Effichange LLC announces the release of an Effichange XPager Suite™ Configuration to convert Notes Applications to ReactJS Using the Darwino back-end
Darwino enables the rapid development and deployment of sophisticated business processes by providing a complete and powerful set of tools, API’s, libraries and related capabilities. Developers can utilize these tools to either extend existing applications, or develop new ones.
The EffiChange XPager Suite set of Domino Designer based tools enable easy creation of Darwino components automatically, provide powerful troubleshooting capabilities and are highly configurable allowing the application of corporate and industry standards, best practices and lessons learned.
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About Effichange LLC
Effichange LLC™ is a Software and Services Company specialized in delivering modernization and infrastructure management solutions for large application and messaging environments. Our goal is to help customers minimize risks, save time, cost and resources.
Effichange™ specializes in IBM Notes, IBM Domino and IBM XPages solutions including: Application Modernization, XPages Tools, XPages Products, XPages Services, XPages Migration, XPages Conversion, XPages Enablement, XPages Development , XPages Consulting, Notes to XPages Migration, Notes Development, Domino consulting and Domino Infrastructure.
Effichange also offers a variety of services, including Application Analysis, Training, Mentoring and Development Services, which help organizations maximize the value of their investments in their modernization projects.
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Americhem choose Effichange to convert their IBM Notes applications to XPages with the XPager Suite
November 24, 2015 – NATICK, MA -– Americhem Inc., a global leader in the production of color and additive solutions for polymeric products, chose EffiChange LLC, a software and services company specialized in delivering modernization solutions, to convert their IBM Notes applications to XPages using the Effichange XPager Suite.
Americhem is looking to reduce use of IBM Notes client by web enabling their critical IBM Notes database applications. During their research they found the XPages platform could be the solution to building web front ends on their IBM Notes Client applications.
"We found that migrating our applications to other platforms would be costly and time consuming but found that using XPages could allow us to take advantage of existing design work, modernize our applications and reduce completion time." says Jean Gagne, IT Manager at Americhem. "Through our research we found the Effichange XPager Suite and immediately took advantage of their offer to put one of our databases through their conversion process to show us what XPager can do. We were pleased with the initial results, but found that some rework is required. With our limited, in-house XPages expertise we chose to have Effichange provide training as well as contracted them to complete the rework of our database application. This allowed us to experience the process of using XPager to web enable and modernize our IBM Notes application. Our application is production ready and we will be able to solicit feedback from our users on their modern web experience for decision making on future database conversions".
"We converted one of our databases with mid-level complexity", says Cynthia Floyd, Programmer/Analyst at Americhem. "Our first step was to send a copy of our database application to Effichange and they converted it to XPages using XPager and presented the results to us for free. This allowed us to get a feel for what the XPager tool could do without any initial investment. We decided to purchase an XPager license and two days of training. Our database was used in the training sessions so additional conversion work was completed during the training. We gained a better knowledge and understanding of the XPages conversion process, but decided to contract with Effichange for development services to complete the XPages conversion of our database. XPager is a powerful tool for use in getting IBM applications converted to XPages. We are very satisfied with the capabilities of the XPager tool and the expertise provided by Effichange. Their XPager tool and support services were a great help in quickly meeting the goal of placing a web front end on our IBM Lotus application. We see XPager as a viable tool for future web enablement of our remaining IBM Notes database applications".
The EffiChange XPager Suite™ is a powerful, IBM Domino Designer based, rapid XPages development platform to web enable or mobilize IBM Notes applications. XPager empowers developers to convert existing IBM Notes applications to XPages automatically, reducing the effort by up to 90%. The XPager Suite enables even novice XPages developers to successfully complete and scale XPages projects with minimal risks, time, cost and resources.
“We are excited to have Americhem as a customer and look forward to converting the rest of their Notes application portfolio to XPages” says Yuval Shimoni CEO at Effichange LLC, “using the XPager Suite, we are confident that we can deliver quality XPages applications on time and for low cost. I think that XPager is a must have product for customers who are considering or actively engaged in XPages development as well as customers that are migrating away from Notes but still have some Notes applications in use. XPager provides customers with cutting edge web and mobile capabilities and highly usable user interfaces. It significantly lowers the effort, cost and risk associated with XPages development and eliminates the need for migration”.