Move RPG and COBOL Projects Forward Quicker: Get More Time To Do More Development
What Fresche View can help you to achieve:
Make code changes with confidence
Achieve better development, faster testing and greatly reduced risk through a deep understanding of the impact across all your IBM i applications, including any downstream consequences of the code changes you want to make.
Move projects forward quicker
Estimate IT project resource requirements more accurately. Fresche View highlights cascading effects of change plus where to focus testing efforts by showing the objects impacted by a change.
Get new developers up to speed faster
New developers can understand RPG and COBOL applications faster so they can contribute quicker and work autonomously. Developers can quickly explore and navigate applications graphically at a high level with the ability to drill up or down.
IBM i (AS400, iSeries, System i) applications are often large and complex, so when you are making changes to your applications, just how confident are you that nothing will go wrong with the code changes you make?
And, if you have new developers starting in your organisation, just how long does it take for them to get up to speed so you are comfortable with them making code or database changes?
Fresche View is a new way to get in-depth understanding your IBM i applications so you can move development projects forward faster and onboard new developers more quickly. With Fresche View your developers get a complete 360-degree view of your IBM i environment with automated, graphical documentation and impact analysis. As a result, your developers can spend less time maintaining your existing applications and more time actually developing.
Fresche View is fully integrated with RDi and helps you and your developers to fully understand your application code, data models and the possible impact of any changes to your system before any development work is done. Your developers will have insight into the applications and data which significantly reduces the time and effort required to modify, maintain and test applications on the IBM i.