Today’s choice: modernise or migrate
Since the 1980s, CA Gen has driven application development for large public and private sector organisations. But the technology landscape is changing rapidly and organisations using CA Gen are now faced with a number of challenges, including:
- Competition from emerging digital technologies
- Skills shortage in CA Gen expertise
- Significant licensing costs
As a result, today’s organisations must choose between optimising and modernising their CA Gen environments or migrating to a new platform designed for evolving business needs.
Securing your CA gen vision
In partnership with Jumar Solutions, we have developed REGENERATE, a suite of solutions designed to help you optimise, modernise or migrate your CA Gen environment. It brings together three offers:
- Support: focus on optimisation rather than replacement through proven experience
- Update: upgrade and modernise rapidly and accurately using specialised automation tools
- Migrate: migrate to a more modern and easily accessible environment that guides you along your digital journey
Unrivaled expertise in CA gen automation
We partner with Jumar Solutions, a world leader in automatising CA Gen transformation, modernisation and migration. Together, we decades of experience in helping companies worldwide transform their CA Gen environments while dramatically reducing the effort, cost, time and risk of migration projects.
Capgemini provides IT services for HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC), including development and support for 19 CA Gen systems which process tax, duties and benefits. The CA Gen systems integrate with other technologies on HMRC’s large IT estate and with external systems. Over the last ten years we have re-platformed these systems, and implemented a major CA Gen update affecting in excess of 40,000 users, working with Jumar as a key partner to deliver the modernisation programme. A combination of technology refresh, system enhancements and effective service management has met the performance and SLA targets for the systems, some of which are required to operate on a 24×7 basis.