Our Mission

We provide software development, maintenance, support, deliverables and solutions to our clients. Our initial focus was to identify clients who currently use COBOL and assist with their deployment of new releases. Our focus today is supporting our clients with their complete software landscape.   Learn more »


Cobol Cowboys, based in North Texas, was established to further preserve the client’s investment in their software landscape, including COBOL and newer technologies. We offer full-time and part-time consultants working remotely with the client’s staff; and if requested, an onsite trip for upfront discovery. Call or send a meeting invitation for an introduction to Cobol Cowboys and consulting services we provide to our clients.

Our Cowboys

We are committed to meeting our client’s software objectives with over 600 experienced professionals who deliver quality services at a sustainable cost to extend our client’s investment in COBOL and other software environments (including recent software languages).

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A Vision for You

You have a vision for your company’s legacy COBOL systems now, and in the future, to meet your current and anticipated requirements.

Is your current COBOL staffing keeping up with your vision?

To stay competitive in today’s fast-paced business world, it’s crucial to plan for your technical and staffing requirements to not only keep pace with your vision; but to also enhance your business growth driven by your legacy COBOL systems.

Don’t let a lack of COBOL resources within your organization undermine your success!

  • The Language of Business

    COBOL supports close to 90% of Fortune 500 business systems today.

  • COBOL is Alive and Well

    COBOL is 65% of active code used today; and runs 85% of all business transactions.

  • Unrivaled Performance

    800 billion lines of COBOL code are still in use today by various industries, around the world, according to market research.

  • Staying Power

    71% of universities surveyed are convinced that companies will rely on COBOL for the next decade and more.