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Can modernizing legacy systems streamline banks’ business strategies?

Can modernizing legacy systems streamline banks’ business strategies?

Legacy systems handle mission-critical functions in organizations of all sizes in every industry. They live on for a variety of reasons, but overwhelmingly their continued existence boils down to the belief that replacing them with modern tools would cause more disruption and incur more cost than it would be worth. The assumption in that calculation is that someday the cost of the legacy tool[…]

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10 Reasons to Consider App Modernization in 2019

10 Reasons to Consider App Modernization in 2019

Application modernization is a big trend, and an increasing number of organizations are coming to recognize the benefits they can receive from modernizing their legacy tools. Here are 10 reasons why app modernization is a hit in 2019:

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How RPA helps businesses manage their workforce

How RPA helps businesses manage their workforce

Robotic Process Automation, or RPA, isn’t just a process efficiency tool for organizations. It also provides real value in helping businesses manage their workforce during challenging times for talent acquisition and retention.

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Digital transformation driving modernization of back-end legacy system

Digital transformation driving modernization of back-end legacy system

Legacy systems lurk in the back rooms and overlooked crannies of many organizations, consuming an outsized portion of IT resources for maintenance and upkeep as technology passes them by. But while many of these applications have survived through a combination of neglect, opportunity cost and avoidance, many are finally facing modernization thanks to the pressures of broader digital enterprise[…]

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What skills do developers need for building integration in 2019?

What skills do developers need for building integration in 2019?

Technology’s frequently changing nature leads to constant updates in the way things work. However, it also moves slow enough that developers need to keep up on “older” skills to be able to compete. An average developer probably won’t have to work with punch card readers, but they could still be using coding that’s 20 or 30 years’ old throughout the course of a standard day.

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