TCS Launches MasterCraft TransformPlus v4.0

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According to a new press release, “Tata Consultancy Services, a leading global IT services, consulting, and business solutions organization, announced the release of TCS MasterCraft™ TransformPlus 4.0, a major upgrade of the product, with new cognitive features for analysis and modernization of legacy applications. The new release will help enterprises embarking on digital transformation journeys further reduce the risk of business disruption and ensure high quality outcomes. TCS MasterCraft TransformPlus is an intelligent automation product for end-to-end enterprise application modernization, supporting a wide range of programming languages in the market, from legacy to modern technologies. Capabilities include code analysis, business rules extraction and documentation, requirements modeling, specification-driven generation of code, microservices and configuration scripts, application cloud migration and enterprise data migration. TransformPlus has analyzed more than 1 billion lines of legacy code so far, extracted business rules, and documented them for business reference and decision-making.”

The release goes on, “TransformPlus v4.0 is further enriched with cognitive features that automate the creation of functional specification documentation and extraction of business rules and data lineage. TransformPlus’ patented analysis engines and transformation workbenches help organizations assess their current applications, understand the magnitude of change required for modernization, analyze the impact of the change, and take informed decisions. ‘Our research suggests 75% of enterprises plan to proactively invest in modernizing their systems,’ said Yugal Joshi, Vice President, Everest Group. ‘Enterprises seek solutions to automate and industrialize the processes to extract business rules, data, and functionalities from legacy systems not only to improve time-to-market, but also to increase business confidence in modernization initiatives’.”

Read more at PR Newswire.

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