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Re-engineering & Transformation

   Change in business scenario is inevitable so business entities must constantly evolve so as to overcome the risk of becoming obsolete. Businesses growing beyond geographical boundaries are always facing increasing demands, immense pressure and lots of challenges with system, applications spread over the globe

   Existing products need to be redeveloped so as to improve their functionality and performance for better utilization and stability of business. Our company handles this very efficiently by a well-defined process considering the current and future requirement of customer.

   To meet these changing business circumstances applications and systems should grow technologically, with rich end user experience, more flexibility, and scalability. Product re-engineering now has grown to an integral part of the business and has evolved from just a support system to an active revenue generating method.

    Adding better flexibility in the user interface and making it user friendly makes business easier and better penetration of change in the organization. New design with enhanced graphics improves the look and feel of the software and makes data operation friendly. More over the legacy system overcomes the existing bugs present in the system by mode of re-engineering.

    This enhancement can be for better customer acceptance, satisfaction and better feedback.

Our product re-engineering work flow is as follows:

  1. Current project scope identification
  2. Legacy system Analysis
  3. Customer study
  4. Functional or Code Walk through
  5. Feasibility study
  6. Requirement gathering
  7. Application scope definition
  8. Clients Approval
  9. Documentation / Spec Generation
  10. Re-engineering utilizing standardized engineering model
  11. Implementation / Verification
  12. Acceptance Testing
  13. Final delivery & deployment
  14. Maintenance & Support
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