Legacy system upgrade
IT systems must evolve along with business development. Outdated platforms and software slow down company processes and seriously reduce its competitiveness on the market.
The problems of outdated platforms and software
- Need for adaptive layout or going to the web
- Inability to implement new features due to flaws in the project architecture
- Low performance
- Failure to meet modern information security standards
Loss of control
- Multiple adjustments by different contractors
- Lack of proper supporting documentation
- Investments in support of outdated technology
How we're going to upgrade your system
Increasing productivity, fault tolerance, security, improving user interface.
Makes the code clear and understandable. Makes it possible to develop the system further without accumulating errors.
Adding and modifying system functionality to meet new business requirements.
Moving accumulated or operational data from the legacy system to the upgraded one.
Integration of the new system into the customer's IT infrastructure.
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Key principles and approaches
Partnership and transparency
Making a successful functional project is difficult. It requires mutual understanding and close working ties between client and developer. We will make sure that all information about the progress of the project is promptly provided - access to the current working version of the project, weekly project status updates, etc.
If an operational flaw is identified that should have been resolved earlier in the process, we will fix it free of charge throughout the entire product lifecycle. Provided that this point is explicitly stated in the project specification, no changes have been made to the project code by anyone but us, and the error is not related to an upgrade of a third-party integrated service.
Short iterations (sprints)
We are in favour of a step-by-step development of the project. This gives the product flexibility, a high rate of change implementation, and the ability to test hypotheses.
Working for a reasonable price
Developing a high-quality, non-typical Internet project requires a lot of work (between 3 and 11 people will be working on your project). If you're afraid of a six-digit estimate, we're probably not right for you. We also don't work for the future profit of the project.