Modernization.You probably see this word all the time. I'm curious, what does it mean to you? Specifically, what does modernization mean for your business-critical application that is built on a MultiValue platform.
Your organization has invested in your business-critical MultiValue-based applications over the course of years and maybe decades.
How do you ensure those applications can adapt and grow alongside your organization for continued return on investment for years to come?
If you're focused on increasing productivity, are you looking at development tools and modern programming languages that are easy to use, efficient, and address the skills gap?
If you're focused on simplifying integration, are you interested in lightweight, zero-install client applications with Open APIs?
Is speed to market at the top of your list, including implementing continuous integration, continuous delivery (CI/CD), cloud (on-premises or hybrid cloud deployment and containerization)?
There are generally three types of customers for the Multi-value platform. First, and the largest, is value-added resellers or VAR's and they dictate what they will do with the software. Second, with no VAR or affectionately know as an orphan is controlled by the customer. Third, and the smallest is the company that decided to build their application themselves and they control where they take the software.
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