Profound Logic Software to Announce Profound UI 5.0 at COMMON 2014 Conference in Orlando, FL PDF Print E-mail
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Tuesday, 29 April 2014 10:54

Profound Logic Software, the leader in IBM i modernization software, will announce the release of Profound UI version 5.0 at next week’s COMMON 2014 Annual Conference and Exposition in Orlando, Florida. Profound Logic will offer live product demonstrations at Booth #400 in the expo hall.

Profound UI 5.0 is developed with Profound Logic’s philosophy of flexible, open and easy-to-use modernization tools foremost in mind. In addition to Profound UI’s traditional support for RPG Open Access and Rich Display Files, the solution will:

- Streamline the support for green screen display files alongside Rich UI displays with RPG Open Access

- Offer support for stateless application and SEO-friendly website development

- Open RPG development to various technologies, such as AJAX, XML and dozens of UI frameworks


“Today’s businesses may use IBM i in a number of ways, and in endless combinations with other technologies,” explains Profound Logic’s CEO Alex Roytman. “For instance, many of our customers continue to use green screen applications alongside those with Rich UIs. They are also developing Rich interfaces for stateless, searchable applications, and working with a variety of development languages and frameworks, such as Sencha and Dojo. The capabilities in Profound UI 5.0 go beyond traditional IBM i modernization and development to support these projects.”

The Profound Logic team will demonstrate Profound UI 5.0 and answer questions about the latest version at Booth #400 in the exposition hall at the convention. Visitors to the booth will also have the opportunity to meet Profound Logic’s IBM Champions Brian May and Scott Klement; enter to win a Kindle Paperwhite tablet; and play “5250 Breakers”, a retro-style brick breaking game, for fun and prizes.

COMMON attendees can also sit in on any of the many sessions led by Profound Logic’s IBM I evangelists throughout the conference. Sessions include:


Alex Roytman

OPEN LAB: RPG Open Access and Profound UI (570230)

Getting a Handle on RPG Open Access (590351)

Perform Modernization Magic with Profound UI and RPG Open Access (560412)

IT Executive Conference, Vendor Panel Discussion - Modernization (Application), Tuesday, May 6, 10:15-11:45


Brian May

Modernizing Your File I/O with Data Structures (560475)

Open Access as first step to MVC Architecture (580625)

Moving to HTML5 (590350)


Scott Klement

Working with JSON in RPG (580634)

A Pattern for Reusable RPG Code (550062)

Accessing the Integrated File System (IFS) from RPG IV (403547)

RPG User Defined Functions & Table Functions (560163)


For a complete list of sessions and more information about the COMMON 2014 Annual Meeting

and IT Executive Conference, please visit

Profound Logic Software, Inc.
About the Author:

At Profound Logic Software, our mission is to provide innovative, comprehensive and native solutions for IBM i application development and modernization. For over 15 years, we've helped companies around the world breathe new life into their RPG applications with modern interfaces, deployed mobile applications, and extended the lifespan of their IBM i systems.

Our focus on innovation resulted in the first browser-based visual designer for RPG application development and the most mature handler available for RPG Open Access - the feature that makes truly modern RPG applications possible. We employ the most talented developers in the industry to meet the unique modernization needs of businesses running on the IBM i.

Profound Logic has offices in Ohio, California, and Mississippi, in addition to partners located around the world. Learn more about our products and services at or contact us at 877-224-7768.

To find out more about Profound Logic Software, Inc. and its products see their listings in the MC Showcase Buyer's Guide

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