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The term “migration”, at a macro level, refers to the transformation of technology capability from older or proprietary systems to newer, more versatile, feature-rich and cost-effective applications and operating systems. In addition to cost savings, migration results in improved interoperability, reliability and manageability which eventually results in staying competitive. Examples of migration include, but are not limited to, the following:
  • The migration of common off-the-shelf (COTS) software from one platform to a larger or smaller similar platform
  • The migration of data from one database to another, possibly similar data storage technology
  • The migration of a custom-written application from one platform to a different platform and operating environment

We categorize migration under two broad categories:
  • Infrastructure Migration
  • Application Migration

General Challenges

  • Gaps in people and process mapping, technology and benefit assumptions, stakeholder management
  • Unexpected or extended downtime
  • Schedule and/or Budget overruns
  • Backward compatibility, technology interoperability

What we provide:

Based on the TOGAF framework, best practices, applying practical approach and sensitivity to business continuity, we have developed a repeatable and systematic methodology offering end-to-end migration services. We assume presence of business case, risk log and a project start up plan. Our services include:
  • Mapping Business process, people and stake holder impacted due to the migration
  • Undertake end-to-end migration from with least disruption to the business continuity
  • Refronting, Replacing, Rehosting, Rearchitecting, Retirement
  • Data Migration, Transformation and Archival

Business value:

  • Stay competitive
  • Reduce cost of running older and fragmented technology
  • Reduce risk of running business of unsupported technology