In an era where technology evolves unprecedentedly, staying ahead means embracing change. Transitioning from outdated technologies to cutting-edge solutions is not just an upgrade—it’s a strategic move towards efficiency, security, and competitive advantage. We have specialised competence in guiding businesses through migrating from legacy systems to modern, scalable architectures.
Legacy Application Migration: Many companies find themselves tethered to ageing applications that, while critical to their operations, hinder their growth and adaptability. We offer a comprehensive migration strategy that revitalizes these applications, transitioning them to modern platforms without disrupting your business processes. For instance, a legacy CRM system running on outdated infrastructure can be transformed into a cloud-based solution, offering enhanced flexibility, better integration capabilities, and improved user experience.
Framework and Library Upgrades: Technologies that, once powered innovation, can quickly become liabilities if not updated. A prime example is the migration from AngularJS to the latest version of Angular. Many companies are stuck with AngularJS, which is no longer supported. Many applications that were developed some time ago do not work well in a mobile environment, and making them work for all kinds of devices is often easier if a framework such as Angular, React, or Vue is used. Applications can then be made responsive, meaning they will change the layout depending on which device they are used from.
Reducing the cost of upgrading
The cost of upgrading is often high. However, Gislen Software has its development centre in India. Thanks to solid competence in migration, this can be a much less costly experience than doing it in Europe. This transition is a complete overhaul that improves performance, mobile support, and a more intuitive development environment. By upgrading, businesses can leverage the full potential of Angular’s robust ecosystem. This includes advanced features like dynamic loading, improved modularity, and enhanced security measures.