So, what made similar “miracles” possible? Application modernization. At an industrial level, the application modernization process is defined as the refactoring, repurposing, or consolidation of legacy software and aligning it to address current business needs.
It’s no wonder why application modernization is in such great need. Modernizing and updating current processes and procedures creates advantages in both efficiency and productivity. It also ensures security while keeping a business, brand, or product relevant. In many competitive industries, application modernization is the only way to ensure future success – especially in the tech industry.
A Step-by-Step Process
To start the Application Modernization process, each concern of a specific case is expressed and understood. Next, teams work on identifying areas for improvement. These areas usually range from errors or delays to eliminating certain aspects. These potential problems are thoroughly discussed and organized, and then the right strategies are mapped out to meet the needs of the client.
Meanwhile, a risk assessment is conducted for every proposed change and those solutions are implemented.
A well-conducted application modernization lifecycle also includes post upgrade check-ups. Critical support services, application management, ongoing QA support, monitoring, and control services/deployment are all essential lifecycle components.