PRINCETON, New Jersey, January 6, 2016 /PRNewswire/ --
OpenLegacy, the open-standard hybrid integration platform provider, today announces that Andy Monshaw has been appointed as chairman of the board, effective immediately.
"We are thrilled that Andy has agreed to take on this leadership role," said Romi Stein, OpenLegacy's co-founder and CEO. "It is a great validation that he sees the vast business potential for our solution and believes in our capabilities to fulfill it. I am confident that with his guidance our brand and global presence will strengthen further."
Mr. Monshaw spent more than 30 years in the information technology industry and was a senior operating executive with IBM Corporation. For the last decade, he was the general manager for IBM Storage, chief operating officer for IBM Japan and a member of the board of directors, GM for IBM Global Mid-Market (small and medium business), and general manager for IBM's converged Infrastructure platform, PureFlex. More recently, Andy serves on several technology, community and non-profit boards.
"Many companies have core backend applications and platforms that need to be transitioned to the cloud and mobile, which is challenging and time consuming. OpenLegacy's trailblazing approach to hybrid integration delivers these solutions in minutes rather than months," Monshaw said. "I am excited to take the board chairmanship for OpenLegacy as the company provides real value in improving time to market and driving innovation for enterprises seeking to achieve revenue growth by optimizing the use of their core systems."
OpenLegacy, named a 'Cool Vendor in Integration' by Gartner, has pioneered a unique compiled-API approach, instantly delivering enterprise core applications as digital services. Using OpenLegacy's open-standard hybrid integration platform, enterprises can create secure API access to core banking, insurance, healthcare or manufacturing applications and deploy it on premise, on the cloud and anywhere in between. To learn more visit http://openlegacy.com.