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GOPaaS Service Now Available to SaaS-Enable and Modernize Mission-Critical Enterprise Software Apps

Heirloom Computing Inc. today announced GOPaaS, a service to quickly and easily SaaS-enable and modernize mission-critical enterprise software, allowing businesses running legacy software to reap the benefits of cloud computing immediately.

Using the GOPaaS service, businesses can host any existing legacy application in the Cloud. By moving to the Cloud now – instead of waiting to rewrite your code or building a new app from scratch – you can leverage the compelling benefits of cloud computing and make your business more agile in a matter of minutes.

Heirloom Computing is on a mission to efficiently modernize the world’s business-critical enterprise software applications. Heirloom’s ELPaaS (Enterprise Legacy Platform-as-a-Service) software application development and deployment platform seamlessly migrates legacy systems to private and public cloud computing infrastructures. The GOPaaS service allows any application stack to use ELPaaS.

“To compete in today’s environment, you need a web interface that’s easy for users to navigate. We created GOPaaS so businesses can compete in the Cloud right now, skipping the time-intensive process of rewriting code or developing a new Cloud-based application from scratch,” said Heirloom Computing CEO Gary Crook.

Software Creations Inc., a provider of customer relationship software running on a Micro Focus COBOL application stack, has already started to move its 200 clients to the Cloud using GOPaaS. “Heirloom provides us with a rock-solid platform to run our fast-growth Virtual Spa & Salon business. With the high levels of automation and management that ELPaaS delivers, we’ve already moved more than two dozen clients over to the Cloud,” said Catherine Renaud, CEO of Software Creations. “Working with Heirloom was a breeze, and our clients couldn’t be happier.”

To learn more about Heirloom Computing, the ELPaaS software application development and deployment platform, and the GOPaaS service to SaaS-enable your existing enterprise software apps, visit www.heirloomcomputing.com.

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