Understanding the risks of legacy ECM

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Are Legacy Information Systems viable for the long run given changing consumer preferences?

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Those who have been around long enough have lived through iterations of a technology whose roots lay in the reduction of clerical staff, the elimination of paper, the recovery of office space, and the establishment of a digital backup copy for critical business records.

The problem with these legacy systems is that they were never designed to quickly adapt to changing business dynamics, never intended to be extensible beyond their core capabilities, and never built with today’s complex integration requirements in mind.

This paper highlights the costs and risks of remaining on those systems, reasons to consider more modern alternatives, and key considerations to keep in mind.

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