7 Best Practices for Replacing Legacy Systems

Desjardins General Insurance Group and Blue Phoenix suggest following these guidelines to bring legacy replacement projects in both on time and on budget.

2. Proactive, Participative Management

Throughout the duration of the project, DGIG mobilized stakeholders by setting up interactive means of communication — management committees, newsletters and master plans — as well as during the transition period. DGIG also implemented change strategies (communication, transition and training plans), which allowed new business projects to be developed on the new platform before the end of the migration work.



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