Bruce Acacio’s Infinite Team Achieves Client Objectives & Saves Project Cost

Infinite Corporation went through explosive expansion under the leadership of Bruce Acacio, and now handles big data migration projects for international brands. Migration of ERP system named BPCS/LX to Linux for US based global foods brand is just another recent example of company’s growth.

The complex migration project was completed in just 6 months. Infinite I toolset was deployed to complete the migration smoothly. The client had multiple goals for the project, and Bruce Acacio’s team made sure that all of them were met at stated time. Major goals were:

  • Virtualization of hardware environment through VMWare
  • Execution of applications in graphic interface
  • Data in Oracle

Cost advantage

Infinite Corporation brought cost advantages for the client by completing migration work at a cost that was much lower than using the same technology for its applications. Hence, the client saved a major portion of their rewriting budget by opting for migration.

Bruce Acacio led Infinite shared the project details in official press release published on company website.

Visit http://infinitecorporation.com/press-releases to go through recent projects and accomplishments of the global IT solutions provider.

Advertisements

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.

2

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

Safe Harbor Statement

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 TI 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.

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

Safe Harbor Statement

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 TI 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.

Read more at http://vator.tv/news/2014-10-03-bruce-acacio-makes-infinite-i-10c-public

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

Safe Harbor Statement

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 TI 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.

Read more at http://vator.tv/news/2014-10-03-bruce-acacio-introduces-new-as-400-in-the-cloud-program

Bruce Acacio – CEO & Innovator at Infinite Corporation

A leader in the information technology industry, Bruce Acacio is the Chief Executive Officer at Infinite Corporation based in California. Throughout his life and career, Mr. Acacio has maintained involvement in several professional and charitable endeavors, attaining success in his pursuits.

An alumnus of Duquesne University in Pittsburgh, Bruce Acacio obtained his Bachelor of Science in Business, after which he enrolled in St. Thomas University School of Law in Florida. Despite his law degree, Mr. Acacio has chosen a career in the information technology sector, beginning as an Agent Manager for IBM. From IBM, Mr. Acacio joined California Software Products, Inc., (since then rebranded as Infinite Corporation), where he works currently.

Central to the development of Infinite Corporation since 1998, Bruce Acacio has overseen the company’s growth during his tenure with the firm, with expansion to international markets and the addition of products and services. From its origins as one office with two products, Infinite Corporation now commands a global presence with 20 offices on four continents and a growing menu of 300 products and services.

Among his recent accomplishments with Infinite Corporation, Mr. Acacio brokered a partnership with Hewlett-Packard (HP), which allows Infinite to sell and distribute HP Enterprise’s portfolio across the United States. Recognized for his contributions to the community, Bruce Acacio has volunteered resources to several causes in Southern California and elsewhere. At present, he has focused Infinite Corporation’s philanthropic efforts into a partnership with San Diego-based Mama’s Kitchen which provides free meals, delivery services, and more to individuals and families which have been affected by AIDs and cancer.

When not working, Mr. Acacio enjoys different recreational activities, working out at the gym and running when possible. An avid reader,  Bruce Acacio counts Fyodor Dostoevsky, William Faulkner, and Joseph Heller among his favorite authors.

Bruce Acacio – CEO at INFINITE Corporation

A graduate of Duquesne University, Bruce Acacio (CEO of Infinite Corporation),California-based software solutions provider INFINITE Corporation. Mr. Acacio has shown a noteworthy talent for reviving struggling business models over his years of experience. Earlier in his career, he worked for the United Kingdom-based corporation Lex Service, PLC, in a management and sales capacity. He also served as an Agent Manager for International Business Machines (IBM) Corp. Mr. Acacio stepped up to direct INFINITE’s predecessor company, California Software Products, Inc. (CSPI) in 1998.

Under Bruce Acacio’s management, CSPI created the BABY/36 and BABY/AS 2000 products, which went on to earn several accolades. Initially marketing its services to users of AS/400 systems, CSPI began expanding its reach into other markets and went on to re-brand itself as California Software Corporation. Bruce Acacio continued managing the company as it became a leading example in the fields of legacy extension, business intelligence, and financial services software.

As CPSI’s CEO, Bruce Acacio(IT Entreprenur) was responsible for the development and release of the INFINITE software line, further stratifying the company’s position as a reliable information technology (IT) solutions supplier. Software Magazine honored the company as part of the Software 500 in 2005. Through strategic acquisitions and strong partnerships with the likes of HP Software Division to provide the best possible solutions for California Software’s purchasers, Bruce Acacio grew the company into its current embodiment as INFINITE Software Corporation in 2007. INFINITE continues its forerunners’ legacy of leading software production. The company operates out of locations in North America, South America, Europe, and Asia, with over 100,000 of its products installed in 56 countries.

Apart from his experience in the leadership of (INFINITE Software)Bruce Acacio also holds a law degree from the St. Thomas School of Law in Miami Gardens, Florida, and maintains his membership with the American Bar Association. Mr. Acacio’s interests include running and reading, and lists William Faulker’s Light in August and Joseph Heller’s Catch-22 among his favorite works.

Bruce Acacio – Chief Executive Officer Driven by Growth & Welfare

Bruce Acacio – Professional Summary:   As CEO of Infinite Corporation, Bruce Acacio oversees the development of the company’s growth and expansion internationally. During his tenure, Bruce Acacio helped to increase the number of products offered by the company from just 2 products to more than 300. He also shepherded Infinite’s operational growth from 1 location to more than 20 locations on 4 continents. The responsibility for daily operations as well as maintaining client relations and strategic partnerships also falls to Bruce Acacio in his post as CEO of the corporation. 

Under his leadership, Infinite Corporation enjoys a reputation as a leader in IBM midrange migration and modernization technology. Beginning with just a few programmers and a small office, the company landed Honeywell International as its first client. Today, Bruce Acacio that boasts 100,000 installations in 56 countries.

As an example of the company’s expansion, in 2009, Mr. Acacio secured an agreement for Infinite Corporation to serve as a national seller of Hewlett-Packard’s (HP) Enterprise portfolio. The move allowed Infinite Corporation to integrate regional selling strategies into HP’s 11 core U.S. markets.

A believer in corporate giving, Bruce Acacio  translates a portion of the company’s success into assisting charities and nonprofit organizations. In 2011, Mr. Acacio and Infinite Corporation chose Mama’s Kitchen in San Diego, California. Mama’s Kitchen provides 3 meals a day, 365 days a year to people affected by HIV/AIDS or cancer. Originally, Mama’s Kitchen offered home deliveries of meals. Today, its services include donating groceries to bolster people’s food budgets. 

Bruce Acacio earned a B.S. in Business as an undergraduate at Duquesne University. He went on to study law at St. Thomas University School of Law in Miami Gardens, Florida.

Bruce Acacio – Professional Experience:

INFINITE Corporation 
CEO 
Software 
Irvine, CA US 

Developed and executed a plan for global growth and expansion from two products to more than 300. From 1 location to more than 20 on 4 continents. 
strategic planning for continued growth and operational responsibilites for day-to-day operations. 
Dramatic company growth by developing strong and enduring client relationships and beneficial strategic partnerships.

Bruce Acacio – Education:     

Duquesne University 
Business 
Bachelor of Science 
Pittsburgh, PA US 
09/1/1979 — 06/1/1982 

 St. Thomas University School of Law 
Law 
LLM 
Miami Gardens, FL US 
09/1/1985 — 06/1/1988

Bruce Acacio – Interests:

Litigation, Gym/Running Winning look

Bruce Acacio – Chief Executive Officer at Infinite Corporation

Over the course of his career in information technology, Bruce Acacio has operated as a leading executive in his field, building his company into the premier name in legacy systems migration. After receiving a B.S. in Business from Duquesne University in Pennsylvania and L.L.M. from St. Thomas University School of Law in Florida, Bruce Acacio(IT Entreprenur) launched a multifaceted career in sales, business development, and management with achievements at companies in the United States and abroad.

Following tenures at Lex Service, PLC, and IBM, Bruce Acacio joined California Software Products, Inc. (now Infinite Corporation), where he quickly became a key figure in the company’s leadership. Employed by Infinite Corporation since 1998, Bruce Acacio has ascended to the role of Chief Executive Officer, in which capacity he oversees all aspects of company operations. Skilled in the area of business development, Bruce Acacio (Head of Business at Infinite) has orchestrated partnerships between Infinite Corporation and multinational technology companies including VMware, Inc., Red Hat, Inc., and Dell. Most recently, Hewlett-Packard joined the list of clients to whom Infinite now sells enterprise products.

Under Mr. Acacio’s leadership, Infinite Corporation has grown from a single office that provided two products into a global presence in legacy systems migration and information technology integration. The company now operates with more than 20 offices in four continents and 300 products and services to meet various business needs.

Mr. Acacio and his team at Infinite Corporation have completed more than 100,000 installations in 56 countries for clients in numerous industries. Over the years, Infinite Corporation and Mr. Acacio have implemented successful AS/400 migrations for such clients as Johnson & Johnson Services, Inc., Shell, General Motors, BMW, General Electric, and FMR LLC (Fidelity).

In addition, Mr. Bruce Acacio continues to build upon Infinite Corporation’s product offerings with expansions into worldwide markets for server and storage sales as well as implementation. More information on Mr. Acacio’s work with Infinite Corporation can be found on the company website.

Bruce Acacio Chief Executive Officer at Software Company

Over the course of his career in information technology, Bruce Acacio has operated as a leading executive in his field, building his company into the premier name in legacy systems migration. After receiving a B.S. in Business from Duquesne University in Pennsylvania and L.L.M. from St. Thomas University School of Law in Florida, Bruce Acacio launched a multifaceted career in sales, business development, and management with achievements at companies in the United States and abroad.

Following tenures at Lex Service, PLC, and IBM, MR Bruce Acacio joined California Software Products, Inc. (now Infinite Corporation), where he quickly became a key figure in the company’s leadership. Employed by Infinite Corporation since 1998, Bruce Acacio has ascended to the role of Chief Executive Officer, in which capacity he oversees all aspects of company operations. Skilled in the area of business development, Bruce Acacio has orchestrated partnerships between Infinite Corporation and multinational technology companies including VMware, Inc., Red Hat, Inc., and Dell. Most recently, Hewlett-Packard joined the list of clients to whom Infinite now sells enterprise products.

Under Mr. Acacio’s leadership, Infinite Corporation has grown from a single office that provided two products into a global presence in legacy systems migration and information technology integration. The company now operates with more than 20 offices in four continents and 300 products and services to meet various business needs. Mr.  Bruce Acacio and his team at Infinite Corporation have completed more than 100,000 installations in 56 countries for clients in numerous industries.

Over the years, Infinite Corporation and Mr. Acacio have implemented successful AS/400 migrations for such clients as Johnson & Johnson Services, Inc., Shell, General Motors, BMW, General Electric, and FMR LLC (Fidelity). In addition, Mr. Acacio continues to build upon Infinite Corporation’s product offerings with expansions into worldwide markets for server and storage sales as well as implementation. More information on Mr. Bruce Acacio’s work with Infinite Corporation can be found on the company website.

Source  –  http://bruceacacio.soup.io/

Bruce Acacio – CEO, Industry Influencer & Philanthropist

A leader in the information technology industry, Bruce Acacio is the Chief Executive Officer at Infinite Corporation based in California. Throughout his life and career, Bruce Acacio has maintained involvement in several professional and charitable endeavors, attaining success in his pursuits. An alumnus of Duquesne University in Pittsburgh, Bruce Acacio obtained his Bachelor of Science in Business, after which he enrolled in St. Thomas University School of Law in Florida. Despite his law degree, Bruce Acacio has chosen a career in the information technology sector, beginning as an Agent Manager for IBM. From IBM, Mr. Acacio joined California Software Products, Inc., (since then rebranded as Infinite Corporation), where he works currently.

Central to the development of Infinite Corporation since 1998, Mr. Acacio has overseen the company’s growth during his tenure with the firm, with expansion to international markets and the addition of products and services. From its origins as one office with two products, Infinite Corporation now commands a global presence with 20 offices on four continents and a growing menu of 300 products and services. Among his recent accomplishments with Infinite Corporation, Mr. Acacio brokered a partnership with Hewlett-Packard (HP), which allows Infinite to sell and distribute HP Enterprise’s portfolio across the United States.

Recognized for his contributions to the community, Mr. Acacio has volunteered resources to several causes in Southern California and elsewhere. At present, he has focused Infinite Corporation’s philanthropic efforts into a partnership with San Diego-based Mama’s Kitchen which provides free meals, delivery services, and more to individuals and families which have been affected by AIDs and cancer. When not working, Mr. Bruce Acacio enjoys different recreational activities, working out at the gym and running when possible. An avid reader, Mr. Acacio counts Fyodor Dostoevsky, William Faulkner, and Joseph Heller among his favorite authors.