Mainframe software directory - H&M Systems Software

Return to software directory index

H&M Systems Software Mainframe Software

KEYFAST
Category:
CICS
With KEYFAST non-programmers create data entry forms and edit checks in a matter of minutes. The system includes all usual editing capabilities of dedicated hardware solutions. In addition, KEYFAST can validate user input against master files and databases. Catching incorrect data at the time of input reduces the amount of time spent on error-corrections and re-runs. Many customers decide not to key-verify selected fields after they passed the extensive KEYFAST edit checks.Output data is formatted by KEYFAST identical to the records created with legacy systems.Applications can gradually be converted to KEYFAST without relying on mainframe programmers. One main advantage of KEYFAST is its incredible speed and ease of use. Any person familiar with a mainframe terminal or PC can input data into KEYFAST. You may decide to involve certain end-users during peak periods, and have them input their own data after giving them only a brief introduction.

Megapacker
Category:
CICS
Megapacker manages, compresses and partially eliminates terminal and host-bound CICS datastreams without loss of information. The results are rapid response times (even at peak-load), increased bandwidth available for network expansions, reduced per-unit line costs and flicker-free screen updates.

MFAST/ES
Category:
CICS
MFAST/ES allows users the rapid, interactive design of CICS maps and mapsets without knowledge of BMS macros. Newly created screens are available for immediate testing and subsequent embedding in Assembler, Cobol and PL/1 application programs.

SoftQuery
Category:
CICS
SoftQuery allows query and update of CICS defined files without programming or defining CICS program and transaction tables.

SoftScript
Category:
CICS
SoftScript brings word processing capabilities to all users in a CICS network, with the ability to tightly integrate with existing legacy applications and databases.

Return to software directory index