Organizations have invested tremendous amount of energy in mainframes, created at a time when technology requirements were starkly different from today. Organizations now require a strategy to renew and optimize these systems, reduce costs and open up to new experiences. All this and more can be achieved in a non-disruptive way, without the need for a full scale migration.
Today, every business wants to digitize their operations and embrace lucrative opportunities in the digital marketplace. For many enterprises, this means providing open application program interfaces (APIs) as well as an omni-channel customer experience. To do this, they must first renew their core mainframes to enable APIs.
To achieve business agility, enterprises must be able to access information either in real-time or just-in-time. When it comes to batch processing, workloads must be executed at high speed to ensure efficient business operations.
Enterprises that want to differentiate themselves in today’s digital economy must be flexible and scalable to adapt to dynamic demand across all digital channels. However, migrating legacy mainframes can be risky and costly as these applications contain a large amount of undocumented business logic.
Infosys leverages a proven factory model that helps enterprises re-host mainframes to achieve speed-to-value and economies-of-scale.
Enterprises today want to adopt next-generation architecture such as cloud, mobility and DevOps to increase revenue through analytics-driven insights on campaign results, reduce time-to-market by simplifying process complexity and increase business agility through new business models. However, to do this, they must first migrate existing technologies and functionalities - and this is where legacy systems can play the spoiler.
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