This may not be a vendor list but it is an option. The links point to articles in IBM i EXTRA about Open Access RPG

http://cl.exct.net/?ju=fe3410717664027f771578&ls=fdbd15747c65027e711778776d&m=ff5c13747d&l=fe5215787d6c0c787315&s=fdf715767761077e7411757c&jb=ffcf14&t=

http://cl.exct.net/?ju=fe3b10717664027f771670&ls=fdbd15747c65027e711778776d&m=ff5c13747d&l=fe5215787d6c0c787315&s=fdf715767761077e7411757c&jb=ffcf14&t=


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From: MIDRANGE-L [mailto:midrange-l-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxxx] On Behalf Of Zak Metz
Sent: Wednesday, December 10, 2014 12:59 PM
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Subject: Web facing/modernization options

I admit I'm trying to avoid doing extensive research, but here I am asking if anyone would be so kind as to give me a list of vendors offering options for web facing or modernization of legacy applications. I manage a boatload of code that basically presents classic green-screen user interfaces for users to setup jobs within our software. I'll be happy to research from there, but could really use a place to start looking to figure out what we can do to get away from green screens and let customers setup their jobs on a Windows machine. Your valuable time is appreciated.

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Zak Metz, Principal Software Engineer, Agile Coach Pitney Bowes Software
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507-210-3242 | www.pb.com<http://www.pb.com/> zak.metz@xxxxxx<mailto:zak.metz@xxxxxx>

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