Let us bring your business up to speed by replacing outdated legacy systems with state-of-the-art software solutions
Optimizing your business with the most current technology
At Digital Prizm, our world-class engineers are passionate about solving complex problems quickly and effectively. Empowering our customers’ business growth is our number-one priority, and we use bleeding-edge technology to develop world-class software and provide fantastic customer experiences. And what’s more, all of our developers have engineering or computer science degrees from top universities. Credentials like that are rare in this industry.
WHY YOU SHOULD UPGRADE
Drawbacks of Legacy Software
While your company’s existing systems may have served you well in the past, we’d be willing to bet they haven’t grown with you the way you’d hoped. The software that once kept your business running like clockwork is now holding you back.
Like a beat-up old car that lands in the shop every other month, legacy software systems require significant maintenance just to keep them running. At a certain point, the cost (in both money and time) of maintaining the old system starts to outweigh the costs of starting over.
While your old system may have suited your organization’s needs perfectly when it was first installed, as your company has grown, it’s struggled to keep up. Legacy software is seldom built with enough flexibility and configurability to keep up with shifting needs — at least not without heavy investments and plenty of custom coding.
As data security needs have evolved and compliance measures have increased, legacy systems have become more and more risky — increasingly vulnerable to data leaks and security slipups.
Many older software systems are built on technology that is no longer widely used today — and by developers who are no longer in business. As such, businesses often find that, when they do want to integrate their legacy systems with newer components and systems, the old technology is incompatible with the new. The workarounds required to achieve the desired capabilities tend to result in fragile patchwork jobs that aren’t very efficient or resilient.
When legacy systems slow down internal processes, customers start to see delays in front-end interactions — and maybe even errors in fulfillment, communication, or billing. The result is weakened loyalty and negative buzz around your business. And internally, when employees have to spend significant time coaxing the software, they have less time and energy to spend on their “real” work, and they’re less likely to be satisfied in their jobs.
Digital Prizm’s dedicated team of software engineers is well-versed in helping our clients bring their systems up to date by replacing them in a thoughtful, methodical way that’s oriented toward business outcomes, preserves existing data and information, and minimizes blackout time.
You first need to look at how big the gap is between the tasks your system can complete vs what you need to do now and in the future.
You need to consider the software’s real-time capabilities, processing speed, and ability such as mobile devices, or application integration.
Legacy system often have non-existent or insubstantial documentation, no testing, application depending on outdated frameworks, libraries, or technologies and confusing, inconsistent code.
It can be tempting to rebuild the system from the ground up, and while this can be hugely beneficial and result in great gains in ROI, it will also require a substantial upfront investment.
So how do you decide between a partial and complete rebuild? We can take a look at your system and software.
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