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'''Disclaimer:''' ''listing a business here does not mean that the Python Software Foundation is endorsing it. This list is not an endorsement.'' '''Disclaimer:''' ''This page, like the rest of the Wiki, is user-contributed content; being listed here does not imply any sort of endorsement by the Python Software Foundation.''
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* [[https://abilian.com/fr/services/migration/|Abilian (France)]]  * [[https://abilian.com/fr/services/migration/|Abilian (France)]]
 * [[https://www.activestate.com/products/activepython/python-2-7/|ActiveState]]
 * [[http://python.axant.it/|AXANT]] (Italy)
 * [[https://www.level12.io/blog/why-we-use-python-in-a-single-tweet/|Level 12]]: providing 2 -> 3 migration, but not long term Python 2 support
 * [[https://www.python-academy.com/consulting/python_migration_2_to_3.html|Python Academy]] (Germany)
 * [[https://reckondigital.com/|Reckon Digital]] (United Kingdom)
 * [[https://www.revsys.com/services/python/|REVSYS]]
 * [[https://sixfeetup.com/|Six Feet Up]]
 * [[https://snake.dev/|Snakedev]]
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* [[https://www.activestate.com/products/activepython/python-2-7/|ActiveState]] Some of the consulants listed at PythonConsulting may also be able to help, but if they're not listed here you'll have to ask them.
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* [[http://python.axant.it/|AXANT]] (Italy)

* [[https://www.level12.io/blog/why-we-use-python-in-a-single-tweet/|Level 12]]: providing 2 -> 3 migration, but not long term Python 2 support

* [[https://www.python-academy.com/consulting/python_migration_2_to_3.html|Python Academy]] (Germany)

* [[https://reckondigital.com/|Reckon Digital]] (United Kingdom)

* [[https://www.revsys.com/services/python/|REVSYS]]

* [[https://sixfeetup.com/|Six Feet Up]]

* [[https://snake.dev/|Snakedev]]

A list of vendors, in alphabetical order, who provide services supporting Python 2 codebases or migrating from Python 2 to Python 3.

Disclaimer: This page, like the rest of the Wiki, is user-contributed content; being listed here does not imply any sort of endorsement by the Python Software Foundation.

Some of the consulants listed at PythonConsulting may also be able to help, but if they're not listed here you'll have to ask them.


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