Modernizing legacy technology to enhance agility while keeping development resources and cost modest
Since its inauguration in 1991, NTU Singapore has evolved into a research-intensive global university. Today, NTU Singapore nurtures leaders and creates societal impact through interdisciplinary education and research, offering undergraduate and postgraduate courses in engineering, business, science, humanities, arts, social sciences, education, and medicine.
NTU Singapore needed to improve its digital infrastructure to serve a growing population of over 40,000 students, staff, and faculty. However, the university encountered challenges with end-of-life software and server hardware obsolescence.
Additionally, it required additional development resources to meet its digitalization needs, as each change request took an extended period and resulted in considerable maintenance costs.