Corestone Decommissioning

Sunset Legacy Systems to Reduce Risk and Facilitate Reporting and Audit Responses

Keeping legacy systems operational just to maintain historical information is expensive. Legacy systems are difficult to maintain, take up valuable space and require specialized expertise to operate. Given the increasingly stringent regulatory environment and increase in data breaches globally, legacy systems also put a company at risk because they are not as secure as modern systems. Despite these challenges, many companies choose to keep these systems operational because they are still needed for audit and fiscal reporting purposes.

The Corestone Decommissioning solution enables organizations to retain data and documents from legacy systems so those systems can be retired. Companies use the solution to ensure compliance with their enterprise information lifecycle management (ILM) strategies, reduce IT costs, and simplify the IT infrastructure.


Key Benefits of Corestone Decommissioning

  • Proven decommissioning and archive tools and technology, with flexible options for the migration and storage of decommissioned data
  • Centralized tools for managing data and document retention periods to facilitate compliance with any regulatory or audit requirements
  • Easy access to decommissioned data directly from SAP applications, minimizing the need for additional training and change management
  • Single archive-repository that can be accessed from SAP applications or other archive-enabled solutions
  • Provides a repeatable methodology for decommissioning other legacy SAP and non-SAP systems

Further Reading


Brochure: Data and Document Management

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Whitepaper: Fast Path to SAP S/4HANA

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Success Story: Tenneco

Auto parts company archives data, and migrates data and documents from legacy enterprise systems to decommission costly, non-operational systems.