Colorado Department of Human Services completes its Child Support IT modernization initiative
Denver, CO and San Francisco, CA - 10/24/2013. The Colorado Department of Human Services (CDHS) has completed the migration of its child support data system from the mainframe to a new computing platform using Java and Oracle. The State´s child support system is used by hundreds of county staff daily and processes more than $426 million in child support payments annually. In 2011, the State initiated a modernization of the system, by moving it from the mainframe to a new computing platform, enabling it to utilize new technologies and avoid obsolescence. Following a competitive bid process, the Colorado Department of Human Services, in conjunction with the Governor´s Office of Information Technology, selected innoWake international inc. for the project. innoWake completed the migration on-time and on-budget in less than two years with virtually no client or user impact. Performance of the new system meets or exceeds that of the mainframe.
innoWake international inc. has been selling and supporting innoWake gmbh’s innovative products and solutions in the US and Canada for over six years. The tools are tailored to modernize legacy applications as well as migrating COBOL, PL/1 and Natural to Java. In addition an Eclipse based plugin is available that allows developing applications in Natural or Eclipse in this modern environment. These tools are part of the solution portfolio that allows soft migration and modernization, an unique proposition in this space. innoWake combines the expertise of Java, Natural, COBOL, and PL/1 to propel its customers and their applications into state-of-the-art technology. The subsidiary is based in San Francisco, CA.
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