Services -Application Development and Management
Legacy Modernization is the process of re-evaluating and transforming your legacy processes and applications to reduce IT environment complexity and costs, increase data consistency, obtain a competitive edge, promote collaboration across platforms, and increase process flexibility. Modernization often refers to changing, rewriting, or porting parts/entire systems to modern tools, platforms, libraries, or languages. Legacy systems might impede company efforts and operations if not completed on time. At Inaho, we understand that continuity is essential to your business. We have a platform-driven approach that enables your journey to digital transformation.
Challenges in using
As business requirements change over time, legacy systems developed in the past might not be able to satisfy the present demands.
Outdated systems often lack official support from the company initially created them and often becomes an easy target for security attacks.
Conflict with New Technology
Most legacy systems have planned to be stand-alone, making integration with other software challenging. There is a significant impact on one’s firm’s agility and scalability.
Lack of Data Insights
Legacy systems often create data silos in the organization. It would prevent the organization from getting insight across various departments.
Legacy modernization assures that systems are up to date with the latest technologies, allowing integration to be seamless.
Provides the highest quality of security for the business by protecting the organization from modern-day cyber threats and attacks.
Reduce operational and maintenance costs through automation and eliminate the need for expensive developers to upkeep an outdated system.
Enhanced Business Flexibility
Modern systems enable organizations to serve their customers better and produce the best and most automated products and services possible.
Improved Team Performance
With a modernized system, tasks are automated which allows employees to be more efficient and productive in other areas of the business.
Wrap into API
Extend the application features by making them available as services via an API thereby enabling integration.
Migrate the infrastructure (physical, virtual, or cloud) without modifying its code, features, or functions.
Migrate to a new runtime platform with minimal changes to code structure, features, or functions.
Migrate to a new application architecture (e.g., Monolith to Microservices) for better performance and scalability.
Redesign or rewrite the application component from scratch while preserving its scope and specifications.
Build as New
Start a fresh application considering new requirements and needs at the same time.