SAN FRANCISCO & SYDNEY–(BUSINESS WIRE)–LJM Global Cyborg Specialist (LJM) is partnering with Silicon Valley software firm Heirloom Computing to meet demand from the Australasia market for automated mainframe workload transformations to Java and the cloud.
LJM will leverage their quickly expanding footprint in Australasia as the exclusive systems integrator for Heirloom’s ground-breaking Heirloom platform.
“There’s real leadership from enterprise CIO’s in Australasia who understand that standing-still with legacy systems is not an option when executing digital transformation strategies,” said Larry McGean, LJM’s CEO. “LJM shares this outlook and is now uniquely positioned to help CIO’s deliver lT for legacy workloads which are aging fast, and approaching a tipping point. Critically, they are already inhibitors to the execution of an increasing number of strategic initiatives.”
Kevin Moultrup, Heirloom’s COO, added, “Our team has been working with LJM for several years now, and we are excited to formalize our partnership with LJM to deliver high-quality proven software solutions to Australasia’s most recognized companies.”
About Heirloom Computing
Heirloom Computing is a global enterprise software company that partners with Systems Integrators to implement initiatives that enable the Global 2000 to automatically modernize legacy application systems to Java and the cloud where they can be aligned with broader strategic initiatives such as digital transformation — whilst guaranteeing to retain existing business logic and data integrity. For more information about how Heirloom can increase agility, and save IT departments time & money, please visit http://www.heirloomcomputing.com.
About LJM Global Cyborg Specialist
In coordination with its field offices in Sydney and Melbourne, LJM purses software solution opportunities around the globe. Specializing in company-wide implementations of packaged systems such as SumTotal Payroll, Workday HR Integrations, Blue Prism IPA, QlikView/Sense, and now automated mainframe workload transformations with Heirloom. For more information, please visit http://ljmcyborg.com.
FREMONT, Calif.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Heirloom Computing today announced that OCLC has utilized Heirloom to enhance IT agility by transforming a mission-critical mainframe workload to a cost-effective, open-systems platform.
When OCLC needed to enhance IT agility, they discovered that Heirloom was aligned with their need to modernize their application portfolio, and move away from their dependence on an inflexible and expensive IBM mainframe infrastructure.
“Heirloom’s platform and outstanding project team delivered on the promise of automatically transforming and deploying a complex mainframe workload to 100% Java in 90 days,” said Tim Schwab, Director of Enterprise Applications at OCLC.
Kevin Moultrup, Heirloom’s COO, said “With automatic transformation of mainframe workloads and guaranteed preservation of existing business logic, Heirloom enables any company with an expensive legacy infrastructure, to move with great speed to a Java platform that is cloud enabled.”
OCLC is a global library cooperative that provides shared technology services, original research and community programs for its membership and the library community at large. We are librarians, technologists, researchers, pioneers, leaders and learners. With thousands of library members in more than 100 countries, we come together as OCLC to make information more accessible and more useful.
About Heirloom Computing, Inc.
Heirloom Computing is on a mission to modernize the world’s business-critical enterprise software applications. Heirloom’s best-in-class tools seamlessly migrate legacy systems to private and public cloud computing infrastructures, so IT departments can reap the cost benefits of cloud computing and satisfy user demands for applications accessible via web browsers and mobile devices.
For more information about how Heirloom Computing’s legacy transformation platform can save IT departments time and money, please visit www.heirloomcomputing.com.