Xuber - Legacy systems: Knowing when to move on

 

The issue of legacy platforms and when to replace them has been debated by insurers since time immemorial, with the threat of losing out on business because of outmoded infrastructure a constant concern.
 
 
With this in mind, Post, in association with Xuber, gathered the industry specialists at the heart of this debate to get their take on the legacy conundrum.
 

Amongst the issues covered in this lively discussion -

• When does a system become ‘legacy’? Must we change?

• Is the market dictating a technology shift?

• Can fresh-blood provide the solution?

• What happens during acquisitions? Is the result multiple conflicting systems?          

• Is there value in integrating historical data?

To find out what the industry experts had to say on these pivotal industry concerns read the article in full here

- See more at: http://www.xuber.com/xuber_post#sthash.kNqdsoG3.dpuf

The issue of legacy platforms and when to replace them has been debated by insurers since time immemorial, with the threat of losing out on business because of outmoded infrastructure a constant concern.
 
 
With this in mind, Post, in association with Xuber, gathered the industry specialists at the heart of this debate to get their take on the legacy conundrum.
 

Amongst the issues covered in this lively discussion -

• When does a system become ‘legacy’? Must we change?

• Is the market dictating a technology shift?

• Can fresh-blood provide the solution?

• What happens during acquisitions? Is the result multiple conflicting systems?          

• Is there value in integrating historical data?

To find out what the industry experts had to say on these pivotal industry concerns read the article in full here

- See more at: http://www.xuber.com/xuber_post#sthash.kNqdsoG3.dpuf

The issue of legacy platforms and when to replace them has been debated by insurers since time immemorial, with the threat of losing out on business because of outmoded infrastructure a constant concern.


 

With this in mind, Post, in association with Xuber, gathered the industry specialists at the heart of this debate to get their take on the legacy conundrum.

Amongst the issues covered in this lively discussion -
  • When does a system become ‘legacy’? Must we change?
  • Is the market dictating a technology shift?
  • Can fresh-blood provide the solution?
  • What happens during acquisitions? Is the result multiple conflicting systems?          
  • Is there value in integrating historical data?

To find out what the industry experts had to say on these pivotal industry concerns read the article in full here

 

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