledges the importance of recycling and conservation.

Community efforts

With the guidance of Bruce Acacio, Infinite recently started working with Mama’s Kitchen. The San Diego based nonprofit organization provides free meals to families affected by AIDS and cancer.

Being a global IT services provider, Infinite Corporation is committed to social causes in local communities. Visit http://infinitecorporation.com/philanthropy to learn about philanthropic programs of Infinite Corporation.

Infinite Under Bruce Acacio’s Leadership in 2014

Under the guidance of Bruce Acacio, Infinite Corporation has achieved great milestones; year 2014 is no different for the leading IT firm.The company took major strategic decisions and launched new products to become more competitive in the market.

Below listed are the major achievements of Bruce Acacio :

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Data Migration for Banco Santander

In August, Infinite helped the Spanish banking group in transferring huge amounts of critical data to Oracle. The time consuming process was completed in just two weeks with Infinite’s migration plan and toolset.

Migration for Global Food Products Brand

In the month of May, the global software and services provider announced that its team has complete data migration of ERP system from IBM iSeries to Linux. Bruce Acacio completed the challenging project in less than 6 months and managed to achieve all the objectives of client.

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Infinite Releases Infinite I 10C

Early in March, Infinite released Infinite I 10C, a tool that migrates & deploys applications developed for AS400 platform to Linux, Windows and UNIX platforms. The migration tool brings various other advantages for companies interested in modernization and cloud-enablement.

Bruce Acacio is helping Infinite Corporation go for bigger projects and strategic partnerships. The company is one of the few global software and services providers that are going through phase of rapid expansion.

Visit http://www.infinitecorporation.com/press-releases  for more information about the company, its products, and other activities.

BRUCE ACACIO – THE DYNAMIC CEO OF INFINITE CORPORATION

Bruce Acacio is the Chief Executive Officer of INFINITE Corporation, and has played a crucial role in making the Orange County based software firm an international IT solutions provider. With a degree from St. Thomas University School of Law, Florida and vast experience with international brands like IBM, he guides the company everyday in positioning its products and services strongly in the competitive market.

Bruce Acacio led Infinite Wins Insurance Application Contract

Infinite Corporation, a global Software and Services Provider headed by Bruce Acacio, has announced today that it has been awarded a contract to migrate a large insurance application in use by over 700 companies.

This contract was awarded to Bruce Acacio’s team after the conclusion of several studies that compared the Infinite I solution against proposals from several global services companies. In the contract, Infinite will migrate an application that includes over 7 million lines of code. The application is written in RPG for the IBM I (AS/400) environment and will be migrated to multiple open platforms that include Linux and AIX and the Oracle database.

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Infinite’s team has concluded a competition after which they were awarded the contract to migrate an insurance application from AS/400 to multiple open platforms.  The client, a major software company specializing in financial services applications, required that its insurance application be migrated to both Linux and AIX operating systems and the Oracle database.  The migrated application will be offered in a new version of the software that will be offered as an upgrade to the current version operating only on the AS/400.  The new version will be offered for Linux or AIX using the Oracle database to be installed in the client’s datacenter or as a Cloud service.

The application was completely migrated as part of the competition and is deployable and available now under Linux/Oracle.

 To learn more about migrating AS/400 applications to Linux, Windows or UNIX, please visit http://www.infinitecorporation.com

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Bruce Acacio Makes Infinite I 10C Public

Infinite Announces its latest AS/400 Migration Toolset, Infinite | 10C

Infinite Corporation, a global Software and Services Provider has announced today the upcoming release of Infinite I 10C. This product is the latest AS/400 migration toolset produced by Infinite Corporation.

This new product transcends evolution, “states, Raquela Kaplan, Director of Marketing, Infinite Corporation. Infinite i 10C incorporates every conceivable update and capability that any end-user or developer could desire for their legacy COBOL or RPG programs,” continued Kaplan.

The latest version of Infinite i, Infinite Corporation’s popular AS/400 migration toolset, is a complete remake of the toolset. There are new compilers that add functionality for Free Format Code developed in RPG, expanded support for ILE functionality in RPG, COBOL, and CL. There are new development tools that provide for support and maintenance of migrated code in Java, C, and in the original RPG or COBOL. This new version also allows the Infinite I Application Server to co-execute with COTS Java applications or newly developed Java applications in a seamless manner. Infinite I 10C is a Cloud deployed Application Server that renders screens graphically in Java using Tomcat/Apache. It requires no client and is accessible from all major mobile devices and operating systems.

Infinite i 10C simply takes RPG and COBOL applications written for the IBM I (AS/400) platform and deploys them under Linux in a Java-based UI. The data is deployed using Oracle 12c.  This toolset for modernizing AS/400 applications creates a complete Java-interactive migration toolset.

There are toolsets that translate RPG or COBOL in to Java or C#, there are toolsets that migrate data from the iDB (DB2/400) database to Oracle, and there are GUI generators that also web-deploy screens. This toolset from Infinite I is the complete package. Infinite i 10C migrates, Infinite i 10C modernizes, Infinite i 10C updates the database, and most importantly, Infinite i 10C doesn’t require a rewrite of the code or data structure.

When the process is complete (about 90 days); the IBM I-based code will execute under inexpensive, industry standard X86 servers, running open source Linux under the Oracle database using graphical screens that are cloud deployed in Java.

To learn more about migrating AS/400 applications to Linux, Windows or UNIX, please visit https://exploreb2b.com/users/bruce-acacio

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Bruce Acacio Introduces New AS/400 in the Cloud Program

Infinite Announces New AS/400 in the Cloud Program

Infinite Corporation, a global Software and Services Provider has announced today the launch of its new AS/400 in the Cloud program.

Infinite has defined specific fixed fee AS/400 in the Cloud packages for the under 100-user marketplace.  These packages provide a migration of RPG or COBOL applications from the IBM I platform to Amazon Cloud Services by migrating the applications to Linux/Oracle and executing migrated application under Amazon x86 servers.  The new UI will be graphical and browser accessible via secure sign-in from any mobile or browser-based device.

The Infinite AS/400 in the Cloud solution allows clients the ability to use their existing interfaces and even hand held devices to access their applications using Amazon-based servers just as they would if they were retaining more expensive IBM i-based servers.

The benefits to clients who take advantage of this new offering are as follows: (1) Low fixed migration price, (2) Low fixed system costs moving forward, (3) The ability to add or reduce users as necessary without having to contract for long term resources, (4) The ability to use existing reporting methodologies IE: Query/400 or the ability to use Oracle-based reporting, (5) Data will be in Oracle format and accessible and useable by other Oracle-based applications in your enterprise, and (6) A graphical front end and browser accessibility included in price.

This new offering provides many midrange users the ability to migrate the applications to the cloud in a completely modernized way, at a fixed price with system support from Amazon. This is a revolutionary approach to the IBM I marketplace, said Raquela Kaplan, Director Marketing, Infinite Corporation.

To learn more about Infinite’s AS/400 in the Cloud Program, please visit http://vator.tv/person/bruceo-aacacio

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Infinite Migrates Infor BPCS/LX to Linux

Infinite Corporation, a global Software and Services Provider, announced today that it has completed the migration of BPCS/LX from the IBM I Series (AS/400) to Linux.

Paving the way for AS/400 users to migrate to Linux

Mr Bruce Acacio (CEO) announced that Infinite has completed the migration of the ERP system named BPCS/LX from the IBM iSeries operating environment to Linux.  This migration was fairly complex in that there were over six million lines of RPG, RPG ILE, CL and DDS code to be recompiled and deployed.  Using Infinite’s toolset, Infinite i, to recompile and deploy the applications took less than 6 months.  The migration was performed for a global food products company based in the United States.

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The company had several goals for rehosting BPCS/LX to Linux.  First, they wanted their data to be resident in Oracle, second they wanted their hardware environment to be virtualized using VMWare and third, they required the applications to be able to execute in a graphical Interface without having to write one.  Infinite met all the company’s objectives at a cost that was much lower than the cost of maintaining the applications on their aging IBM I Series servers.

Infinite’s toolsets and services have been used in thousands of AS/400 migrations worldwide.  As resources to support RPG and COBOL applications become more scarce, and as the importance to share data with other applications becomes critical, using the Infinite toolset and services makes more sense for companies that require a response to the problem of legacy applications.  In this particular case, the BPCS applications in use could not be easily replaced by new applications because they had been so heavily customized.  The cost of rewriting the application was estimated to be over USD3M.  The migration costs to the client of Infinite’s tools and services was less than 1/10 the rewrite estimate.   

To learn more about migrating AS/400 applications to Linux, Windows or UNIX, please visit http://www.infinitecorporation.com

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This release includes forward-looking statements intended to qualify for the safe harbor from liability established by the Private Securities Litigation Reform Act of 1995.  These forward-looking statements generally can be identified by phrases such as Infinite or its management “believes,” “expects,” “anticipates,” “foresees,” “forecasts,” “estimates” or other words or phrases of similar import.  Similarly, statements herein that describe Infinite’s business strategy, outlook, objectives, plans, intentions or goals also are forward-looking statements.  All such forward-looking statements are subject to certain risks and uncertainties that could cause actual results to differ materially from those in forward-looking statements.