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Why decommission your legacy IT systems?

It’s inevitable that over time, most organisations will accumulate vast amounts of data that is held in disparate legacy systems. Typically rarely accessed, these systems often contain large volumes of data, which needs to be retained for its business value and to comply with tax, audit and data privacy regulations.

Professionally decommissioning these old systems is the only way to progress towards digital transformation. It ensures that access to data, reports, and documents can be retained and it removes the expense of maintaining and upgrading legacy systems. Simplifying your overall IT system landscape is the single most cost-effective way to reduce long-term administration and maintenance costs. Due to current data privacy penalties, just maintaining legacy systems is not an option. Decommissioning is the only viable solution.

Minimise risks

  • Avoid the business risks of non-compliance. Legal regulations and GDPR data privacy requirements are frequently not enforced on old systems.
  • Avoid the high costs of maintaining an obsolete architecture. Legacy systems require system updates and maintenance, plus the licensing costs of legacy ERP systems can be substantial.
  • Avoid draining internal resources. Experts who understand how to manage legacy software can be hard to find. If you are migrating to SAP S/4HANA or another ERP, focus your efforts on higher value, digital transformation initiatives instead.
  • Avoid non-compliance during mergers and acquisitions. Secure continued access to data and documents stored in disparate applications within acquired companies.
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Benefits of a robust decommissioning strategy

TJC’s data extraction solutions allow us to extract your legacy information within SAP systems – from SAP 3.1H to S/4HANA. Our solutions are designed to be straightforward and won’t drain employee resources.

  • Access your data at any time. Whether you stick with your existing audit tools or implement ELSA by TJC, your data and documents remain fully available.
  • Stay compliant. Our 100% data extraction rates give you full data consistency and integrity confidence. Records are retained and managed as per your legal obligations ensuring continuous, direct access to data for tax, audit, and business purposes.
  • Save money. Make savings of up to 80% of total cost of ownership (TCO) by retiring legacy systems.
  • Reduce business risk. Avoid data privacy related fines and do not expose your organisation to vulnerabilities due to legacy architecture.
  • Improve sustainability. Moving legacy applications onto a single modern platform will typically reduce power consumption and space utilisation requirements, thus contributing towards your organisation’s net zero targets.
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How can TJC Group help you?

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    Complete extraction of data, documents, reports and attachments from SAP 3.1H to SAP4/H, using industry standard, intuitive solutions.

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    Apply current GDPR and data privacy rules to legacy systems.

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    Simplify your IT landscape as you migrate to S/4HANA.

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    Allow you to focus on future technology strategy, while we take care of the past.

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ELSA archives, centralizes and returns to end users all historical data from decommissioned systems in accordance with tax, audit and data privacy regulations.

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Quickly and easily retrieve large volumes of data from online and/or archived SAP tables without impacting the performance of your SAP system.

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