As legacy applications move through their life cycle, they frequently evolve from assets that manage key processes and information to liabilities that drain time and resources. As a result, these applications become increasingly more difficult to maintain.At the point when an organization's legacy assets no longer serve its goals for financial management, customer intimacy, regulatory compliance, and operational effectiveness, management must decide whether to rebuild key systems, replace them with third-party applications, or modernize aging applications to extend their useful life.

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