When an organization undertakes a software reengineering project, it is often because a solution is not performing well in terms of scalability, mobile navigation or other issues. One of the things that may get left out of the software reengineering services is the issue of user experience design. Ux Design is critical to the user satisfaction (whether your users are in-house or consumers), and will affect user adoption, productivity and the overall success of the application, portal or site.###Details >
Your business has spent a long time building its technology infrastructure. Legacy systems, best-of-breed software, mobile apps, ERP, HR, CRM and lots of other alphabet-based applications to serve the needs of team members, departments, senior management and even the technology staff. But things change. Business users, customers and partners have new expectations and needs and the prospect of buying or creating new apps and sites is overwhelming. Even if you had the money and the staff, these projects would take so long to finish and by the time you finished your needs would have changed again.###Details >
Products that have become too complex to management, services and SILO’s that’s just patched and patched and finally makes no sense or outright crazy to manage. These are all cases for re-engineering. Re-engineering happens to be effective adaptive word for systems re innovation, a simple example can be found in the banking systems. They are doing essentially the same thing, but operating more efficiently. That’s one of the goals of re-engineering. Speaking of banking example, banks decided at some point that the majority of the transactions involving cash can be optimized by putting an automated teller machine. So the resource called cashier had much less to do and the customers who were there only for cash withdrawal can now, just use the ATM’s and be out of the system.###Details >
I want to tell you about a conversation I had with my boss Ricky, regarding software re-engineering and the need to spruce up and improve our applications and websites to accommodate our customers, partners, suppliers and business users. As soon as I sat down, Ricky said, 'I don’t think software reengineering is worth the expense. We don't really need it and we won't get enough benefit."###Details >
Technology is flying at its fastest rate yet and the pace of change can make it hard for businesses to keep up. It seems as if you just finish your software product or application and it is time to tweak things to adapt to change. This adaptation is not just a nice thing to have, it is a necessity. Users will not tolerate poor performance, clumsy navigation or other signs of aging software.###Details >
Organizations should consider software re-engineering to address business and user demands, and the explosion of device sizes and performance, as well as user skill levels and expectations and the need to protect investments in technology and software solutions. ###Details >
Elegant MicroWeb, of Ahmedabad, India, is proud to announce a comprehensive package of offshore outsourcing software re-engineering services suitable for small to large business enterprises and for software companies and web agency partners. Many businesses fail to consider the real competitive, technical and business benefits of software re-engineering. Yet the time, expense, risk and effort involved in this process is necessary in today's changing technical and business landscape. Failure to recognize the need for, and benefits of, software re-engineering can stall a business and cause declining productivity and business revenue. Elegant MicroWeb CEO, Kartik Patel says. "If a business undertakes a software re-engineering project with a methodical technical and business requirements roadmap, and careful planning and resources, it will ensure rapid ROI and low TCO, as well as swift user adoption, improved customer satisfaction and increased sales and competitive business success."