For software and platform companies of all sizes, product modernization is essential to driving top line growth, bottom line efficiency and maintaining a competitive edge against a new generation of digital natives. After all, as your clients pursue digital transformation in response to their own competitive pressures, they’re going to do it with a partner whose software and/or platforms are modern.
Yet modernization can be a huge disruption that demands serious acrobatic talents – maintaining current systems, existing customers and ties to code bases while simultaneously building a new modern environment.
The resources here are designed to help you navigate the journey.
Roger Woehl, SafetyChain CTO, shares four key lessons he learned on his product modernization journey. Get the details and learn how you, too, can leverage product modernization for competitive advantage.Read the blog post
If you sell enterprise technology, you know as well as anyone that we live in a world of exponential change. Your customers are filled with an increasing sense of urgency. And it all comes to you. Learn how you can help your clients achieve digital transformation.Read the blog post
The rapid emergence of new technologies make architecting ‘the best’ microservices stack a challenging proposition for many CTOs and VPs of Engineering. In this blog post, we aim to help by highlighting the old standbys as well as the new technologies you may want to consider as you implement a microservices architecture.Read the blog post
Get introduced to the six planets in the Product Modernization Galaxy, each of which represents a stage of the product modernization journey. Tap or click on any planet to learn about the key reasons to visit, what you can expect to encounter there, and get some advice on questions to ask before you go.
"Ford handed the book to Arthur. ‘What is it?’ asked Arthur. ‘The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy. It’s a sort of electronic book. It tells you everything you need to know about anything. That’s its job.’ Arthur turned it over nervously in his hands. ‘I like the cover,’ he said. ‘Don’t Panic. It’s the first helpful or intelligible thing anybody’s said to me all day.’”
– The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy