We help define and implement innovative solutions that extend the life of legacy applications, turn around non-performing systems and migrate programs with old languages or obsolete platforms to fresh, sustainable solutions. You need to revitalize your current information technology environment so your business operates more efficiently while demonstrating the flexibility needed to adapt to a dynamic market. In a modernized infrastructure, your systems and business processes work synergistically, improving productivity while mitigating risk. You get a more responsive architecture that allows applications to evolve as your business needs change, resulting in a faster time to market and a lower cost of ownership through long-term reductions in application maintenance costs.

Application Transformation Experience

Businesses and public sector organizations alike are being challenged to reduce IT spending, to spend more in IT on innovation and new initiatives, and to be more responsive and agile. Achieving all of these goals is a challenge, and may be impossible without modernizing your applications portfolio. The cost of doing nothing may be surprisingly high. Significant outcomes can be realized through an applications transformation journey.

The TechPerspect Applications Transformation Experience demonstrates our approach to modernization by taking you through seven critical stages, plus two additional start and finish stages, where we examine the capabilities and assets that are essential to the successful transformation of your application portfolio.

The following stages define the transformation experience:

  • Setting the scene—Determine what do you need to modernize your applications and why.
  • Modernization strategies—Select appropriate modernization strategies for every application.
  • Datacenter transformation—Discuss how you can adopt adaptive infrastructure principles, based on a maturity model.
  • People—Review program management, change management, and the transformation potential for best shoring.
  • Architecture—Review IT strategy and architecture, industry frameworks, and reference architecture frameworks, such as Agile Application Architecture and RightStep.
  • Technology—Identify software and hardware technologies that are specifically suited for modernizing legacy systems.
  • Application life cycle—Through testing and quality and performance management, determine plan for ensuring application quality while implementing incremental updates.
  • Business outcomes—Review the relevant business drivers and benefits for your organization.
  • Building the road map—Use what was learned in the previous stages to prioritize steps toward modernization and identify the time frame in which they can be addressed.