Ending Legacy Apps: When & How?

Some organizations have been nursing legacy IT systems and applications along for decades in the belief they are squeezing the maximum value out of them. At what point do you decide you’ve gotten your money’s worth? When do you let go of obsolete technologies to utilize newer, better technologies? What’s the least painful way to end them?


    • Michael L. Capone, Corporate Vice President and CIO, Automatic Data Processing, Inc.
    • Bob Keefe, Past President (2008), SIM Senior Vice President and CIO, Mueller Water Products, Inc.

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Michael L. Capone

Michael L. Capone, Corporate Vice President and CIO, Automatic Data Processing, Inc.

Mike Capone is Corporate Vice President and Chief Information Officer for Automatic Data Processing, Inc. Combining a unique blend of client-facing operational experience and strong technical knowledge, Mike guides both product development... More   View all posts
Bob Keefe

Bob Keefe, Past President (2008), SIM Senior Vice President and CIO, Mueller Water Products, Inc.

Bob is the immediate past president of the Society for Information Management, having served as president during 2008 which was SIM's 40th anniversary of service to its members. Bob has more than 25 years experience in information systems h... More   View all posts
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