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VRTech was founded in 2006 by Yana Riahi and Haim Viner who shared a vision of bringing easy-to-use archiving capabilities to IBM midrange computers. Following its early successes, VRTech has built up an impressive line-up of ready-to-go solutions that add functionality to both the IBM i platform (AS/400, iSeries and System i) and also to IBM z / mainframes.

As of 2017 MNI Services began working to implement VRTech solutions with our client base and continue to work as an authorised reseller in the UK.

To find out more about VRTech read on below, or check out their website here.

VRTech ExcelIt

A centrally controlled Excel spreadsheet for importing and exporting data. Submit spreadsheets for input to any IBM i information system and automatically receive fully formatted Excel spreadsheets to your inbox.

LinkIt Archive

Total document mangement straight from your legacy 5250 screens:

  • Seamless linkage with your existing IT systems
  • Scanning and automatic cataloging of documents
  • Document retrieval and more
  • Archiving either on your IBM Power System server in the IFS, or on your network servers

EasyOutput400

The ultimate IBM i data output product:

  • No coding required
  • Automated and manual creation of emails
  • PDF files and other formats direct from your programs, output queues and files

LinkIt Office

With a single click convert your IBMi screen data to Excel/Word/Email formatting.

LinkIt Integration

Ready-to-go integration software to seamlessly connect web and windows-based applications with IBM Power System and mainframe systems.

Whether you need to access a web based service, or a device connected to your local machine, LinkIt Integration can assist in carrying out the function in conjunction with your existing 5250 screens.

GS Emulation

5250 client emulation without any installation required on your PC. Compatible with tablets and smartphones for mobile access, full secured with advanced features.

The software is installed on a single machine which then acts as a central location to allow users, wherever they are and whatever device they are using, access to the important functions they need to carry out their work.