Many organizations that run their enterprise applications on IBM i servers also use a variety of Microsoft products around the edge. However these technologies are often incompatible, meaning silos are created, data flow is obstructed and end-users get frustrated. While each system serves a useful purpose, operating in a mixed mode incurs hidden costs and complexities that hinder business efficiency. LANSA has developed a software development platform that optimises the interoperability of this mixed environment that allows your computer systems to become agile.
With LANSA, you can create amazing new applications and breathe new life into legacy systems. Your business can innovate faster and become more adaptable to change. LANSA provides the software development platform, tools, advice, training and support – all in a one-stop package.
LANSA is a leading provider of rapid application development, legacy application modernization and application integration software. LANSA's powerful suite of cross-platform development tools lets organizations overcome the complexity inherent in creating and maintaining business applications.
iFusion.net is the software platform that combines IBM and Microsoft technologies to form a unified architecture. The design is a fusion of your tailor-made legacy systems with Microsoft solutions like Office, SharePoint, SQL Server or .NET applications.
iFusion.net comprises a set of development tools and services designed for building business applications that will operate on IBM i servers, on Windows .NET servers and, most importantly, on platforms composed of a combination of both IBM i and Windows .NET servers with coupled resources from both.
iFusion.net lets you deliver composite applications utilizing your existing, and often ‘siloed’, programming resources from both your IBM i and Windows development teams, hence the term ‘iFusion.net’. Your new unified or ‘fused’ applications will present your users with a modern and intuitive interface that supports the way they really work, greatly improving their productivity.