Throughout many years, LADPC developed an integrative information system to manage local municipality authorities, starting with the billing systems, HR, salary, finance, "resident file" and linkage to the central authority, and more.
"Completing this highly complex modernization project, like many others we are conducting, to the full satisfaction of LADPC is another great example of the high proficiency of our people and our solutions" said Yaron Tchwella, CEO, BluePhoenix Solutions.
Israel Local Authorities Data Processing Center (LADPC) was established in 1968 by the Ministry of Interior and the Union of Local Authorities.
Using BluePhoenix's custom automated tools and proven methodology, LADPC will migrate its ADABAS database to both Oracle database and Microsoft SQL Server, and convert Natural programs to Java/J2EE.
LADPC decided to perform this migration project as part of their larger plan to standardize their in-house IT architecture, some of which has been in use for nearly three decades.
"In this project LADPC leverages our ability to provide a wide range of automated legacy modernization technologies including platform, database and language migrations," said Arik Kilman, CEO for BluePhoenix.