Yonder will host a series of videos on modernizing your legacy software. In the first of the series, Daniel Lar and Mihai Buhai discuss the business and operational aspect of software modernizations. In future talks, Daniel sits down with Remus Pereni to go into the technical aspects of modernizations.
Many software product companies have legacy software, full of domain data and business logic, yet quickly becoming outdated in the way that their users want to work with the software. Quite often these solutions were built when there was only one way to host them: on-premise. Now there are multiple infrastructure solutions giving users much more flexibility in where, how, and when they want to use the software. And providing companies new business models to run their businesses. The new infrastructures also open the doors to new types of releases, frequent and less intrusive, which means another step in becoming more user-friendly and thus gaining higher customer satisfaction. And this again leads to another change, the architecture of the solution. These days all new software products are developed with changing environments in mind: new devices, rapid changes, and new distribution models. Whereas the older, rock solid and therefore quite immovable solutions, were not designed to be agile and flexible.
So what can you do when you are considering modernizing your software? Here are some Yonder tips that we learned from the modernization engagements we have done for our customers.
So watch Daniel and Mihai discuss ‘Modernizations’ in our Yonder Talks video. In the future, we will also look at the technical aspects of modernizations. If you have questions, are considering a modernization, want to discuss the subject further, or would like to get in touch with us, please click the button and leave us a message.