As your business keeps growing, new challenges and demands arise, pushing the limits of what your old software can handle. But that outdated code base contains years of hard-earned wisdom, and that poorly-performing database is probably full of valuable data.
Solutions for modernizing legacy software are as diverse as the business goals that need to be achieved. Converting a monolithic application to a microservices architecture can greatly improve maintainability and operations reliability. Technology stack migrations can mitigate the scarcity of talent with certain skill sets. Or it may be as simple as refactoring certain components to greatly improve the performance of your whole system.
Either way, a rewrite-then-switch approach would create unacceptable risks of project failure and business disruption. Instead, we plan and execute a gradual transformation where new and old work together, methodically shifting the balance until the modernization is complete. This provides safety and stability during the conversion, as your software becomes more and more reliable after each step of the migration.
Realign your legacy software with your business needs and goals:
We are no fans of big software rewrites. They require large upfront commitments and can easily go off the rails, leaving you with even bigger messes to clean up. Instead, we put you in control with a gradual transformation process that doesn't interrupt your business and lets you reap the benefits of a modern system early on:
If your custom legacy software became unstable or turned into a security risk, waiting for months or years to have it rewritten from scratch exposes your business to disruptions and loss of data. Our team will help you quickly secure and fix most urgent aspects of your application while keeping your old systems working.
When we structure modernization into a series of smaller projects, we avoid hidden costs of major software overhauls. Undocumented features, obscure dependencies and high cost of employee retraining are just a few reasons why from-scratch rewrites can spin out of control. A divide-and-conquer approach lowers the risk of schedule and budget overruns.
A gradual system transformation helps you focus on modernizing features that bring value to those who need it most. Incremental modernization also gives your employees time to adapt to changes without loss of productivity, and creates opportunities to absorb feedback and an improved customer experience overall.
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