Software Modernization

Retain and extend the value of the legacy investment through Modernization

Software Modernization

We help modernize your IT infrastructure.

As the world continues to digitize, legacy of enterprise software needs to be transformed or modernized to keep up with user expectations. Legacy Modernization pertains to a solution that adapts to the on-demand needs of business According to industry estimates, most of the business critical applications for not only midsize companies, but also many Fortune 500 corporations run on legacy systems, due to the system’s excellent performance and stability

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What's driving modernization

And organizations that successfully transition from legacy to modernized infrastructure technologies should greatly increased in annual revenue. These organization are also better poised to take advantage of the next phase of technology evolution. Assuming that there's one general driver of use modernization, it's the requirement for the adaptability and deftness needed to coordinate IT advancements in a manner that aligns with business demands. Mainframe-based legacy applications typically are incompatible with today’s flexible open-system platforms. As a result, organizations that use outmoded technology are often limited in addressing critical business needs, as well as seizing opportunities for future growth.

Other drivers include:

  • High cost of maintaining legacy applications, systems, and infrastructure
  • Shortage of employees skilled in legacy languages like Basics and perl
  • Workers who expect on-the-job technologies will be equal to—or better than—what they have at home and in their pockets

Our software modernization management approach

  • Analysis the existing portfolio
  • Identify stakeholders
  • Understand the requirements
  • Create the Business Case
  • Understand the system to be modernized
  • Understand and evaluate target technology
  • Define modernization strategy
  • Reconcile strategy with stakeholder needs
  • Estimate resources
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