Solution A already exists, however it is a poor solution. We created solution B. The existence of B however, does not _____ the existence of A.
I was thinking preclude, however I thought that given that A already exists, this wouldn't fit. Thoughts?
To be clear, what I mean is that both are allowed to exist at the same time. ie. The existence of B doesn't mean A can't exist and be used.
I thought I might be able to use: The existence of B does not preclude the existence of A.
However, I'm unsure if this is correct.