Legacy app re-engineering
Legacy app modernisation is the process of
rebuilding changing outdated fixing old
apps to work in modern work environments
If the applications that are essential to your business were written years ago, they may not have been able to adapt to your business growth and technological changes. The cost of maintaining them increases whilst performance degrades, knowledge around them is lost and security, especially secure web access, becomes a growing concern.
We assess your apps to determine where we can apply tactical fixes and where rebuilds are required. Our troubleshooting abilities are the best in IT – we’ve never failed to get to the root of why something isn’t working and even provide code fixes to other software development partners.
Reduce operating costs and improve business agility
Let us limit unnecessary operating costs – reducing capital spending. We make your legacy systems more agile using specialised skills and industrialised assets.
We recognise that you cannot immediately chance legacy apps, however, we can reduce your costs, increase your business agility, improve your security and most importantly improve your customer experience.
We’ve helped organisations in a multitude of ways:
- Recreating the business requirements of what apps are doing from the code to better understand the complexity of the app.
- Rewriting apps onto a modern platform to reduce cost by 30% whilst providing future-ready capabilities.
- Rescuing failed projects to reset and deliver apps whilst implementing future-ready AI and machine learning capabilities.
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