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Unfortunately, a detailed software compatibility or migration issue like this cannot be solved in minutes for $20. You need a skilled systems programmer on site for several hours at least.
If you try to get something for nothing, you will end up with nothing, but you will--a minor saving grace--have spent nothing.
I gave you my best suggestion: hire a quality consultant and be prepared to spend substantial monies. Detailed software compatibility issues like this don't fix themselves, nor can this be diagnosed from afar. This is a system programming problem, not a system administration problem.
I'm not sure what "standards procedures" is supposed to mean, but this sort of thing happens in poorly managed shops all the time. It's called having quasi-professional programmers working for you. I never had an issue with portability from one platform to another, but I'm a professional with several engineering degrees, not some cocky kid who can write a few lines of code and doesn't even have a college degree because he's "too brilliant for that."