Legacy System Modernization

The ever-changing business environment inspires companies to reconsider the ways that they communicate with clients and operate with data. Tried and trusted software tools that have been in place for decades sooner or later become obsolete. To keep abreast with the times it is necessary to upgrade, port or replace your legacy systems.

Key reasons for software modernization
Ishikawa diagram
Modernization
Loss of competitiveness
Failure to meet security
requirements
Insufficient
performance
Growing operating costs
Mandatory use of obsolete and
inefficient technologies
Ineffective staff training
programs
Scalability issues
Rigid software architecture
obstructing fast changes
Need for a
mobile app or
web access
Loss of control
Overlapping improvements
added as quick patches
Missing or low quality
documentation
What we offer
Legacy System Modernization
System extension
Implementation of new functionality within the system, refreshing its look and feel.
Legacy System Modernization
Full upgrade
A completely reengineered solution based on new platforms and technologies.
Legacy System Modernization
Code refactoring
Streamlining of the system source code, readying it for future improvements.
Legacy System Modernization
Performance improvements
Improved user experience through faster backend and client apps featuring optimized UI.
Legacy System Modernization
Data migration
Smooth migration of operational data from the old to the new system.
Legacy System Modernization
System integration
To connect the system with all relevant services in the up-to-date environment.
Platform migration for a decision support system
  • 50x performance increase on large models compared to the original application.
  • Significant increase in rendering speed and GUI performance due to the optimization of the visualization component.
  • The renovated system is now multiplatform having been ported Eclipse RCP.
Refactoring of a railway ticketing system
  • Long-standing problem of user orders freezing due to incorrect transaction status has been resolved.
  • Load balancing between the server instances was implemented with the help of reverse proxies.
  • The code has been refactored; in particular, the duplication of data processing between the client and the backend module was eliminated, thus making the system easier to maintain and extend.
Technical debt is bad in that it accumulates and interest must be paid. To pay interest means to maintain sub-optimal code at extra cost. For example, let’s say a piece of code was created by copy-paste and not as a base class or a separate entity. In the future, when requirements change, you will have to change the code in several places, spending more time on it and increasing the likelihood of errors. Accumulated technical debt over time is able to kill the development completely.
Management system for a yacht port moved from desktop to web
  • Several desktop applications each addressing a separate business task have been replaced with a single web-based solution encompassing the functionality of the original tools and extending upon it.
  • The system can be fully configured and administered over the web.
  • A number of 3rd party data services have been connected.
  • A mobile client provides fast access to the main system features.
  • Being a cloud-based solution, the system is highly scalable, allowing the connection of several managing companies servicing different ports.
2003
2020
70% of our clients return with new projects
17 years
on custom software development market
120+
developers with experience across multiple industries
460+
successful projects for clients around the world
Let’s see how we can make your business stronger