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Posted Oct 7, 2004

CodeFutures Cuts Software Development Costs By At Least 30% With Java Code Generator

By DatabaseJournal.com Staff

[From Code Futures Software, Ltd.]

[Denver, CO, October 7, 2004] CodeFutures' Java code generator, FireStorm/DAO, makes Java software developers more productive by generating the business logic for accessing relational databases. The result is lower development costs due to much less hand coding, fewer bugs and therefore less testing, and lower ongoing maintenance costs because there is less hand written code to maintain.

CodeFutures surveyed its customers to determine the cost savings achieved by generating rather than manually writing Java code. Dan Froelich, CodeFutures Vice President of Sales, reveals the survey results: "Every customer had a different story because every project is different, but estimates of time savings on enterprise projects were never less than 30%. Labor costs are usually the primary costs in a development project, so a 30% saving in developer time means a 30% saving in project costs. The cost savings can be much more - up to 70% if the project has a very large database."

The article continues at http://www.codefutures.com/company/press/2004/10/5/



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