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Legacy Application Modernisation — How Mature Is Your Approach?

Discover your level of modernisation maturity by taking our “Legacy Application Modernisation — How Mature Is Your Approach?” assessment.

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Modernising legacy systems the right way

Assess your level of legacy modernisation maturity

So, you’ve embarked on your legacy modernisation journey, but things aren’t going as smoothly as you’d hoped? What now?

An important aspect that can help you gauge the maturity of your efforts lies in the reasoning behind why you chose to modernise your legacy systems in the first place. Initially, it may not be obvious, but the entire process and its success can vary depending on what drove you to make the decision to modernise.

Cloud migration and other means of modernisation

While having the right motive is crucial, the key also lies in ensuring your operational efforts are effective and efficient.

Have you considered all of the possible means by which you could modernise your systems? Perhaps being eager to get started, you jumped into your legacy system modernisation a bit too quickly, overlooking certain seemingly less significant steps. It’s not too late to take a step back and re-assess your process. There are many roads to a successful legacy modernisation.

Download our free, interactive assessment to make sure you’ve ticked all the right boxes.

“Legacy Application Modernisation — How Mature Is Your Approach?”

What’s inside?

1. The Checklist — Assess Your Level of Legacy Modernisation Maturity

This section includes a comprehensive checklist that will allow you to assess the maturity level of your legacy system modernisation. Find out why it’s important to have the right motive for cloud migration and modernisation as well as which of the most crucial operational factors you should consider before getting started.

2. Legacy Modernisation Maturity — Self-Assessment Results

This section comprises specific recommendations tailored to your maturity score. Your legacy and cloud modernisation needs will differ depending on where you are on your journey. As such, this section serves to provide you with custom recommendations on how you could increase the maturity level of your legacy modernisation. Discover what type of considerations (e.g. diversification, implementing a FinOps culture, cloud adoption, etc.,) could help you further optimise your efforts.

3. Mature Modernisation — What Does It Take?

In the assessment’s final section, you’ll find a handful of practical insights on legacy modernisation best practices. Whereas it’s not necessary to employ cloud services and migrate to the cloud when modernising your legacy systems, the choice to do so is quite popular amongst industry leaders and many of our clients. Learn why the cloud is often a natural choice for organisations looking to modernise their systems, and what you should pay attention to in order to ensure a seamless and mature transition.


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