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Application Modernization by fecher

fecher has a 30-year track record as an Application Modernization expert. We ensure that our projects are successful by applying a proven process model and our strong working relationships with leading technology providers. fecher leverages the experience gained from hundreds of successful porting projects and continuously improves the tools it uses to ensure the highest possible level of automation. This makes it possible to deliver turn-key migrations, reliably and safely, for enterprise-critical legacy applications and databases – by a fixed deadline and at a fixed price.

Application Modernization: Overview        



All Application Modernization Models are now available as fixed price turn-key projects with a guaranteed desired deadline date

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What Clients Say

Support over the coming years is now also assured. As a service providing organization, the software conversion truly liberated us.

— Ralf Heinze, Division Manager, Administration Projects and Products, DATAGROUP

Without the automated migration to .NET we wouldn’t have got this far. And yet our effort has been hardly higher than for an upgrade of a Team-Developer version to the newest release.

— Robert Schaeffer, Head of development, Imtech ICT Austria

During the long testing phase, our processes became much clearer to us, leading us to come up with several new ideas as to how they can be further simplified. As the .NET environment provides many new options, we will now be able to quickly implement these ideas.

— Rafael Lehmann, Director Production Logistics Projects, Fujitsu Technology Solutions

Instead of scrapping everything and starting over, with porting, we were able to keep what was good and then use the new functions offered by .NET to simply supplement what was missing. We’d make exactly the same decision again, at any time.

— Markus Neumayr, Managing Partner, Ramsauer & Stürmer Software