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Legacy Migration and Mainframe Technologies

A legacy modernisation strategy involves upgrading or improving a company's existing digital platform by using modern technologies that support future digital initiatives.

The performance of legacy systems becomes degraded over time, leading to errors, bugs, and critical issues that can affect your revenue. To gain a competitive edge, you need to replace old systems with digital ones. Using updated technologies and software, the legacy transformation builds a powerful platform by merging old business applications with new technologies.

What's driving modernisation?

One of the driving forces behind application modernisation is the need for flexible and agile IT integration that aligns with business needs. The legacy applications built on mainframes are typically incompatible with the flexible open-system platforms of today. Outdated technology limits organisations' ability to meet critical business needs and capture future growth opportunities.

Modernising legacy applications can help companies realise 15 to 35 percent infrastructure year-over-year savings and 30 to 50 percent lower application maintenance and run costs.

It's all about your digital transformation. Choose the pace that works for you.

From quick-win innovation to long-term modernisation.

You have invested a lot of resources and time into building out your core technology stack, but you can't abandon this investment all at once since you need to be nimble in a changing environment. You can take an incremental approach to digital transformation by extending existing systems with new and intuitive front ends, refactoring your portfolio into interoperable systems, or rebuilding existing systems to create purpose-built apps. Each of these techniques will craft a digital transformation strategy unique to your organization, striking a balance between innovation and foundational, long-term modernisation.

3 key principles for a successful Application Modernisation

Direction to determine application modernisation.

Develop the right strategy and modernisation path.
  • The first step is to look at your entire IT landscape to determine
    what needs to be modernised and what approach is required.
    To maximise the value of investments, we must understand
    how people and processes need to be transformed along
    with the technology. This can be accomplished by adopting
    an agile DevOps methodology.
Assessment and discovery
  • The assessment will help you gain a deeper
    understanding of your current application
    landscape and provide crucial information
    for developing a modernisation roadmap
    and business case.
Building the roadmap
  • By evaluating timelines, costs, and findings of
    the assessment and discovery process, the
    roadmap helps prioritise initiatives such as
    cloud transformation, modernisation, automation,
    and DevOps.
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