Barclays banks on SwiftMigrate for smooth data centre migration, Emulation retains value from legacy infrastructure investment, preserves business-critical applications and saves costs
Swiftmigrate saved Ford millions in reprogramming costs for crucial applications used in its manufacturing plants.
When Morrisons bought out the Safeway chain it turned to Swiftmigrate for a risk-free and cost-effective way of expanding its pricing applications to 180 new locations.
By moving to an emulated system, this helicopter manufacturer could make design changes in hours rather than days.
With servicing and replacement of old VAX hardware becoming increasingly difficult, this information services company could not continue to risk a proprietary application library built up over 20 years.
The amount of power and floor space required to operate this leading trading platform was unsustainable before Swiftmigrate moved it to an emulated system – and all without suspending operations.