Founded in 1979, Computer Application Services, Inc. (CASI, or CASI Software) is
an enterprise software vendor providing solutions that optimize the ability of customers
to communicate efficiently and effectively over their own intranets or over the
public Internet using their OS/390 and z/OS systems. Working together with our sister
company, LaBayne and Associates, Inc., CASI has been providing tools for over twenty-five
years beginning with one of the first enterprise level e-mail systems, EMS.
CASI's current market emphasis is on the E-Delivery of z/OS and OS/390 print
content. Our JES2Mail™ and JES2FTP™ products
provide our customers with the ability to deliver mainframe report content to their
customers and employees in formats and via mechanisms that make the data easy to
view and utilize. The results can be delivered securely either through, what we
term "push", delivery to the recipient's mailbox or by placing the
file onto an FTP server for eventual "pull" delivery when the viewer is
ready for it by clicking on a link in a web browser. The JES2Mail suite of products
offers flexibility of delivery and format so that our customers can make the choices
most appropriate for their needs.
CASI's Mail2ZOS™ and FTPSweeper™
allow for the delivery of data to the mainframe via either email or FTP. These products
add complementary functionality to the JES2Mail and JES2FTP products.
CASI's newest product, CICS2PDF™,
is a CICS tool for the purpose of dynamically creating secure PDF documents for
CICS applications. CICS2PDF leverages the advanced PDF overlays and scripting capabilities
of our JES2Mail/JES2FTP suite to provide a permanent, portable, secure output solution
using Adobe’s PDF format. CICS2PDF supports Adobe Acrobat™ encryption and compression,
and can create complex PDF pages containing multiple overlays, watermarks, JPEG
and TIFF-F images, annotations, bookmarks and more.
EMS, CASI's CICS-based email product introduced
to the market in 1982, has undergone considerable enhancement and innovation over
the years. It is still in use today by a number of customers - over 25 years since
its initial release. Combined with CASI's array of gateways, EMS has been used to
create inter-enterprise messaging systems of considerable power and sophistication.
Innovations such as its Active E-Forms module have made CASI a leader in providing
mainframe based "email-enabled applications."
CASI's growth has been the result of our commitment to being responsive to the
needs of our customers through regular product enhancements, signiicant innovation,
and first-rate support. CASI is headquartered in Southern California and supports
several hundred customers worldwide from our Fountain Valley, California support
The company is privately held, and entirely self-funded.