DataNovation Ltd. has been contracted to deliver to multi-system decommissioning roadmaps for 2 multinational corporations in the Food & Beverage industries. These roadmaps include mainstream legacy ERP systems
Legacy systems pile up in the back office, choking budgets, limiting innovation and decelerating economic recovery. Systems that retain data can be immobilized by risk of change. As risk restrains progress, obsolescence adds more risk, of failure of the aging systems. This is a paradox of inertia.
Legacy systems pile up in the back office, choking budgets, limiting innovation and decelerating economic recovery. What is the root cause of this inertia? Is it complacency, antipathy, ignorance, fear, or lack of a viable alternative? “Lack of a viable alternative “ encompasses all.
Modernization is not always precise in terms of cost, timeline or delivery. It involves complex interdependencies within the organisation with each stakeholder having different priorities. Building culture around modernization is a foundational component to starting and ending on the right track.
Under the hood of a global company's modern storefront, aging, inefficient systems continue to function that, in a crisis, are locked in while other more important resources are shed. A quick-win decommissioning initiative will help eliminate uneconomical infrastructure and improve economic recovery by converting technical debt into more valluable assets.
When economic upheaval threatens corporate earnings, cost-cutting through layoffs can have long-term impact on the speed of recovery. What can IT do to help preserve human capital throughout the organization?
DataNovation Ltd. has implemented its Business Continuity Incident protocol which allows all our staff to have the resources needed to work remotely.
Reported failure to manage change has landed on the desk of a Canadian Prime Minister who crafted his platform on “innovation”. Systems 60 years old are reaching critical risk with no evident retirement plan.
Application managers are being squeezed on all sides to assess the value, fit and agility of applications against the cost, complexity and risk of change.
'Cloud-first' is a method not a mandate. Why do so many migrations fight for balance, lift-off and then sometimes return to the landing strip for re-evaluation?
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