Product Re-Engineering & Migration
Totient product re-engineering services help you introduce product enhancements, upgrades and process improvements through the product lifecycle.In a current dynamic business environment, technology keeps changing with changing business needs. As a result, organizations often require re-engineering of their existing products to take benefits of new available technologies and platforms. Totient closely monitors the market and product performance to identify requirements of product redefinition and offers product re-engineering services to redesign the product with advanced features and latest technologies.We also specializes in offering business process re-engineering which not only helps organizations to operate better but also boost their Return on Investment (ROI). Totient’s unique re-engineering service offering model, coupled with highly experienced professionals, empowers customers to migrate critical legacy applications to latest technologies in timely and efficient manner.
Our Product Re-engineering services includes:
- Legacy to Open Platforms Migration
- Operating System Migration
- Migration of application running on older Application Server to new Application server
- 1 tier to N tier
- Legacy applications (Visual Basic, Power Builder, C++/VC++) to multi tier applications based on J2EE or .Net.
- Architectural re-structuring
User Interface Migration
- Flat files to Relational Databases Management system (RDBMS)
- File based to RDBMS
- From one RDBMS to another RDBMS
- RDBMS to OODBMS
Code Refactoring / Restructuring
- Thick Client/Desktop based UI
- Rich Internet based UI
Code refactoring is the process of changing a software system in such a way that it does not alter the external behavior of the code yet improves its internal structure and architecture. Totient's expert architects will evaluate your current system and code to propose a better architectured system to leverage the best out of
emerging technologies like cloud & big data. Focus of the effort will be to continuation of exisiting operations, minimal cost and risk.