Planning an Approach to Modernize CA Gen Applications
In a typical legacy modernization project, the scope is often determined by the existing systems. In QAT Global’s experience, we’ve learned that to deliver real business value, legacy modernization projects must take a more comprehensive view of the project’s scope and objectives.
Legacy modernization planning is the most important phase of every modernization project. The establishment of full governance during the planning stage should involve all the stakeholders to ensure short and long term goals are in balance, as well as business and IT requirements.
QAT Global’s approach to planning to modernize CA Gen applications takes into account business drivers, application portfolio objectives, strategic and project goals, and monetary impact to deliver modernization plans that address short-term priorities while working toward long-term goals. Our approach is designed to deliver an improved application portfolio that enables continuous business improvements and the agility to respond quickly to change.
In executing this strategy, we address the organization’s immediate needs while delivering the modernized strategic architecture. Our modernization planning process is a key phase in an agile, full lifecycle process where each phase provides the required understanding to scope the next phases and control, coordinate, and manage them.