The Many Faces of Mobile App Development

Deciding whether to invest in mobile apps is simple – the answer is yes! Determining which type of mobile app to build is more complicated because there are many options, each with its own sets of pros and cons. In addition, being able to answer why the app is being built, who is it for, …

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David Brault Named a 2019 IBM Champion

We like to celebrate accomplishments here at LANSA, especially when it involves one of our own receiving a highly regarded award. David Brault, LANSA Product Marketing Manager, has been named a 2019 IBM Champion for his contributions to the IBM community. The IBM Champions program recognizes influencers in the IBM community that shares their knowledge …

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Brunswick Drops Open Source, Picks Up Development Speed

Recreational bowling centers have morphed from smoky old hangouts to state-of-the-art family entertainment centers. The transformation is continuous as centers work to strike the perfect balance between meeting the needs of loyal customers that live for weekly league play to attracting new patrons that crave a modern experience. Brunswick Bowling dominates the industry when it …

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Frank Sarnelli named IBM Systems Magazine “Fresh Face”

It’s not surprising Frank Sarnelli joins the list of young professionals who have been named by IBM Power Systems Magazine as a “Fresh Face” to the IBM computing community. Frank has a burning desire to push the boundaries of technology to solve enterprise business problems and meet customer needs. Frank joined the LANSA Technical Support …

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Braum’s Speeds Mobile App Development with LANSA

Interested in building mobile apps but don’t have mobile app developers on staff? Braum’s Ice Cream & Dairy Stores felt the same pain. The way the company saw it, they could either hire mobile developers, outsource development or find a platform they could train their existing team to use. Given the choice, Paul Clark, Braum’s …

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