The Kansas Turnpike Authority (KTA) manages 236 miles of toll road that run through the state of Kansas. KTA has relied on the IBM i system since the 1980s, when it was still called System 38. Over the following decades, they built their business around the platform, including their home-grown application, K-TAG.
Unfortunately, K-TAG's legacy RPG code and green screen interfaces made both training new employees on the application and maintaining it a chore. The IBM i gained a negative reputation amongst end users and business management alike. Would it be possible to modernize K-TAG quickly, with minimal disruption to the business?
In this Case Study, learn how KTA overcame these challenges to deploy a modern K-TAG applicatiion that breathed new life into their interfaces - along with a renewed appreciation for their IBM i - with Profound UI.
Blake Butterworth, Application Development Manager
Kansas Turnpike Authority