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Build web and mobile apps faster, easier and more affordably

"We wouldn’t have considered making this online reservation solution ourselves without LANSA."

-VP, Software & Services, Agilysys

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Business Innovation Without Limitation

Low-Code Platform

LANSA's low-code development platform accelerates and simplifies the creation of enterprise apps while making your development team more productive. LANSA puts you back in control.

IBM i Modernization

LANSA is the only low-code development platform to natively support IBM i. You can build new apps and modernize existing ones - with native web and mobile support

Mobile Development

LANSA makes it easier than ever to take your apps mobile. Build mobile-first apps as easily as web apps using a single platform.

Enterprise Integration

LANSA offers powerful integration choices for your web and mobile apps. We support a range of options to make integration fast and easy.

Digital Transformation Through New Apps

LANSA’s low-code development platform impacts every area of the business, delivering company-wide innovation, productivity and control.

For IT Managers

LANSA lets your team create apps up to 10x faster than usual, reducing the time- to- market for new apps and helping clear your application backlog.

For CxOs

LANSA equips your IT team to innovate and deliver new apps in the time frame the business needs. Your team becomes more productive and responsive.

For Developers

LANSA’s low-code platform allows you to become a full-stack developer delivering web and mobile apps faster and easier than ever before.

For ISVs/SIs

LANSA’s low-code platform helps build easy-to-maintain apps for your customers, reduces time-to-market, and makes your team more productive.

“With LANSA we can help our customers be more agile and responsive to new business requirements. That's extremely important in the transportation industry. Enhancements and customization are now simple and fast, meaning that we can respond quicker to customer requests.”

“With LANSA we can help our customers be more agile and responsive to new business requirements. That's extremely important in the transportation industry. Enhancements and customization are now simple and fast, meaning that we can respond quicker to customer requests.”

“With LANSA we can help our customers be more agile and responsive to new business requirements. That's extremely important in the transportation industry. Enhancements and customization are now simple and fast, meaning that we can respond quicker to customer requests.”

Glenn Gundermann, Application Development Manager, Nulogx

“Our ERP system happens to run on IBM i, which is often and mistakenly earmarked as a legacy platform. Using LANSA and with a renewed focus on our existing ERP system, we have proven to be more flexible and productive than a packaged ERP like SAP ever could be.”

“Our ERP system happens to run on IBM i, which is often and mistakenly earmarked as a legacy platform. Using LANSA and with a renewed focus on our existing ERP system, we have proven to be more flexible and productive than a packaged ERP like SAP ever could be.”

“Our ERP system happens to run on IBM i, which is often and mistakenly earmarked as a legacy platform. Using LANSA and with a renewed focus on our existing ERP system, we have proven to be more flexible and productive than a packaged ERP like SAP ever could be.”

Arnold Hendriks, Application Development Manager, Bidfood

“The LANSA portal is a crucial part of our digital strategy and plays an important role in remaining competitive. It offers a new way to add value to our services, above and beyond just selling a product.”

Michael Hall, Head of Digital, Elders Rural

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