Technology today moves fast. Customers demand unique, high-quality digital experiences for interacting with your company, and they'll move on quickly to a competitor if they don't get what they want. Yet enterprises today struggle not only with new product development, but also with the ongoing maintenance and upkeep of a significant legacy application portfolio that has been a bedrock of their company's longevity. IT executives are quickly realizing that a bi-modal approach to their application portfolio, where some components can evolve quickly while others are left to stagnate, is now inhibiting growth, because innovative customer experiences are forcing fundamental changes in business processes. These modifications, which touch all applications, mean that legacy systems are now becoming a drag on innovation. A new approach is needed.