To whom it may concern
Are you responsible for ensuring that one or more central data processing systems are successfully renewed?
Is it your job to transfer a legacy database to the "new world" in an end-of-life project?
Modernizing applications that have grown over years or even decades with underlying databases is a long-term issue on the agenda of many large organizations.
The desire for modernization is there, but the implementation of such a project is often postponed by many organizations.
The reasons that end-of-life projects are repeatedly delayed include:
- fear of project failure and high costs
- legacy system is not or only insufficiently documented
- required specialists are not available
These are just a few reasons why such migration projects are often delayed. However, the organizations that remain in the "old world" often pay a high price for it:
- Too much effort for maintenance and correspondingly too high operating costs
- critical adjustments (e.g. security, regulations) cannot be implemented or can only be implemented with a delay
- Too long time to market when implementing new business requirements, if they can be implemented at all
The status quo is definitely not fun under these circumstances!
The system must therefore be renewed as soon as possible.
If only such a project were easier to calculate and we had the risks under control ...
With our innovative approach of "code-less data migration including E2E quality assurance", we are taking the scare away from such end-of-life projects.