Why Modernize Legacy Applications?
If your organization relies on legacy systems, it’s time to consider application modernization. Here are some reasons why PITSS is the perfect partner for your application modernization project.
Our expertise and knowledgeble team saves your organization development time on legacy application modernization projects of any size.
Attempting your own internal legacy modernization can add up. Ultimately, your organization could end up spending much more than you planned.
Don’t risk your customer and data integrity. We upgrade aging systems to adhere to modern security and infrastructure best practices and preventing critical data loss, security issues, backdoor vulnerabilities, and lost revenue from crashed systems.
PITSS semi-automatically extracts the important business logic and moves it to the database, so it can be reused in the new version of the legacy application. This provides huge time savings as we limit the amount of code that needs to be rewritten.
Our team is comprised of architects, and software engineers with years of application modernization expertise. They’ll help your organization find the right fit for your new application and ensure that project risks are mitigated.
Why Focus on Application Modernization?
When you modernize your legacy systems and applications, you can improve your organization’s flexibility, revenue, and market opportunity. Upgrading, migrating, and modernizing legacy applications can minimize risks and promote growth. A legacy system relies on older processes, hardware, or software, and is likely static or difficult to integrate with modern software. Some examples of industries with crucial legacy systems that require application modernization are financial services, education, government, healthcare, retail, manufacturing, and more. Our legacy application modernization solutions help these industries adapt, grow, change, and thrive.
What is Legacy Application Modernization?
Legacy application modernization can often be large, multi-year projects. Because these legacy systems can be critical to the enterprise operations, deploying a modernized system all at one time can be a big risk. As a result, legacy modernization projects are rolled out incrementally by each legacy application. The percentage of legacy code decreases as each piece is implemented, shoring up the organization’s technical debt. Eventually, the legacy system is totally modernized.
Legacy Application Modernization is Driven by Business Needs
Enterprises can’t risk falling behind. It’s important that organizations take steps to implement application modernization or risk becoming a digital dinosaur. Businesses need to align their goals and act now to transform outdated legacy applications into mobile, cloud, and digital solution. With one investment, your legacy application modernization project can begin driving revenue, improve workflows, and reduce risks.
How to Get Started with Legacy Application Modernization
The successful roll-out of a legacy application modernization project starts by understanding your organization’s goals. Once you align your business and IT goals, you can begin to understand how you want your legacy application to function, work, look, and integrate with other systems. A major key to a successful legacy application modernization is a roadmap. Clearly pinpoint each step of the development process and head off potential problems along the way.