Raft International has announced that its component based financial software solutions will be migrated to the Microsoft.Net platform.
The UK-based software house says the switch will improve interoperability with other systems and expand delivery channel availability.
Asim Shah, Raft’s chief technology officer explains: "Microsoft.Net represents a major breakthrough for component-based solutions, facilitating reuse and interoperability across platforms in a manner never previously possible."
He says the company is now engaged in migrating from its present Microsoft DNA architecture to .Net and expects to engage existing customers in a beta migration programme in Q4 2001.
Raft says it will release its .Net Component Inventory simultaneously with Microsoft’s full production release of Microsoft.Net currently scheduled for late Q4 2001.