Modernizing
Legacy Applications

72® Services

The Software Renovators

Does your competition have an advantage because their systems are more modern?

Outdated software solutions impede your business’ success. You need sufficient functionality, mobility, and agility. Your technology and business goals have to be aligned. A streamlined application environment can help you save resources and remain competitive.

ren•o•vate

(rĕn′ə-vāt′)
  • To return to a condition of newness, as by repairing or remodeling.
  • To impart new vigor to; revive.

Let us redefine
the way you work

We know what you’re thinking - renovating your legacy systems would involve high costs and scheduling challenges.

The good news is that we can tailor a solution for you, and it only requires some planning and the courage to make the change. Let us help you. We will integrate your existing infrastructure with modern solutions for high-value outcomes.

We address your highest Concerns and provide you with

Security

Security & Speed

Mobile

Mobile Accessibility & Responsiveness

Costs

Low Maintenance Costs

Integration

Rich Integration

About

The Company

72® Services GmbH was established in 2009 by Simon Martinelli. We help small, medium, and large businesses in such diverse fields as wholesale, retail, manufacturing, education and government with the renovation of their legacy IT systems. The results are modern systems and applications that use cutting-edge developments in software architecture and system design.

Simon Martinelli
Software Development is my Passion
Simon Martinelli
Programming Architect

Simon Martinelli is a passionate and top-performing IT Professional who is a Java EE, performance optimization and application integration expert credited with cutting-edge developments in software architecture and system design.

He is a dynamic, innovative leader with more than 25 years of experience creating efficient programming solutions as a developer, architect, and technical lead. An active member of the Java community process, he has made key contributions to JSR-352 Batch Applications, JSR-354 Money, and Currency API.

Simon Martinelli has been an Adjunct Professor at Berne University of Applied Science in Switzerland since 2007 and is teaching architecture and design of distributed systems, Microservices, Spring Framework and Spring Boot, object-relational mapping with Hibernate, DevOps, and persistence technologies in Bachelor of Science and continuing education courses.

For more information, check out his LinkedIn profile and follow him on Twitter.

Upcoming Talks and Conferences

We are proud to announce that our owner Simon Martinelli will be speaking at the following conferences:

JCON 2021
October 7, 2021

You may not need JavaScript @ JCON 2021

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Baselone 2021
October 21, 2021

Single Page Applications ohne REST API @ BaselOne

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