A national bank took the strategic decision to migrate from CA Gen to COBOL within the coming years and commissioned an initial project phase with a local System Integrator (SI) who enlisted Jumar’s help to bolster its CA Gen skills and leverage Jumar’s unique automated CA Gen model analysis and migration tooling.
The State of New Mexico Human Services Department provides services to more than 800,000 State residents. Jumar worked with the department to enable it to upgrade its CA Gen application system (and supporting environments), which is used by the State to manage various child support functions.
Jumar has been the key technology partner of Shipowners’ for more than 5 years and has been instrumental in driving the delivery of Shipowners’ new policy management platform, supporting its global network of members and brokers.
An international finance organisation wanted to migrate its CA Gen estate to COBOL, so that it could be subsequently maintained by an outsourced development partner. The drive behind this migration was to: reduce dependence on declining skills base, mitigate the risk of increased costs and standardise technology.
The Shipowners’ Club has been protecting small ship operators for over 160 years. As market leaders they insure over 33,000 small and specialist vessels, entered through a global distribution network of nearly 700 brokers.
A global financial investment company needed a Document Management Solution that would: allow for auditing, be easy to manage, meet new compliance regulations, integrate with their ERP system and have low overheads. Working with stakeholders, Jumar's lead SharePoint architect delivered this system.
Jumar managed the smooth transition from DTMR’s in-house team to the outsourced ‘follow-the-sun’ solution. With high-quality CA Gen resources in both Australia and the UK, DTMR was able to exploit the time zone differences, as its support team adopted a 24-hour approach.