Decommission legacy IT systems efficiently and securely
Has your current IT landscape become a future barrier? Decommissioning legacy systems can be a complex and critical process, but our experienced team will guide you safely and securely through the change. The result is a modern, efficient, and user-friendly infrastructure.
Boosting business goals through system decommissioning
Over time, legacy IT systems become expensive and inefficient, slowing your organisation’s digital development. Taking the decommissioning plunge can feel overwhelming, but with the help of Nexer’s process the transition is smooth. And the benefits are many:
Avoiding the cost of managing and supporting outdated or unused applications – alternatively costs for application duplicates.
Working smarter thanks to modern systems meeting new, dynamic business needs. Also, new applications are easier to maintain and deploy.
Reducing your environmental impact by using less energy and significantly reducing your it carbon footprint.
Minimising the risk of losing data or being exposed to security breaches.
This is how to do it – the 4-step checklist
Slimming down a complex landscape of legacy applications can feel overwhelming. But with the help of Nexer’s experienced team, the transition will be smooth. We guide you through the entire process – from initial analysis to decommissioning and beyond – with minimal impact on your employees’ daily work.
At the same time, we support the equally important cultural change and guide your employees through the entire change. It is only when your people embrace the new way of working that the full potential of the new IT landscape can be realised.
Nexer’s checklist for decommissioning systems:
Tips for smooth system decommissioning
There are certain risks associated with decommissioning legacy systems. Some of the most common risks are data loss and business disruption. To ensure an effective and safe decommissioning, it is therefore important to have a clear mandate from management, to plan the decommissioning carefully, to involve all stakeholders, and to test the process as far as possible.
A sustainable and cost-effective IT landscape
By decommissioning your old or unused systems, the IT landscape becomes more sustainable in several ways. Above all, it reduces carbon dioxide emissions, but system decommissioning also reduces your costs. In addition, the entire infrastructure becomes more efficient and secure, while the organisation receives the data required to comply with the EU’s new sustainability directives.
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