With its broad programming language coverage and lightning-fast delivery times, AveriSource’s automated application documentation services are the best choice for large, complex applications. The AveriSource iSAT provides actionable intelligence on legacy applications in a well-organized, scalable, interactive repository of source code documentation and technical analysis tools.

iSAT Dashboard


  • Browser-Based – unlimited seats, delivered in cloud or on premises
  • Business Relevance – connect business processes to source code
  • Visualization – trace processes through the application environment
  • Exporting and Reporting – export to Excel, Visio and HTML

Language Coverage

  • IBM COBOL, VAX COBOL, Micro Focus COBOL, AS/400 COBOL, Unisys COBOL, Fujitsu COBOL, Tandem COBOL, etc.
  • ADABAS/Natural, PL/I, RPG, Assembler, Model 204
  • JCL, CICS, BMS, MFS, AS/400 CL
  • IMS, DB2, VSAM
  • SAS, Easytrieve, PL/SQL, T/SQL
  • C, C++, C#, Java, VB, VB.NET, PowerBuilder


Answers fundamental questions about source code such as size, use of third party applications, and details on any missing components.


Provides an understanding of the application's technical make-up. Includes verb and statement details, code anomalies, comments and industry-standard complexity metrics.


Delivers in-depth information at the program level, including flow charts, data dictionary, screen renders, and dead and redundant code.

Data Lineage

Connects data sources to JCL streams and CICS transactions and the programs that use the data sources, as well as ties data operations to the data structures and variables that use the data.

Impact Analysis

Allows users to gauge the impact of code modifications and develop more efficient modernization strategies with reports for files, variables and modules.

Application Maps

See the reach of program clusters and connect entry point programs and jobs to business processes. Reports include application processes, clusters, program links and all connectivity between components.

Business Rules

Active and relevant rules are extracted across the overall execution environment. Reports include control flow diagrams, routine flows, rule trees and detailed business rules reports with categorized, weighted business rules.