As IT systems evolve obsolete applications often continue to run, duplicating functionality and draining resources.
Decommissioning obsolete systems results in significant cost savings – however it can be a complex process.
We provide a clear, structured approach to SAP and non-SAP decommissioning, providing everything you need to deliver a successful project with great ROI.
Our expertise in SAP and non-SAP decommissioning will help you to:
We can help you to safely shut down SAP and non-SAP legacy systems, whilst ensuring that critical data remains accessible.
Designed to help you plan, implement and review a cost-effective project, our Decommissioning Factory service provides:
We will ensure that:
Our Decommissioning Factory service includes:
Data monitoring – by extracting specified data from the data source for archival, and extending information on each archived data object to include both source and destination information.
Data retention – through the application of data retention rules to data during archiving, retrieval and destruction.
Data validation – by comparing initial data to archived data for non-repudiation.
Data profiling – assessing data quality, to create a profile analysis that is used as a basis in cleansing the data source.
Data queries – through the provision of a web interface for retrieving archived data or using existing reporting capabilities such as BOBJ/Crystal.
Your legacy data can either be stored in-house, or on the Proceed Cloud Platform.
Our cloud-based storage provides a cost-effective solution, as you only pay for data that is accessed.
If you are considering using Enterprise cloud enablement activities, then lower risk decommissioned data is an excellent starting point.
Working across SAP and non-SAP systems, we can support you through our five step approach to decommissioning:
Read more about our decommissioning stages.
“10% of applications running in an un-optimised portfolio are candidates for retirement and an additional one-third can require migration or rationalisation.”
Contact us to find out how we can help.