Modernizing your applications for greater business agility

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Across every industry, companies are transforming to adapt and succeed in today’s fast-paced and increasingly digital world. In this environment, IT plays a critical role. Transforming to an adaptive, agile business that can succeed in the digital era means changing your approach to the applications at the core of your business.

Application modernization is the process of aligning legacy software to your current business needs, whether that means refactoring, rearchitecting, or replacing. It minimizes your in-house server footprint and the costs that come with it. Even more importantly, it allows for greater agility and scalability so you can embrace Monday’s idea as Friday’s reality.

But how do you modernize your applications for maximum value? Application modernization isn’t just about technical upgrades. It includes a transformation of everything that surrounds those applications – from processes to tooling to organizational structure. To achieve maximum value, any application-modernization initiative should include a consideration of architecture, technology, and organization.

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