Many enterprises face challenges with complex application landscapes— a mix of legacy systems, digital, SaaS and many more. These applications consume a large share of their IT resources and restrict their ability to drive digital growth. Our technology-driven approach to application services will enable enterprises to reinvent their application portfolio. They could use emerging technologies, building with speed and agility to meet todays and future business needs.
Gadgeon's Enterprise Application services enable the digital transformation of multiple front and back-office business processes to simplify and integrate to achieve key business goal – to win in the digital economy. We enable better sharing of information by streamlining IT processes, automating workflows and improving IT flexibility.
Our team of consults and business analysts will work with your team to conduct an in-depth analysis of your requirements - both functional and non-functional along with due diligence of your enterprise IT environment. This enables us to evaluate technology solution options and develop a high-level architecture and estimates to build and integrate business workflows that meet your business needs.
We help you integrate and orchestrate scattered enterprise applications that deliver business process continuity, data integrity, barrier-free collaboration and automation of business workflows. We will ensure a perfect and secure software environment for your enterprise with well-integrated organizational and client-centric workflows.
Our Enterprise Application Maintenance services aim to ensure that your applications are highly available, reliable, and relevant to evolving business needs. We follow industry best practices in application maintenance and support that include a phased & structured framework for transition, service stabilization, governance, communication, knowledge management, service delivery, and continuous improvement.
Legacy applications have the chance of being a significant burden on the IT budget of enterprises. This could include higher maintenance costs, low flexibility for change according to the changing business needs, unfamiliar or unfriendly user experience. These factors drive the need for the modernisation of these legacy applications.