Welcome!

We are an independent software vendor (ISV); we develop and market

META-TOOLS FOR AUTOMATING SOFTWARE ENGINEERING

…and we provide training and consulting in their use.




NOTE —

Our name has changed from

Pennington Systems Incorporated

to

XTRAN, LLC





What is XTRAN?

XTRAN is a software meta-tool we have developed that marries compiler and expert system technologies to provide the rule-driven automation of software engineering tasks involving a wide variety of computer languages, using a rules language that can be learned by any senior software engineer.

XTRAN provides automation, through the creation of rules, of virtually any software engineering task to the greatest possible extent:

This includes automating every aspect of every software engineering project and process, including major undertakings.  Examples include the following; click on each one for more information.

We back up this claim with many XTRAN examples.


How can XTRAN benefit you?

XTRAN's benefits apply to any organization with responsibility for a significant amount of code.  To find out how, please review the following common benefits:

Then select the one that best describes you:


Why XTRAN, LLC?

Whether you want to document, analyze, standardize, improve, or re-engineer your code, or need to change programming languages, computer hardware, operating systems, or APIs, our software and services can help you.  Put our 45+ years of creating sophisticated, high-quality software to work for you!


Questions?  Comments?

If you have questions or comments about XTRAN, us, or this Web site, please contact us.




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Partners and Affiliations


Dell Consultant Network
Dell Consultant Network
Encompass
HP User Group — Member
ForensicProtection.com
Partner

Fujitsu Alliance Program
Partner
IBM
PartnerWorld™ — Member
iCMG's Architects Corner
Architects Corner™ —
Designated Architecture Expert

IMS EliteXpert(TM)
IMS ExpertServices™ —
Designated EliteXpert
Intel Software Partner
Software Partner
Micro Focus MTC
Member

Microsoft Developer Network
Microsoft Developer Network — Member
Novell PartnerNet
PartnerNet member
Oracle
Member

  Red Hat
Partner
 



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