Application Migration & Modernization Services

Upgrade, modernize, and scale your web and mobile apps with ValueCoders’ Application Migration & Modernization Services. We offer on-premise, hybrid, and cloud-based solutions across various platforms, ensuring seamless and efficient application performance.

Trusted by startups
and Fortune 500 companies

Our Approach To Your Problems

Faster time to market with customer delight and continuous evolution amid uncertainties are the most pressing concerns of companies. As an application modernization company, we understand your challenges and work as a team to overcome them.

Common Concerns Of Businesses

There are various common concerns businesses face, such as:

  • Dealing with continuous technology updates
  • Cloud-driven software applications
  • Modernizing bulky legacy applications to new technologies
  • Deal continuously with cyber crimes
  • Hiring migration team within budget

ValueCoders Gets You Covered

Considering your common and specific challenges we respond accordingly:

  • Information & application version management
  • Cloud assessment & migration
  • Technology consulting and smooth migration to new platforms
  • Digital forensics & cyber crime management
  • Providing dedicated skilled teams within budget

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Get free consultation and let us know your project idea to turn it into an amazing digital product.

Our Application Migration & Modernization Services

Software migration and modernization are crucial in a dynamic market condition. At ValueCoders, we develop an incremental development roadmap for application migration & modernization.


OS & Server Migration

We review your business’s existing applications and suggest if any OS updates or system migration is required.

  • Linux to Windows migration
  • Operating system updates
  • Application server migration

UI Modernization & Migration

We provide UI modernization & migration to maintain a consistent UX across smartphones, tablets, laptops and desktops.

  • Portfolio assessment & planning
  • Application re-architecture
  • Application re-engineering

Website Migration

Migration between one platform to another, one technology to another and one domain to a different one.

  • Open source to Microsoft technologies
  • Old version CMS to new CMS
  • Installments, service pack / tool installations

Digital App Migration

Being a top digital transformation company, we give your business a digital forefront by providing advanced app migration & modernization services to each industry vertical.

  • Brings innovation, growth & value
  • High-quality & tech-driven solutions
  • Broad spectrum of latest technologies

Legacy App Migration to Cloud

We work on your legacy applications and migrate them to the cloud per your business requirements. Our legacy application migration services include:

  • Interface & server handling
  • Enterprise mobility cloud migration
  • Legacy system migration

API Migration & Modernization

We provide API migration services. Be it a data transfer from website APIs to mobile APIs, different web APIs to host APIs or the upgradation of APIs, our team caters to all.

  • API re-architecture & re-engineering
  • Application Migration & Re-hosting
  • Installments, service pack/tools installs

Application Re-engineering

Access to our hands-on development expertise to increase your core business system efficiency and reduce technical debt.

  • Re-writing systems components
  • Design and specification authorization
  • Reverse engineering in case of non-availability of source code
  • Refactoring legacy codebase
  • Restructuring and re-architectural

Application Modernization Consulting

We help organizations modernize their existing applications by giving recommendations and making a roadmap for a more modern and efficient workflow.

  • Architecture, technology stack analyses
  • Business requirement analysis
  • Creating recommendations and roadmap

Application Recoding

We revitalize legacy applications using languages and platforms like PowerBuilder, Delphi, VB, C++, and COBOL, or technologies like older Java and .NET versions. We use modern languages, frameworks, and databases for up-to-date, high-performing applications

  • Rewriting or refactoring a codebase
  • Upgrading technology stack
  • Migration to modern platforms

Clients We Work With

We have been delivering application migration and modernization services to startups, SMBs, agencies, and enterprises since 2004.


  • Fixed price estimates
  • Iterative prototyping services for the fast delivery of a fully verified MVP
  • Dedicated scrum masters and advanced agile delivery practices
  • Ability to quickly grow software development teams

Digital Agencies

  • Techniques for optimizing tested and proven environments
  • Flexible commitment models for different delivery risks
  • Ability to support a continuous flow of projects
  • Practical experience in the delivery of projects with value-added services


  • Professional consulting and assistance for large agencies
  • Transparency of processes and contracting commitments
  • Adherence to standards and regulations for government projects

Why Partner with ValueCoders?

ValueCoders provides reliable application migration and modernization services with faster turnaround times and better ROI. We have a team of highly professional and dedicated developers who deliver best-in-class and innovative results.

  • 18+ Years Of Experience
  • Integrity & Transparency
  • Free No Obligation Quote
  • Hassle-free Project Management
  • Transparency Is Guaranteed
  • Flexible Engagement Models
  • Self-Learning KRA
  • Migration Across Various Platforms

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We Work With Global Leaders

We deliver exceptional technology solutions for world-class businesses in every industry, from dynamic startups and SMBs to Fortune 500 companies. Here is why we are preferred partners for businesses:

  • 18+ Yrs of Tech Mastery
  • Transparent Communication
  • Agile & Adaptive Approach
  • Secure IP-Rights Protection
  • Efficient Process & Workflow Design
  • Continuous Quality Enhancement

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User Guide to Understanding Application Migration and Modernization

What is application modernization?

Application modernization is the process of migrating existing applications to new technology platforms. The goal of application modernization is to improve existing applications’ performance, scalability, and security while reducing the cost and complexity of maintaining those applications.

Application modernization can take many forms, depending on the organization’s specific needs and the migrated applications.

Common approaches to application modernization include:

  • Rewriting applications in a new language or framework.
  • Converting applications to a cloud-based model.
  • Using microservices architecture to break down monolithic applications into smaller, more manageable pieces.

How is application migration different from modernization?

Application migration and modernization are two distinct concepts in the field of software development:

Application Migration: Application migration refers to the process of transferring an application from one environment to another.

It involves moving an application from an older or outdated infrastructure, platform, or technology stack to a new environment that offers better performance, scalability, security, or cost-efficiency.

Migration can involve transferring an application from on-premises servers to the cloud, moving from one hosting provider to another, or transitioning to a different operating system or database.

Application Modernization: Application modernization, on the other hand, focuses on upgrading or transforming an existing application to leverage new technologies, enhance functionality, improve user experience, and align with current business needs.

Modernization aims to extend the lifespan and value of an application by adopting modern development practices, architectures, and frameworks.

It may involve rewriting or refactoring code, redesigning the user interface, optimizing performance, integrating new features, adopting cloud-native technologies, or implementing microservices architecture.

In summary, application migration involves moving an application from one environment to another, while application modernization involves updating and improving an application to meet current technological and business requirements.

Both processes can be undertaken to enhance applications’ performance, scalability, security, and longevity.

What are the types of application migration?

There are several types of application migration, each catering to different scenarios and requirements:

Lift-and-Shift Migration: This type of migration involves moving an application as-is from one environment to another without making significant changes. It often involves transferring applications from on-premises infrastructure to the cloud or between different hosting providers.

The focus is on achieving better scalability, cost-effectiveness, and management convenience without altering the application’s core functionality.

Replatforming: Replatforming migration involves making minimal modifications to an application during the migration process. It typically involves moving the application to a new platform or infrastructure that offers improved capabilities or better support. For example, migrating from an older database version to a newer version or moving from a legacy server to a container-based environment.

Refactoring: Refactoring migration involves making significant changes to the application’s architecture, design, or codebase while migrating to a new environment. The goal is to optimize the application for the target platform, improve performance, scalability, or maintainability, and adopt modern development practices.

Refactoring may involve rewriting specific modules, redesigning the database schema, or adopting new frameworks or libraries.

Re-architecting: Re-architecting migration involves a more substantial overhaul of the application’s architecture and design. It may include breaking down a monolithic application into microservices, adopting a service-oriented architecture (SOA), or transitioning to a cloud-native architecture. This type of migration aims to improve scalability, resilience, and agility by leveraging modern architectural patterns and technologies.

Hybrid Migration: Hybrid migration involves a combination of on-premises and cloud-based components. It allows for a gradual migration approach, moving certain application parts to the cloud while others remain on-premises. Hybrid migration offers flexibility, enabling businesses to leverage the benefits of the cloud while maintaining certain legacy systems or sensitive data on-premises.

The choice of migration type depends on factors such as the desired outcome, the complexity of the application, budget constraints, and the level of disruption the business can tolerate. It is essential to carefully assess the application’s requirements and thoroughly plan before executing any migration strategy.

What are the benefits of application migration and modernization?

Application migration and modernization offer several benefits to organizations:

Enhanced Performance: Migrating or modernizing applications can improve their performance by leveraging newer technologies, optimizing code, and upgrading infrastructure. This leads to faster response times, better scalability, and improved user experience.

Cost Efficiency: Application migration and modernization can result in cost savings. Migrating to the cloud, for example, reduces hardware and maintenance costs, as well as provides the flexibility to pay for resources as needed. Modernizing applications can also optimize resource utilization and streamline operations, leading to cost efficiencies in the long run.

Scalability and Flexibility: Migrating to modern platforms or adopting cloud-based infrastructure allows applications to scale more easily. It enables organizations to handle increasing workloads, accommodate user growth, and respond quickly to changing business needs. Modernized applications are designed to be flexible, allowing for easier integration with other systems and the adoption of new technologies.

Improved Security: Application migration and modernization provide an opportunity to enhance security measures. Migrating to the cloud often involves utilizing robust security features and benefiting from regular updates and patches. Modernized applications can be designed with better security frameworks, data encryption, and access controls, helping protect against potential vulnerabilities.

Agility and Innovation: By migrating or modernizing applications, organizations can improve their agility and ability to innovate. They can quickly adopt new technologies, leverage advanced features, and integrate with modern tools and services. This enables organizations to stay competitive, deliver new functionalities faster, and respond to market demands more effectively.

Longevity and Future-Proofing: Application migration and modernization extend the lifespan of applications by aligning them with current and future technological trends. They help organizations avoid legacy system limitations, ensure ongoing support and updates, and facilitate easier maintenance and enhancements.

Business Alignment: By migrating or modernizing applications, organizations can align their technology infrastructure with business goals and objectives. They can optimize processes, enhance user experiences, and support digital transformation initiatives, ultimately driving business growth and innovation.

Organizations need to assess their specific needs carefully, plan the migration or modernization process, and ensure a smooth transition to reap these initiatives’ benefits fully.

What are the different approaches to application modernization?

There are different types of application modernization approaches, each focusing on different aspects of enhancing and updating the application:

Replatforming: Replatforming modernization involves migrating an application to a new platform that offers improved capabilities, scalability, and performance without making significant changes to the application’s codebase. It often involves moving to a cloud-based infrastructure or adopting a new hosting environment while keeping the application’s core functionality intact.

Refactoring: Refactoring modernization focuses on improving the internal structure, design, and codebase of an application without altering its external behavior. It aims to enhance the application’s maintainability, extensibility, and performance by optimizing code, removing technical debt, and adopting modern development practices. Refactoring may involve restructuring the application’s architecture, improving code quality, and adopting new frameworks or libraries.

Rearchitecting: Rearchitecting modernization involves rethinking and redesigning the application’s architecture to align with modern paradigms and technologies. It may involve transitioning from a monolithic architecture to a microservices or service-oriented architecture (SOA), breaking down the application into modular components, and adopting cloud-native patterns. Rearchitecting aims to improve scalability, flexibility, and agility of the application.

Rebuilding: Rebuilding modernization entails rebuilding the application from scratch while retaining its core functionalities and business logic. It involves rewriting the application using modern technologies, frameworks, and best practices. Rebuilding provides an opportunity to eliminate legacy code, address architectural deficiencies, and create a more scalable, maintainable, and future-proof application.

Replacement: Replacement modernization involves replacing the existing application with a new commercial off-the-shelf (COTS) software or a customized solution. This approach is chosen when the existing application no longer meets the business needs or when replacing it rather than modernizing it is more cost-effective.

The choice of the modernization approach depends on factors such as the current state of the application, business goals, budget, and time constraints. It is essential to carefully evaluate the options and choose the approach that best aligns with the desired outcomes and long-term objectives of the application and the organization.

Choose From Our Hiring Models

With us, you can choose from multiple hiring models that best suit your needs

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Dedicated Team

(also known as product engineering teams)

It is an expert autonomous team comprising of different roles (e.g. project manager, software engineers, QA engineers, and other roles) capable of delivering technology solutions rapidly and efficiently. The roles are defined for each specific project and management is conducted jointly by a Scrum Master and the client's product owner.

  • Agile processes
  • Transparent pricing
  • Monthly billing
  • Maximum flexibility
  • Suitable for startups, MVPs and software/product companies
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Team Augmentation

(also known as team extension or staff augmentation)

Suitable for every scale of business and project, team augmentation helps add required talent to you team to fill the talent gap. The augmented team members work as part of your local or distributed team, attending your regular daily meetings and reporting directly to your managers. This helps businesses scale immediately and on-demand.

  • Scale on-demand
  • Quick & cost-effective
  • Monthly billing
  • Avoid hiring hassles
  • Transparent pricing
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Project Based

(best suited for small-mid scale projects)
Fixed Price Model:

When project specifications, scope, deliverables and acceptance criteria are clearly defined, we can evaluate and offer a fixed quote for the project. This is mostly suitable for small-mid scale projects with well documented specifications.

Time & Material Model:

Suitable for projects that have undefined or dynamic scope requirements or complicated business requirements due to which the cost estimation is not possible. Therefore, developers can be hired per their time.


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FAQs Related To Application Modernization

Here are answers to some questions which our clients frequently have in their mind.

Q. Why should I choose ValueCoders for application modernization?

Ans. There are many reasons to choose ValueCoders for application modernization. We have a strong track record of successful projects and a team of experienced developers who are well-versed in the latest technologies.

  • We have experts in Bluespringning & R&D. Our team will work with you to assess your current applications and identify areas where they can be modernized.
  • We have over 18 years of experience in the IT outsourcing industry. They have a highly skilled team of developers who are experts in various innovative technologies.
  • ValueCoders offers a flexible engagement model as per your specific needs. We also provide 24/7 support, so you can always get in touch.

Apart from these, many reasons make us the ideal choice for application modernization. So, if there is any requirement, consult with our experts now.

how much do your application modernization services cost?

The cost of our application modernization services varies depending on factors such as the complexity of your application and the scope of modernization required. We need to assess your application and discuss your requirements to provide an accurate cost estimate. Please contact us directly to get a personalized quote tailored to your needs.

Q. Which key technologies ValueCoders is using for application modernization?

Ans. At ValueCoders, we believe to create applications that are responsive to changing business needs and take advantage of emerging opportunities.

Some of the key technologies we’re using for application modernization include:

  • Containers and Microservices
  • Cloud computing
  • Enterprise Application Integration (EAI)
  • Microsoft Azure
  • AWS

Q. What is the Recovery Time Objective (RTO) of application migration service?

Ans. The Recovery Time Objective (RTO) of the application migration service is the time required for the service to be restored to normal operation after a disaster.

A well-designed and implemented application migration service can help reduce the RTO significantly. The recovery time can be minimized by replicating applications and data in multiple locations and automating the deployment process.

In addition, a good testing process will ensure that any potential problems are identified and resolved before they cause an outage.

Q. Why do companies need to modernize their application?

Ans. There are some key reasons why companies need to modernize their applications:

  • First, company data is growing exponentially, and older applications may not be able to handle the volume or complexity of data.
  • Second, users’ expectations have changed, and they now expect a more user-friendly, intuitive experience.
  • Third, most companies have a mix of legacy applications and new ones, which can create inconsistency and require more support.
  • Fourth, the external environment is constantly changing (e.g., new regulations), so companies need to be agile to respond quickly.
  • Finally, technology changes rapidly, and older application architectures may not be able to take advantage of innovations.

In short, companies need to modernize their applications to match the competitive market and make the app user-friendly.

What Our Clients Have to Say About Us

We are grateful for our clients’ trust in us, and we take great pride in delivering quality solutions that exceed their expectations. Here is what some of them have to say about us:

Working with ValueCoders has been a rewarding experience. Their software solutions are a perfect blend of innovation and functionality.

James Kelly

Co-founder, Miracle Choice

ValueCoders provided us with a robust and scalable software solution. Their team's proficiency is commendable.

Judith Mueller

Executive Director, Mueller Health Foundation

ValueCoders delivered a software solution that perfectly aligns with our business needs. They've been instrumental in our project's success.

Kris Bruynson

Director, Storloft

ValueCoders' commitment to delivering high-quality software solutions has made them our go-to partner for all our software needs.

Mohammed Mirza


Working with ValueCoders has been a rewarding experience. Their team's expertise is impressive.



ValueCoders' innovative approach to software engineering has significantly improved our business operations.

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