In a changing IT landscape, time and resources are not always available to develop new systems from scratch — nor is this always necessary. Application Transformation allows you to modernize and optimize existing IT systems so they work smoothly and support external requirements and legislation.
The new digital reality has taken a firm hold in both the public and private sector. The greater digitalization requirements are putting pressure on all organizations and their IT systems. These need to be much more agile and deliver extremely fast solutions if they are to make a difference and stand out from competitors. But it is not enough for them to be adaptable. The functionality also needs to be exceptional, ideally via a user-friendly platform that supports employees in their daily workflows and ensures efficiency and quality.
There is pressure from all sides, and time is a key factor in the race to differentiate. The faster you can adapt to a given situation, the greater your head start in the digitalization battle. There can also often be many benefits from transforming by modernizing existing IT systems and applications.
Life-extending IT transformation
Whether you are a government agency that needs to modernize an existing payment or administrative system, or a private company that needs to differentiate yourself from the competition, Application Transformation can be the solution you need. Application Transformation allows you to accelerate your digital transformation by optimizing and extending the life of existing, aging IT systems. By updating and expanding the systems’ functionality to better match the modern IT landscape, you can meet users’ needs for functional, efficient, and intuitive user interfaces.
Systems and applications must always be designed for the people who will be using them. Application Transformation is therefore always based on the specific challenges and needs of your organization.
NNIT’s entire toolbox is open and accessible. Your digital transformation can be based on low-code technology such as OutSystems, or more traditional software development.
The technologies and tools we use depend on the given project. When fast time-to-market, frequent adjustments, and development close to the organization’s users are key parameters, low-code technology has enormous potential. Other situations call for customized IT solutions, coded from the ground up.