AdventureTech Gets On the MAP
July 10, 2007 Alex Woodie
AdventureTech Group, a developer of Web-enablement and communications software for the System i server, has joined Microsoft‘s Midrange Alliance Program (MAP), the software company announced recently.
Kansas City, Missouri-based AdventureTech has been attracting attention of late with iSafari, a collection of sockets-based tools for transforming green-screen 5250 applications into more modern-looking Web interfaces. The company has close to two dozen iSafari customers, including some government agencies in the Midwest, which are loathe to waste money.
Now, as a member of Microsoft’s MAP, AdventureTech will gain access to the marketing might of the world’s largest software company.
“AdventureTech is excited by the opportunities the MAP will create to increase the awareness of the benefits to integrate these two technologies [System i and Windows] as a cost-effective and low-risk alternative to replacing or redeveloping applications,” says Doug McDaniel, president of AdventureTech.