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GT Software

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6255 Barfield Road NE, Suite 200
Atlanta, GA 30328
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Products by GT Software
  • NetCOBOL for .NET

    Created specifically for the Microsoft .NET Framework, NetCOBOL® for .NET provides the features you require in a .NET COBOL compiler and is the core product round which the other Alchemy Solutions Neo tools are built. NetCOBOL for .NET sets the standard for COBOL compiler reliability and is a... Read more
  • NeoKicks

    NeoKicks enables the migration of mainframe CICS applications to the .NET Framework maintaining program code and structure. By bringing your CICS applications fully into the .NET world, NeoKicks can completely change your perspective on your CICS programs. Rather than seeing them as limited by... Read more
  • NeoBatch

    By providing an environment for managing and executing JCL in the Windows/.NET environment, NeoBatch® makes it possible to migrate mainframe batch jobs to a more economic yet higher performing platform. This move can bring significant savings to IT budgets, free up mainframe MIPS for other... Read more