Migrating Legacy Systems Towards .NET and C#
Since its foundation in 1846, The Associated Press has been covering and breaking the biggest stories from around the world. It is an independent global news organization dedicated to factual reporting, and it remains the most trusted source of fast, accurate, unbiased news in all formats and the essential provider of the technology and services vital to the news business. AP operates in 250 locations worldwide and more than half the world’s population sees AP journalism every day.
Associated Press’ project centers around the migration of their systems from legacy ASP Classic to a more current .NET and C# technology.
As one of the most relevant mass media companies in the world, Associated Press needs to have a strong IT infrastructure that takes advantage of the best technologies available.
BairesDev’s world-class team of software engineers assists in the evolution and maintenance of AP’s current internal and external web applications to ensure they stay up to date and work seamlessly.
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Associated Press’ project centers around the migration of their systems from legacy ASP Classic to a more current .NET and C# technology. It is a great challenge to ensure that all existing systems continue working on new technologies as they did with the Legacy ASP code, guaranteeing optimum performance and innovation.
BairesDev provides the extra engineering talent needed to drive this digital transformation, and make sure AP complies with the required standards of modern development, with a strategic vision for business improvement and a keen eye for enhancing user experience.