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Great Migrations wants you to win more modernization projects and deliver more value in those projects. We are seeking IT solution providers and consultants to join our partner program and use our state-of-the-art modernization tools and methods to help clients preserve and enhance their legacy software assets. There is no cost to become a partner; we ask only for a commitment to work together in selling and delivering value in modernization projects.
Why Partner with Great Migrations?
Become a Great Migrations Partner and you will reap several benefits including:
Improved ability to offer more value to your clients
Improved ability to manage risk of Upgrade projects
Improved ability to compete for Upgrade Projects
Free up time and resources to explore and deliver strategic migration objectives
Free up time and resources to explore and deliver development process improvements
Set the stage for additional, strategic services with your clients
Establish yourself as leader in the modernization solutions market
Eliminate the need for classic VB6/COM/ASP skills to be successful with your clients
How does it work?
Modernization projects are rewarding and challenging, and they require various activities: planning, design, development, verification. gmStudio provides an accelerated path to results and dramatically reduces the risk and effort needed to complete projects, but there will always be a significant amount of thought and manual work the can facilitate but cannot do on its own. In many cases clients need more help than we can offer, so we look to solution providers to provide consultants to do tasks such as the following:
Analyzing legacy systems, designing target architecture, and defining upgrade details
Configuring and operating gmStudio
Training and mentoring developers on .NET tools and techniques
Formulating, evaluating, and refining technical design options
Building or acquiring supporting components, products, and tools to increase the ROI of modernization
Designing and implementing new development and deployment techniques
Defining a smooth transition strategy
Planning and executing functional and technical testing and