Phased exit strategy
Most of the world’s major businesses run on mainframes. Yet these machines are often unsuited to the digital age. Your mainframe architecture probably represents years of technology layered on one another.
A monolithic, complex mainframe structure has many shortcomings, is costly to maintain and makes you less responsive to new opportunities.
While many organisations are opening up to new, collaborative business models, their legacy applications and back-end systems remain unchanged.
To fully leverage openness, these systems need to change.
Although mainframes environments vary, all organisations with legacy technology can adopt a phased exit strategy based on the following ‘Strategic Evolution Criteria’.
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Strategic Evolution Criteria
Although mainframes environments vary, all organisations with legacy technology can adopt a phased exit strategy based on the ‘Strategic Evolution Criteria’.