3Tech Solutions

Application Migration Services

Application Migration

3Tech Solutions provides services that encompass application migration, database migration and operating system migration. With technological surges suddenly making previously used systems and processes seem obsolete, the surest way forward is to ensure that the applications being deployed are ported to state-of-the-art technology environments while maintaining (or enhancing) existing software functionality.

Database, operating system and application migration services are needs that most organizations have at some point of time in their IT cycle. This is due to the following reasons:


Reduce differences and discrepancies in database platforms to enable a more robust data sharing and
retrieval process.


With the open-ended and massive leverage that the internet has to offer, many organizations find themselves in a situation where web-enabling an "offline" solution makes more business sense.


To upgrade to better platforms from redundant ones offering little strategic value. The crux of upgrading
from legacy systems is to maintain established organizational practices and policies and improve upon them.

Protection of data, especially when accessed by an extensive amount of individual and collective
users as well as outsiders is almost mission critical. The primary focus is to enable high level encryption methodologies.


Applications that power today's businesses need to be robust, scalable, and reliable and offer
increased performance features. Database migration and application migration derive their fundamental strengths from the existing usiness logic and build on it. In a lot of cases, migration can be a more
cost-effective option as compared to application re-writing or purchasing "off-the-shelf" products.

By appropriately defining proven methodologies, frameworks and toolsets, 3Tech's approach to
migration is oriented towards fulfilling minor but constantly deliverable functionalities as modules within the entire migration scope, which is a more realistic mode of functioning. Depending on a wide range of factors such as "Existing Situation", "Expected Situation" and "Monetary Constraints", we suggest the most appropriate mechanism for migration process: