While there is an inexorable advancement in innovation and development of systems to further better how we live and do business, there are still traditionalists who prefer to make use of systems that many would consider to be outdated and quite behind. We have learned that in doing good business, one must always consider all avenues and not disregard any that may still yield a sizeable revenue, and legacy systems happen to be among them.

While we keep abreast in the latest in technology and familiarise ourselves to better utilise and deal with it, we also happen to have experts who have mastered quite a good amount of technology that may be considered as legacy, and we are therefore also able to offer our services in their maintenance and support. We don’t overlook this because a lot of the developments today originated from legacy systems, and it is known that the best way to deal with an issue is to understand its origins, hence our practice.


Legacy systems still have a place even with tons of updated software readily available on the web. They offer some advantages while others are simply just still superior to their modern counterparts.

Little do others know,  shifting into a newer architecture or infrastructure can be more expensive than simply continuously upgrading or customizing your current system. It also avoids the problems of data loss which can be damaging to your reputation. Project failures also have a high chance of occurring during large-scale system replacements.


There are also two groups of people that will be heavily affected by a legacy system change: your customers and your own team. Customers often do not like change because they have to re-learn new steps and it can be very disorienting. There will be a disconnect between the user experience and your new system.

Your employees can also find it difficult adjusting to a new system. Some features may be missing or misunderstood. This is because most of the new features are incorporated with the old ones which can be confusing.


For businesses that still use legacy systems to avoid such mishaps, we are here for you. Our developers have extensive knowledge on legacy systems which means that they can still help maintain them or even continuously update them to more stable versions.


Let us help you maintain your legacy system. Do not let your customer and business data go to waste because of a failed attempt to move to a new system. We can also help you decide whether you need to keep legacy systems or shift into a new one.

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