Legacy Extension Technology

Extend the useful life of legacy software
  • Postpone costly investments
  • Reduce risks related to aging hardware
  • Add new functionality to legacy software
  • Integrate legacy software with other systems

It is often impractical or nearly impossible to repair and modify existing legacy computer programs. It is not necessary to purchase and deploy a totally new system to overcome hardware failure or insufficient functionality. The most economical approach is often to re-create the application using modern programming languages and hardware. It is considered as custom software development, but the blueprint is the old software itself.
We have already extended the useful life of existing programs on failing hardware with this method, and added functionality to existing programs for a fraction of the cost of new software.

We can work at code level with Oracle, Java, HTML, Javascript, JSP, C, C++, Pascal, Delphi, Visual Basic, Magic, .NET and PHP software and can retrieve the original functionality of applications written in almost any programming language used, assuming access to the source code or the working software (FORTRAN, COBOL, BASIC dialects etc.)