The term legacy database commonly refers to a database that has been in use for many years and is therefore unsuitable for modern apps and environments. Examples include databases based on flat files and those that reside on old, monolithic servers. But just because a database is legacy does not mean it is obsolete.
These systems include products like Paradox, Filmmaker, Microsoft Access, dBase and more.
Just because your system has been around for a while doesn’t mean you need to change it. It can save money and time to keep an existing system up and running. We Are Technology can do that for you – and we won’t try to sell you a new system just for the sake of change.