Legacy Systems Support

Legacy systems are high maintenance and may involve intricate patching and modifications. Porting techniques are often used for software adjustments or adaptation. Older hardware may require added compatibility layers to facilitate device functionality in incompatible environments.

An organization might continue to use legacy systems for a wide range of reasons, such as the following:

  • "If it ain't broke, don't fix it!" The system might work adequately.
  • The system is complex, and documentation is poor. Simply defining scope can be difficult.
  • A redesign is costly, due to complexity or monolithic architecture.

As challenging as ramping up your new technologies can be, ramping down your legacy system can be equally challenging. Synerjix IT specialists can help you successfully bridge the gap between systems, facilitating a smooth transition with no interruption to your operations or other scheduled objectives.

Synerjix legacy systems expertise resides in the following areas:

  • Informix 4GL, Informix ESQL/C on UNIX
  • IBM Mainframe, AS/400, COBOL, IMS, DB2