Old Iron. New Tricks.

Wed, Apr 4, 2018 12:01 PM CDT{LOCAL_TZ}

Old Iron. New Tricks.

Content by Rocket Software

Wed, Apr 4, 2018 12:01 PM CDT


Upgrade your infrastructure without breaking your business (or the bank)

Digital transformation analyst Jason Bloomberg explains the subtleties of modernization 
in the digital era. 

You’ve heard the stories about companies that wasted millions on ill-fated modernization 
efforts. You don’t want to succumb to fear, uncertainty and doubt, but the calls for anytime, 
anywhere access and improved user experiences aren’t going away. Learn how to avoid 
the pitfalls of rip-and-replace projects while leveraging your existing investments to meet 
your users’ needs in the short and long term.

Featured Speakers:


Jason Bloomberg
President
Intellyx

Alex Salop
Senior Product Marketing Manager
Rocket Software


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