FRANCESCO BALENA ON VB MIGRATION

 

VB Migration Partner speaks Japanese

clock April 24, 2009 07:51

You can find Code Architects and VB Migration Partner mentioned in the VB Migration Center section, on Microsoft Japan's MSDN web site.

From there you can find links to our Japanese home page and to translated portions of our documentation.

 



[USER COMMENT] VB Migration Partner is the most productive migration software on the market

clock April 17, 2009 08:22

We just received this comment from a customer:

An initial migration compared migration tools from six vendors. It showed superior results for VB Migration Partner from Code Architects, which delivered fewer compilation and runtime errors than all its competitors. Its migration pragmas and the convert-test-fix methodology proved to be powerful and flexible enough to handle a large VB6 application (950K lines of code) with ease, the documentation is excellent, and Code Architects’ tech support has always been very responsive.

Dr. Otto J. Wiegele, CEO, SIS Datenverarbeitung GmbH

The boldface is mine, as I wanted to emphasize that our customer selected our VB Migration Partner after comparing as many as SIX competing products. They told us that they selected our software because it was twice as productive than the second item in the list.

'nuff said!





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