In today’s mobile world, consumers expect instant access to information and services – if they don’t get it, they move on. For established companies, keeping up with customer expectations can be extremely challenging, especially when they have a mix of back-end technologies that aren’t fully compatible with web, cloud or mobile technology. Those companies that want to retain their existing customers – and attract new ones – must find a way to fast track their consumer-facing service projects.

While striving to create these new applications, organizations often find themselves dealing with a backlog of APIs they are trying to deliver from their core (legacy) systems. They are not fast enough to make a dent in their backlog - typically needing to add more staff, learn too many tools, or simplify a complex integration stack overburdened with middleware. While striving to create these new applications, organizations often find themselves dealing with a backlog of APIs they are trying t...
In today’s mobile world, consumers expect instant access to information and services – if they don’t get it, they move on. For established companies, keeping up with customer expectations can be extremely challenging, especially when they have a mix of back-end technologies that aren’t fully compatible with web, cloud or mobile technology. Those companies that want to retain their existing customers – and attract new ones – must find a way to fast track their consumer-facing service projects.

While striving to create these new applications, organizations often find themselves dealing with a backlog of APIs they are trying to deliver from their core (legacy) systems. They are not fast enough to make a dent in their backlog - typically needing to add more staff, learn too many tools, or simplify a complex integration stack overburdened with middleware. While striving to create these new applications, organizations often find themselves dealing with a backlog of APIs they are trying to deliver from their core (legacy) systems. They are not fast enough to make a dent in their backlog - typically needing to add more staff, learn too many tools, or simplify a complex integration stack overburdened with middleware.
Leverage your enterprise applications and innovate like a nimble startup
OpenLegacy connects your legacy systems to the modern world through standard APIs. You can generate new cloud, web and mobile solutions from your legacy systems automatically, easily and rapidly. OpenLegacy eliminates the need for complicated, expensive integration platforms and brittle, unreliable screen-scraping technologies.

Standard, secure, fast APIs in minutes

In just minutes, OpenLegacy lets you extract strong-type metadata from any core (legacy) system to create a standard Java API that encapsulates the underlying business logic. Using OpenLegacy’s built-in templates, you can transform these java objects into web or mobile applications, REST APIs, or SOA web services. You can layer on additional security and analytics components and optimize performance. The APIs can easily be used and reused by any Java developer for any digital service, and tested With OpenLegacy's built-in Junit testing in design and run-time. OpenLegacy provides API management and monitoring tools, as well as software and services to ensure successful design, implementation, and deployment of APIs and micro-services.
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