PITSS is the leader in Oracle Forms modernization. We specialize in digital transformation for legacy Oracle systems.
PITSS is a growing provider of Oracle Forms modernization and digital transformation solutions for legacy systems based in Detroit, Michigan. We take your investments in legacy systems including Oracle Forms, Oracle Reports, ADF, APEX, and more. Then, we bring them into the modern world. Breakaway leaders are already overcoming challenges and outgrowing their competition in every industry. We help you break away by studying exactly how the data in your systems are used.
First, PITSS creates a 360 degree view of your legacy systems and extracts the most important processes and data. Then, we build a user experience that meets your critical business needs. As a result of our tools and expertise, we give our customers complete insight into their legacy systems. Thus, preserving your company’s investments and helping you take advantage of modern technologies.
Our Oracle Forms Modernization Process
Utilize our process to save your organization time and money. Whether you’re looking to build an entirely new enterprise application or modernize your legacy Oracle Forms-based applications, we work to provide the most cost-effective and efficient strategy.
Tuesday, April 24th | Wednesday, April 25th Creating Service Layers to Leverage Legacy Applications Tuesday, Apr 24, 2018 | 9:45am - 10:45am | Banyan F Service layers can be used by a variety of user interfaces. They allow greater flexibility, scalability, and access...
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