Government Agency Successes
Micro Focus rehosted an essential 911 Computer Aided Dispatch (CAD) system for the City of Inglewood, California from an aging mainframe onto a Windows platform, maintaining the mission critical system.
This article, written by Inglewood, California’s Assistant City Manager and CIO, discusses best practices in legacy migration and how Micro Focus was able to help the City save money and create a more efficient and effective Computer Aided Dispatch (CAD) System.
With the purchase and implementation of a new ERP system, the City of Fort Worth looked to save $850,000 in annual mainframe maintenance. Before the mainframe could be turned off, however, a number of historical applications would also have to be rehosted onto a new platform.
See how the City of Miami Fire & Rescue Department reduced its annual IT budget by over 50%, removing $900,000 of cost from their business. Learn how they improved the performance and responsiveness of their Unisys emergency response applications, reducing downtime and expanding the delivery and availability of vital information to key end users.
The City of Miami’s Fire Computer Aided Dispatch (CAD) system, which was state-of-the-art when it was installed more than 20 years ago, has been strained by the demands of an increasing population and was no longer able to integrate smoothly with new systems and functionality. Here is the Micro Focus solution.