Advancing technology and evolving business scenarios call for migration of legacy software systems to new technology environments required to cater the extension of the business requirements. Organizations are saddled with software systems developed years ago with older technologies and stubborn architecture. Preserving the business logic, rules, practices and workings of the old system, the development team at SoftAMIS puts the latest technology to use to migrate to new platforms. This also involves migration of database system and language change from one platform to another.

SoftAMIS offers a full range of re-engineering services for legacy systems including platforms porting, language migration, and end-to-end system redevelopment. SoftAMIS can analyze your legacy application and propose a cost-effective, re-design/enhancement that will enable you to meet your business needs with a cutting-edge technology.

SoftAMIS is experienced in re-working inefficient applications and offers to take on your existing application and enable it to satisfy 100% of your current requirements. It is not a problem for us if your system is built on old technologies or has important performance drawbacks. Your savings will result from prolonging the life of your IT investments, decrease service requirements, and optimize costs, as the work will be carried out offshore.

Our re-engineering methods can provide migration from one environment to another, reverse engineering, or application re-hosting. Expansion challenges are fully addressed while preserving long-established business practices that are built into the old system.

At SoftAMIS we follow a systematic methodological approach that is a blend of engineering and re-engineering to ensure a successful migration. There is no 'One Method Fits All' approach but there are some generic procedures irrespective of the type of application. The initial procedure is to carry out in-depth examination of the existing application and identifying the key areas. Based on the identification of the key areas a solution architecture is framed which defines the high level technology requirements for the migration process, fragments of the application that require engineering from scratch, fragments that can be re-engineered or complete re-engineering or engineering of the application. In case of a scenario where the roadmap defines both engineering and re-engineering we typically build prototypes and experiment with the architectures, implementations, and deployment/support aspects of an application to gain insights into its feasibility.