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Infinite Announces Free GUI for IBM I (AS/400) ISV’s

Infinite Corporation, a global Software and Services Provider has announced today that it will offer its Infinite Cloud GUI and web deployment tool to AS/400 ISV’s at no charge.

The Free for ISV Program for Infinite’s Infinite Cloud product comes after a very successful launch of Infinite’s Infinite I migration toolset last year wherein the same program successfully gained thousands of new ISV customers. 

The new program allows AS/400 ISV’s a free development system that will transform their green screens to GUI, and web deploy them using standard 5250 data streams from the AS/400. This toolset is amazingly easy to use and the screens are very fast to render.  The technology is based on a high level of simplicity, which is responsible for for its speed. 

After the ISV has deployed its new graphical point and click screens at no charge, they can begin deploying them in a new version of their software that is cloud deployable, and of course, graphical.  The license fees that would be charged for those deployments are free for the first six months and are on an unlimited basis.  Future subscriptions fees are based on user sessions.

This program is designed to make GUI available to all AS/400 ISVs without an expensive up-front investment. We believe that there are large numbers of AS/400 ISVs around the world that find existing GUI products tool expensive, too slow to render, and too difficult to implement.  We have resolved all three of these problems. 

Infinite Cloud can render thousands of AS/400 green screens graphically at one time.  Once rendered, the results are beautiful point and click screens that are web deployed and in Java.  Each of those screens can be integrated with other Java screens and use any third party Eclipse plug-ins to enhance the application.

To learn more about the Free for ISV program or to see a demonstration of Infinite Cloud, please contact us at

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