Legacy Systems: Transformation Strategies

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Prentice Hall, 2002 - Computers - 422 pages
In Legacy Systems: Transformation Strategies, leading IT and business architecture consultant William Ulrich presents a step-by-step, phased roadmap to legacy transformation that maximizes business value, while minimizing cost, disruption, and risk. Transformation strategies, organizing disciplines, techniques, and tools reduce the risks of deploying the component-based architectures you need to stay competitive while maximizing the business value of core systems that work.

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WILLIAM M. ULRICH is president of Tactical Strategy Group, Inc., a consulting firm specializing in information and business planning. He has 24 years' experience in IT and is author of TSRM, a widely deployed redevelopment methodology. Ulrich has advised Fortune 1000 companies, government agencies, technology companies, and consulting firms on IT strategies. Formerly a senior manager at KPMG, he has written for Computerworld, Information Week, and many other leading publications.

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