What to do with legacy systems – maintain, replace, migrate or integrate.

By INIT

The idea of entirely replacing outdated systems can be daunting. Undertaking the task will incur high costs and substantial efforts. You will likely hire consultants, develop an RFP, assess prospective bidders and finally, once purchased, train your staff on an entirely new system. There are  advantages though. Replacement means more modern operations, better service for your passengers and assurance that your current plan is forward-facing or future-proof.

Choosing to implement a modern system starts with identifying an ITS vendor experienced with open application interfaces so that you can incorporate the many partners a new project requires without the headache of figuring out how to make the technologies “play well” together. This decision will be invaluable down the road when you decide you want the flexibility to expand or include more tools, especially ones that you may not have thought available at the time. But, there are other options…

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