Do You Notice
High maintenance cost
A legacy application is like an antique car – it may continue to operate, but every additional year of usage makes it more fragile and expensive.
Almost all legacy applications suffer from a high risk of data loss usually willing or unwillingly when an employee leaves an organization.
User privacy has never been more important. Data should never reside on employee computers and should only ever be accessible by the designated processor.
Legacy systems typically require the end user to perform numerous tedious tasks which usually involve a lot of copy/paste, introducing errors and taking up valuable time.
Legacy systems are not suited to a corporate that is growing through mergers and acquisitions. These systems are unable to easily connect and talk to other systems.