Application Modernization Services
What we do in terms of re-engineering
Restoring / elaboration of documentation
Extension of system capabilities
Integration of modernized application into IT infrastructure
Migration of languages, databases, platforms
Reengineering by adoption of Service Oriented architecture
Replacement of legacy app with off-the-shelf software
Why Do I Need to Modernize My Software?
Top 8 indicators of when it’s time for modernization
The software does the job, but users complain about the interface, spend too much time doing trivial things, or cannot locate features.
Performance is unacceptably slow
The software is functional, but as the number of users grew, or the database became bigger, it started to work unacceptably slowly.
The software is mostly working, but there are bugs the previous team cannot fix.
The software is a self-made prototype. Now you need a “professional” version.
Not finalized project
The software is partially functional. The team who started on it is unable to continue, or you have decided to replace them.
Old version of CMS
The software is built on the older version of the CMS. A user wants to benefit from the new features, but custom modules are written in such a way that they cannot be upgraded easily.
New features are needed
The software is working fine, but needs new features added and the previous team is not available.
The software is outdated and needs drastic improvement in a situation where you can’t simply replace it with new software.
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Important Facts About Software Modernizaton
What you need to know before you start re-engineering
Milestones in Modernizing Legacy Software
Important steps we take:
The first and most distinct part of the job is analysis. It is common for the customer to be unaware of the true state of the project, in the belief that only a couple of things need fixing. Therefore, we can test the system against stated requirements and offer a Business Analysis. The deliverables are:
- functional specification
- technical specification
- test plan
- test report
On completion of the analysis phase, we are ready to come up with a project proposal and estimate the work that has to be done. The project proposal includes:
- project assumptions
- project team
- detailed project estimate
- hourly rates of specialists
In most cases we will offer the Agile development approach based on SCRUM methodology. Development typically runs 30% over the time estimated due to code issues. Depending on the project, typical changes include:
- User interface transformation
- Code refactoring
- Extension of capabilities.
Quality Assurance and Support
Besides standard quality assurance procedures, our team works at integrating modernized applications into your IT infrastructure, and documents everything in sufficient detail and in an easily accessible form for developers and other stakeholders.
- project Quality Assurance
- solution testing
- project documentation
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