Core renaissance

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Core renaissance

Tech Trends 2015

As focus shifts from performing business processes to enabling innovation, reinvented core systems can form the foundation for growth and new service development.

Revitalising the heart of IT

Organisations have significant investments in their core systems, both built and bought. Beyond running the heart of the business, these assets can form the foundation for growth and new service development—building upon standardised data and automated business processes. To this end, many organisations are modernising systems to pay down technical debt, replatforming solutions to remove barriers to scale and performance, and extending their legacy infrastructures to fuel innovative new services and offerings.

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