It’s a concern that we spend all the time and effort and money developing software, but what’s its life expectancy? Will it become obsolete in a few years as the software is no longer supported? Not with Vega’s Solutions, we believe in longevity. One of the reasons we use the Microsoft stack and how we use it is so that we can migrate to new versions and software does not become legacy.
The following are concerns of anyone involved in a software development project.
- How long will this application work for? What’s its longevity?
- What if it’s written in a language that is no longer supported in a few years?
- I am spending a lot of time and money on this solution how long with it last?
- What if new functionality becomes available in future versions of the software can I utilise it in the future?
These are all valid concerns and things we take seriously at Vega.
We choose to use the Microsoft stack in the way we do precisely to alleviate these concerns.
Our software has longevity, you will be able to port it onto new version of Microsoft technologies. As new technologies are released you will be able to utilise new functionality.
We have systems written 20 years ago that have been migrated and are currently still running quite happily on the current supported Microsoft stack.
Vega do not believe in software becoming obsolete, our software is built to last as long as you need it for.