Application Integration

Key to Successful Implementation of DoD Data Strategy eBook

When the U.S. Department of Defense (DoD) announced its new data strategy in September 2020, much of what the department is aiming to do sounded familiar to people with experience in private sector information technology. The DoD plans to transform into a data-centric organization and use data to help the department fulfill a number of…

Pennsylvania Justice Network (PA JNET)

The Pennsylvania Justice Network (JNET) is an integrated, secure justice portal providing an online environment for authorized users to access public safety and criminal justice information.

U.S. Department of Labor Building

Dept. of Labor OWCP

The OWCP mission is to protect the interests of workers who are injured or become ill on the job, their families and their employers by making timely, appropriate, and accurate decisions on claims, providing prompt payment of benefits and helping injured workers return to gainful work as early as is feasible.

U.S. Navy ERP

Navy ERP is the Department of Navy’s financial system of record. It streamlines the Navy’s business operations, namely financial and supply chain management.

Integrating Legacy Systems with SaaS Applications | Software AG Government Solutions
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Integrating Legacy Systems with SaaS Applications Webinar - Offsite Link

To this day, government and higher education institutions leverage extremely stable mainframe applications in their day-to-day business. The problem with these applications is the poor user experience and the ability to scale as demand warrants, but, on the other hand, rewriting these applications can be costly and risky.

webMethods Application Integration | Software AG Government Solutions

webMethods Application Integration

Connect systems, applications, clouds, data and devices with the simplicity of a single platform: webMethods, #1 in application integration.

Are Data and People at the Hearts of your Modernization Efforts? - Offsite Link

Behind every government mainframe computer is an untold story. Rarely do we hear about the employees who dedicate their careers to writing code, building systems and finding ways to keep the government’s critical, bulk transactions running for decades. These stories don’t get the glory and rarely get attention unless something goes horribly wrong. But dissecting…