TDS Achieves TransitionManager Patent 

Westborough, MA – (December 6, 2023) TDS is excited to announce it has received patent approval for its proprietary system and methodology, designed for evaluating and managing changes in computer systems during the transition from one hardware configuration to another through automated migration. The patented process developed by TDS for TransitionManager streamlines and automates the evaluation and implementation of computer system changes during migration and modernization of the IT estate.

TDS leverages its deep expertise to continually innovate and incorporate proven technologies into TransitionManager, resulting in an industry-leading platform for migration and modernization that is relied on by hundreds of customers and partners.

Craig Macfarlane, CTO at TDS says, “I am thrilled to receive this patent. TDS is committed to advancing technology in computer system transitions and management. The patent formally recognizes TDS’s unique and experienced approach in helping customers to overcome the challenges of transitioning and modernizing their IT estate.”

TDS patent US011816499B2 covers methodologies for evaluating IT asset changes, sequencing and automation, the use of domain-specific language, activity generation and testing procedures for handling “what-if” scenarios IT teams are likely to encounter such as disaster recovery. For more information on the patent, visit

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About TDS

TransitionManager from TDS ( orchestrates complex IT transformation programs for global enterprises and government entities. With a track record of migrating over 1.5 million workloads and more than 400,000 applications, TransitionManager delivers outstanding results, reflected in an impressive NPS score of 86. Acknowledged by industry analysts, used by Fortune 500 companies, and endorsed by leading technology services firms, TransitionManager software sets the benchmark for expediting and coordinating complex workloads.

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