About

eCube Systems offers a family of enterprise evolution products and services that maximize return on technology investment by leveraging existing technical equity to meet evolving business needs.  Fortune 1000 companies turn to eCube Systems to reduce risk, extend ROI, and increase productivity as they consolidate legacy capabilities and evolve legacy systems to contemporary technology platforms, such as .NET/WCF and SOAP.

History
eCube Systems was founded in 2002 by former employees of Borland Software Corporation and the Open Environment Corporation.  While helping firms leverage legacy systems, the founders identified the need for a new company that would focus on helping companies maximize the return on their technology investments and ease the modernization of legacy systems to contemporary technologies.  eCube has special expertise in CORBA, Entera/RPC-style middleware and other legacy middleware technology platforms.

Today

Since its founding, eCube has helped its customers modernize the development process, extend the life of valuable business logic, simplify application management and, most recently, enable SOA/REST Security, governance and federation with Sentinet.  eCube partners with leading technology companies, including HP (with a focus on HP OpenVMS), Microsoft (targeting WCF and .NET integration) and IBM Mid-range operating systems.  Additionally, eCube has cultivated a close relationship with Borland/Micro Focus in the area of distributed middleware.  As a Borland/Micro Focus technology partner, eCube delivers consulting services and technology products to meet the rigorous technical requirements of CORBA users around the world.

Future
As new technologies are created by vendors and accepted by IT organizations, pressures grow on the viability and maintainability of older technologies and applications built on them.  eCube continues to extend the life cycle of valuable enterprise applications by supporting and evolving legacy custom applications and their underlying technologies to operate in contemporary environments.

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