Mainframe access software

The Washington State Administrative Office of Courts wants to replace its telecommunications access software, a Computer Associations International Inc. product called TPX. The software allows users to access mainframe applications, but some vendors charge the state fees when the courts upgrade equipment, even though usage of the software does not increase. An RFP is expected in the third quarter.


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