Windows Server 2003 Migration

The Time is Now! Have You Migrated?

Microsoft is ending the extended support for Windows Server 2003, the decade old flagship operating system, on July 14th 2015. With no further patches to be released, your servers will be vulnerable and non-compliant. However, migration of a large pool of servers to the new OS is a long, complex and resource intensive effort. A clear and well planned strategy to migrate to Windows 2012 R2 (destination version) is the "need of the hour"!!

We would like to introduce to you, Mphasis Windows 2003 Migration Service which provides seamless migration experience with its proven approach of Assessment, Preparation, Migration and Transition process.

The Mphasis Advantage

Our Tools, IP and Accelerators are robust and flexible and have evolved based on our client's requirements:

  • Automated server build & patching tool (PRSA): Reduce build cycle by 20%
  • 74 Innovations on Wintel technologies
  • Mphasis E-Labs carrying out POC testing and capability development
  • 2000+ reusable artifacts and engineering designs

The delivery capability of our people, the maturity of our processes blended with our customer first approach will help strike balance between your business objectives and the IT infrastructure to support those objectives:

  • 28000+ Wintel operating system instances
  • 100% First Pass Yield (FPY), 100% Implementation Success rate for transformations
  • Factory migration model: Reduce migration cycle time by 25%-30%
  • Processes, Best Practices and Industry standards inherited from "erstwhile EDS" DNA

Global Footprint in Wintel Services across Industries

We have delivered value to a diverse customer base across geographies that include leading banks, automotive manufacturers, retail companies and airlines etc. Our capabilities have matured over the years from technology incubation to large scale adoption and to modernization providing expert solutions for migration.

Our clients have benefitted from our unique hybrid delivery model (offshore and onshore combination) and our factory approach which increases efficiency and reduces resources/efforts cost.