It’s not often one gets a chance to revisit a past development effort, but it’s just that kind of unique opportunity that makes one’s development life just a little bit sweeter. About ten years ago, the company I now work for, X by 2, was contracted by a client to design, develop, and implement a then-state-of-the-art system. This was an internal Web application that was replacing a client-server system to be used by employees at multiple locations to manage their daily work. This was a wide-ranging application that did everything from guiding employees through processes for working with customers, to complex transaction processing, to preparing documents for printing and mailing. The client was growing rapidly, and their then-current system could not support its growing customer and employee base.

Fast forward to 2014-15, and my company has been engaged by that same client to replace the application we developed back then with something more suitable for their mature, industry-leading business processes.

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