Supporting legacy software has many challenges. Every day that goes by increases security and compatibility issues that make your systems more vulnerable. Add to that the growing difficulty retaining key staff with the necessary tribal knowledge to keep critical applications running. It’s no wonder legacy support is a major headache for most organizations.
adj & noun, software that has been superseded but is difficult to replace because of its wide use.
By its very definition legacy software serves a valuable purpose. It's an asset. An aging one, to be sure, but not one to treat with a cavalier “rip and replace” approach. That’s because, for most organizations, the greatest challenges are operational, not technological. Designing the right business processes and aligning resources, both human and technology, are critical for a successful modernization effort.
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