Heirloom Transforms Custom Mainframe CRM App to On-Premise Cloud in 90 Days

December 12th, 2020

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 PaaS 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 the JVM 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.”

About Heirloom Computing

Heirloom Computing is an enterprise software company that partners with Global Systems Integrators and cloud providers to replatform mainframe workloads as agile cloud-native applications on any cloud. Our Global 2000 clients select us because we deliver the fastest lowest-risk transformation journey with a fully transparent process using a software platform that puts you in complete control. For more information about how Heirloom® can increase agility, and save IT departments time & money, please visit

About OCLC

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.

SOURCE Heirloom Computing