Application Modernization

Application Modernization

Transforming today's applications for tomorrow's success.

Our Application Modernization Practice applies the process of updating and transforming existing software applications to make them more efficient, scalable, and user-friendly using new technologies. It includes the following components:

Modernize to optimize: transform your applications to unlock their full potential.

Overall, a strong Application Modernization Practice Capability is essential for organizations to stay competitive, improve business efficiency, and meet customer expectations in today’s dynamic business environment.

  1. Assessment: The capability to assess the existing applications and identify the areas that require modernization, including technical debt, outdated architecture, and functionality gaps.
  2. Planning: The capability to develop a comprehensive modernization plan that includes a roadmap, budget, and timeline for upgrading or replacing the legacy applications.
  3. Architecture: The capability to design the application architecture that is compatible with modern technology stacks and platforms, and enables scalability, flexibility, and interoperability.
  4. Development: The capability to develop modernized applications using agile methodologies, cloud-native architectures, and microservices-based design.
  5. Testing: The capability to perform comprehensive testing of modernized applications, including functional testing, performance testing, and security testing.
  6. Deployment: The capability to deploy modernized applications on the cloud or on-premises infrastructure, while ensuring continuous integration and delivery.
  7. Integration: The capability to integrate modernized applications with other applications and systems within the organization, including legacy systems and third-party applications.
  8. Security: The capability to ensure that modernized applications comply with industry-standard security protocols, and are protected against cyber threats and data breaches.