Mitigating Modernization: How government can replace legacy systems without the ‘rip and replace’ risk

Government is in a transformative stage. Many core systems that state and local agencies once relied on to run business processes efficiently are now becoming liabilities rather than assets. These antiquated legacy systems are used by some of the most important departments and agencies in state and local government — including, finance, HR and health and human services — and are simply becoming too expensive to manage during times of economic hardship. They are reaching end of life. Learn how government can replace legacy systems without the "rip and replace" risk.