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With ACMS, businesses can shrink development time for their applications, streamline application maintenance, and lower the cost per transaction. Applications can be configured for distribution over many systems, providing a flexible response to changes in business conditions. The open-ended OpenVMS architecture and networking allow for growth without disruption of services.

ACMS is a proven Transaction Processing (TP) Monitor for OpenVMS VAX, Alpha, and Integrity that:

  • provides cost and time benefits based on the industry-leading price/performance of Alpha systems
  • integrates with DEC C, COBOL, FORTRAN, and Pascal
  • integrates with TP Desktop Connector and DECforms
  • allows use of non-standard terminals and I/O
  • operates in the VMS cluster environment for high availability
  • supports modular development and implementation

Typical ACMS applications

ACMS applications

Typical ACMS applications include:

  • Order entry, processing, and tracking
  • Customer service
  • Service order processing
  • Claims processing
  • On-line billing/accounting
  • Shop floor control.
  • List management
  • Inventory control
  • Scheduling and reservations (equipment and people)
  • Human resources
  • Cash and credit card transactions

See the Quick facts page for more details about its features, benefits, and system requirements.