In the final scenes, it was implied that Alan had been promoted, and Flynn was re-hired to a high-ranking position within ENCOM, possibly replacing Dillinger.
In Tron: Legacy, Alan Bradley is employed at ENCOM, but frustrated with the way it has been run since Kevin Flynn's disappearance in 1989.
Alan takes a backseat afterwards, as all the action moves to the digital world.
He helps out Flynn and Tron by providing them the code to destroy the MCP, before the final confrontation.
It was brutally efficient and planned to expand out into other networks across the globe.Alan tells him about the page and gives him the arcade keys.Alan tells Sam that his father never would have left him.In 1982, Alan Bradley was a young computer programmer dating Lora Baines.Alan and Lora worked for ENCOM, a computer company.After being digitized and transported into cyberspace, Flynn meets Tron (who looks just like Alan) and helps him escape from the game grid, an area of the ENCOM mainframe where prisoners of the MCP are forced to play gladiator games.Tron finally communicates with Alan and receives Alan's code and instructions on how to destroy the MCP.Upset that he cannot access Tron, Alan's girlfriend Lora figures out that her former boyfriend, Flynn, was trying to hack into the mainframe in order to get proof that Ed Dillinger (programmer of the MCP and Senior Executive VP of ENCOM) stole his video games.Shortly after Dillinger's promotion to Senior Exec., Dillinger fired Flynn.After receiving a page from Flynn's now-closed arcade, Alan visits Flynn's son Sam.Alan encourages Sam to become involved in ENCOM, but Sam scoffs.Ma3a used the digitizing laser on Jet, since he would be much more able to help his father and stop FCon from inside.Once again, Alan took a back seat during most of the storyline, only contacting his son to provide pertinent information and move the plot line forward.He wrote a security program called Tron, which was designed to monitor ENCOM's computer network from both external and internal threats.