Before evaluating migration approaches, it’s important to understand what the Modern UX is and what it isn’t. For instance, did you know that the Modern UX is available simultaneously with Classic? It was not designed to be a replacement. With the exceptions of timesheets, users can toggle between the two different experiences, which is great for different migration paths.
The Modern UX is also not just an updated look and feel for Classic; they are two distinct entities. When Broadcom designed the Modern UX, it was as a new PPM innovation. Not all features have been ported from one to the other. The Modern UX offers a host of great new functionality and features, especially since the release of Clarity 16.0. This includes functionality for leading industry trends such as product funding, Agile transformation, drawdown funding, lean Agile methodologies, and more. These capabilities will continue to increase as the Modern UX remains a primary focus for Broadcom’s R&D investment.