Legacy System Integration

Definition & Overview

Legacy System Integration involves connecting and modernizing older, often outdated, systems with newer technologies and applications. This process enables seamless communication and data exchange between legacy systems and modern IT infrastructure. By integrating legacy systems, organizations can leverage existing investments while enhancing functionality and interoperability.

Legacy System Integration typically entails converting data formats, implementing middleware, and developing APIs to bridge the gap between old and new systems. Despite its challenges, such as compatibility issues and complex data mappings, Legacy System Integration is essential for businesses aiming to optimize processes, improve decision-making, and stay competitive in today's digital landscape.

It requires careful planning, collaboration, and technical expertise to ensure successful integration and minimize disruption to operations. Learn more about what Launchpad offers here.

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