Legacy applications have high maintenance and evolution costs, but provide services that are currently needed.

This situation greatly hinders the digital transformation of organizations due to the characteristics of their IT infrastructure, which is usually a varied mix of applications written in different languages on multiple platforms. In addition, they are implicitly unsuitable for deployment in the cloud and often require a specific infrastructure.

Considering the demanding pace at which the market evolves, organizations can’t afford to remain idle. It’s therefore necessary to implement gradual modernization in an environment that allows for the coexistence of the legacy system and the new system until the former can be fully replaced. The future is clear; the cost of legacy infrastructure is far greater than that of modern systems, due to the automation mechanisms provided by the latter.

Our goal is to transform legacy systems, adapting them to the trends of the new digital era and helping our clients in their technological transformation processes. We build our software with modern architectures, new development processes and a new model for dynamic and agile organization, allowing us to execute large-scale, technology-heavy projects.

We introduce systems based on the latest leading technologies, tools and frameworks, along with the evolution of legacy systems, applying the most up-to-date software development principles and patterns in our approach to construction or gradual migration. We ensure the product’s quality and security through automation and an extremely wide range of static and dynamic software analysis methods.

As companies adopt this new IT reality, they’ll be able to offer customers new experiences more quickly and with a higher-quality product—in terms of both the new systems required and the legacy systems being migrated.

The Road to Digital Modernization

How it is...

Monolithic applications based on legacy technologies and patterns with tight coupling that hinders their evolution.

  • Low-level UX.
  • Monolithic architecture.
  • Low scalability.
  • Costly deployments.
  • Hard to maintain.
  • Resource output.
  • High cost.
  • Obstacles to development.

Focus on product, monolithic functions:

Architecture and processes based on products and services.

Static and fragmented customer vision (based on product aggregation).

Multi-channel model with silos.

Based on transactions and dedicated servers.

Our approach...

Decoupled applications that offer the necessary cohesion to be integrated amongst themselves and external components, improving UX with fast and lightweight developments and deployments.

  • Improved UX.
  • MSA, EDA and RTP.
  • Simple maintenance.
  • Flexible and scalable.
  • Continuous deployment.
  • Platform as a Service.
  • Reasonable prices.
  • Parallelization efforts.

Focus on customer, atomic operations:

Customer centric architecture and processes.

Holistic vision of customer lifecycle, in real time and enriched with external data.

Omni-channel model (holistic touchpoints).

Based on interactions and events.

Architectural Features

Modular and Scalable

Possibility of client implementation in phases. Prepared for any increase in traffic and storage of information.


Allows the current platform to coexist with the new one. Cookie-based A/B testing to control the traffic directed to each platform for the duration of their coexistence.


Total coexistence with current systems through connections via FTP, MQ, SOAP or REST.


Approach to a microservice per operation (domain) with the aim of reusing it through REST communication.


Front-End and Back-End are decoupled in a way that enables the coexistence of different interfaces (look and feel) and the migration of each of these parts without affecting the rest.


Authentication and authorization based on the OAuth2 protocol, with JWT in the API Gateway. We also adapt to our own mechanisms (corporate cookies, corporate tokens, etc.).


We use coaching technologies, whether distributed or not, in order to improve response and processing times of our applications.

Local Environments

We offer local environments in response to instability or non-availability of the customer's environment due to tasks such as system maintenance.


We code the software and speed up the infrastructure in such a way that the impact is minimized when faced with changing requirements.

Open Source Technologies & Frameworks

We opt for leading open source frameworks in the IT sector, the use of which is extended to reduce costs and facilitate the search for talent.

Open Source collaborative communities.

Spring Ecosystem, Hibernate, Struts, Lombok & Others.

Back-End Frameworks

We rely mainly on the power of the Spring ecosystem, which provides modules for any need related to software (MVC, Spring Boot, Webflow, REST, SOAP, security, WebSocket, etc.), complemented by frameworks and libraries such as Hibernate (ORM), Struts and Lombok; as well as others specifically for testing, such as Mockito, H2 and JUnit.

Angular, Angular JS, Backbone, React, etc.

Front-End Frameworks

Use of open source frameworks that facilitate SPA architecture, such as Angular, Angular JS, Backbone, React, Koa, etc. These increase the level of abstraction in web applications, isolating the logic of the application through data models and views. Additionally, they provide components to facilitate communication (AJAX, REST) ​​and to automate testing (Karma, Jasmine).

QA & Continuous Delivery

We apply automated tests and standards to ensure the quality of the product and its adaptation to the OWASP cybersecurity regulations. We do this in an integrated way, in a circuit of integration and continuous deployment that guarantees availability of the latest version of the software within minutes.

Quality Assurance

Specialized in developing software thatmeets the highest quality standards.

We ensure that the software we develop complies with all the standards defined by our organization, performing controls throughout the project lifecycle:

Unit and integration testing at all stages.

QA tools to measure the quality of the code and monitor the systems.

Automation of testing, reducing manual tasks and the extra costs they entail.

Continuous Integration

We enhance and streamline the processof software development and delivery.

We perform automatic project integrations as often as possible in just a few minutes, through the implementation of continuous integration processes, techniques and tools.

We find and resolve errors at any stage.

We improve and ensure the quality of the software we deliver to our clients.

We drastically reduce the validation and promotion time of the newly developed software.