Help Your Business (& yourself) with Application Modernization
It’s that time of year again – when our thoughts turn to the holidays and year-end business gets wrapped up. As we turn the page on the calendar and begin planning for the forthcoming year – many of us will make New Year’s resolutions – and the majority of us will fail to keep them. So, this year, let’s make one we can keep that will benefit both our business and ourselves by making our jobs a bit (and potentially a lot) easier – Application Modernization.
Applications crucial to the smooth operation of an organization’s business processes may be modified and updated with current technology to function more efficiently, effectively and at great cost savings. “Modernization” of these applications also enables firms to extend the life of integrated systems and avoid technical obsolescence. Legacy Application Modernization solutions give companies the advantage of continuing to leverage current data and enhancing business processes by integrating the latest technology into their existing architecture.
Companies and executives throughout a wide variety of industries have chosen to modernize their legacy systems to keep their IT infrastructure performing at its peak to meet today’s business challenges. Organizations in the banking, government, healthcare, financial services and manufacturing sectors, among others, have modernized their systems and today leverage more efficient and effective IT infrastructure and processes.
Modernization solutions provide for the extension of legacy applications and the integration of new technologies in the areas of:
- Dataflow – enhancing the processing and delivery of reports and information
- Gateway Development – integrating legacy systems with other platforms
- Business Intelligence – converting raw data into crucial decision-supporting knowledge
Model-driven architecture (MDA) is an innovative approach that provides for dynamic and efficient software application creation and development – without tedious coding. Modernization efforts utilizing this technology realize accelerated development and testing cycles due to the building block nature of MDA. Generated code using this method is automatically structured and tested to conform to the standards of respected committees including OMG, SOA Consortium and the Eclipse Foundation.
For over thirty years, we’ve been helping companies keep their mission-critical applications running smoothly, and we’re proud to say that many of our clients have been with us since the beginning. From all of us here at TIC – to all of our wonderful clients and partners – we thank you! Happy New Year!
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