Many in-house and legacy applications are critical to the day-to-day operations of a business. Written in anything from old programming languages like FORTRAN to modern languages like Python and R, in-house code can be difficult for an organization to deploy to modern desktops. The cost of adding a Graphical User Interface is often prohibitively expensive, and requires specialized software developers and IT resources not necessarily available.
EASA overcomes these problems by enabling non-programmers to create modern, web-enabled applications to drive legacy software.
“EASA makes our valuable in-house software more accessible to new users. We have created many EASA applications without any programming, in a fraction of the time that would have been required using a conventional language.”
Denny Hayek, Process Engineering Manager, Monsanto
EASA applications are:
- Easily used by others people who may do not have experience with the underlying codes
- Version controlled
- Secure – your underlying intellectual property cannot be reverse-engineered
- Access-controlled to specific users or groups (whether internal or external to your organization)
- 100% reliable in operation across the network, regardless of local infrastructure
- Accessible by any device, including mobile, without the need to have the underlying software locally installed
- Automatically documented with a complete audit trail of users’ results
- Collaborative – a central repository of results enables users to share work easily
- Process centric – one seamless app can drive multiple tools in a workflow or process