Legacy applications form the backbone of many enterprises. Yet, they are holding organizations back from leveraging new digital technologies – such as cloud, IoT, and mobile – which are required to create modern experiences for customers and partners. To address these challenges, IT teams need a way to both rapidly connect legacy systems to modern applications, and do so while minimizing disruption to these systems. The objective is to maintain an agile IT infrastructure that can evolve and scale with the changing digital environment. So, when old methods are failing to be productive solutions, it’s time to look at other modernization approaches that drives value.
Download this guide to learn:
- New digital trends that disrupting the business landscape at an exponential rate and forcing the pace of modernization.
- The common myths surrounding modernization projects that will help IT leaders shake off their concerns and identify the resources they need to update legacy applications while balancing risk, cost, flexibility, and speed.
- A three stage framework that strategically evaluates business applications, maximizes existing investments and bridges technical as well as functional gaps.
- Why application modernization failed in the past and when the low-code approach is suitable?