How Red Frog Events Increased On-Site Event Revenue by 200%

One of the favorite aspects of my job is talking to customers about how and why they chose LANSA. Even more thrilling is when I’m a user of the customer’s technology and get to experience the evolution of their product. Before I had the pleasure of sitting down with Tom Kita, lead software engineer at … Continue reading “How Red Frog Events Increased On-Site Event Revenue by 200%”

Faster and Cheaper by going IT alone

Paradigm Housing Group is one of the leading housing providers in the South East of England, managing over 14,000 homes across 33 UK local authorities. When we started over 20 years ago, we already knew that we would have to build a number of systems in-house because, as the first large-scale voluntary transfer (LSVT) in … Continue reading “Faster and Cheaper by going IT alone”

Why Don’t Users Ever Know What They Want?

We’ve all been there. In the heat of an IT project – be it greenfield, modernization or just a little “tweak” – users provide you with their requirements. Everything seems to be so clear and obvious that you write up the specifications for the user, and they say it looks great. The project continues, and … Continue reading “Why Don’t Users Ever Know What They Want?”

Evaluating Your Technology Investment

At some point in your career, you may have encountered one or more of the following scenarios: Your CIO reads about a new industry solution that she feels will be a game changer and recommends that your company should be an early adopter so you are ahead of your competitors. You attend a presentation and … Continue reading “Evaluating Your Technology Investment”