LANSA | August 13, 2021
LANSA, provider of the most powerful and efficient developer-centric hybrid low-code platform, is pleased to introduce its newest Visual LANSA compatible solution - Portalize. LANSA is trusted by thousands of organizations around the world because its hybrid low-code solutions are fast to deploy and easy to maintain. Portalize further simplifies and accelerates application development for developers using Visual LANSA.
Portalize is the world's first fully functional, customizable, highly secure and scalable portal framework built on a low-code platform. This enterprise-ready solution helps developers save time by offering complex features that would typically require months to develop.
To celebrate the launch, LANSA is providing Portalize source code free to customers purchasing a Visual LANSA license through September 30.
Some key features of Portalize include:
Advanced features making it easy for users to navigate safely
Security features such as IP monitoring and banning, bolstered by rigorous third-party security testing
Numerous user features, such as login, create an account, forgot password, security validation questions, update user profile, and set preferences
Administration features, including managing user accounts, security settings, email notifications, Google analytics, and session logging
"We've taken Visual LANSA, the most powerful and efficient Low Code Platform for developers and leveraged it to provide a giant leap in acceleration for those wanting to build very simple to the most complex enterprise portals. The value offered between Visual LANSA and Portalize for portal development is unparalleled in the industry," said Craig Trautman, General Manager, at LANSA.
"For years, LANSA has been helping customers build their custom web portals. We have seen the usual challenges, along with the support customers needed to deliver a successful project. So we took our experience and developed a complete software development toolkit for web portal development that is ready to be customized and tackles these challenges right out of the box. You get the code with all the best-practice methods needed to develop the custom web portal for your business needs," said LANSA's Product Marketing Manager Jose Caso.
LANSA is a low-code, high-productivity software development platform for mobile, web, and desktop applications. Visual LANSA's unique low-code development platform, system integration, and digital transformation technologies reduce hand-coding, support multiple languages, and empower development teams to build applications up to 10 times faster. More than 8,000 organizations in 65 countries use LANSA's platform to develop, maintain, and integrate their business applications, ensuring a consistent look and feel with minimal coding. Customers include JPMorgan Chase, Kawasaki, TruGreen, Vistar, and Walt Disney, among others. LANSA is a division of Idera, Inc.
Google | December 21, 2020
One of the things that Apple and iOS can hold over the Android biological system is the means by which quick OS reports on iPhones and iPad are introduced. In any case, contrasted with the bounty of potential equipment accessible in the Android biological system, Apple is confined to a moderately more modest set.
It has been an issue with Android from the beginning, and in 2017, Google found a way to make the update cycle smoother with Project Treble, which split the OS structure off from the low-level seller usage in every handset.
Furthermore, it worked, to a degree.
As Google clarified in a blog entry on Wednesday, when an Android OS discharge occurs, Google distributes a conventional picture from the open-source form of Android that is destined to be in reverse viable with the earlier three adaptations of merchant executions. New gadgets should likewise have seller executions that are viable with the nonexclusive pictures.
"This is the essential vehicle for lessening discontinuity inside the OS system," Google said.
"Other than the reuse of a seller execution across OS refreshes, the Treble engineering likewise encourages the re-utilization of a similar OS system code across various merchant usage."
Be that as it may, this image gets a lot murkier for an organization like Qualcomm, who needs to help a large number of its distinctive framework on-chip (SoC) items, and gadget creators buying the silicon.
"The outcome is that three years past the dispatch of a chipset, the SoC merchant would need to help up to six blends of OS structure programming and seller usage. The designing expenses related with this help restricted the span for which SoC merchants offered Android OS programming support on a chipset," Google said.
"The core of the issue was that, while gadget prerequisites were never retroactive, the necessities for SoCs were. For instance on Android Pie, SoCs needed to help two variants of the Camera HAL API on a chipset on the off chance that it was utilized to help new gadget dispatches and overhauls."
Fintech | October 23, 2020
A month ago, money related innovation supplier Quavo, Inc. delivered their progressive contest the executives AI, ARIA™ (Automated Reasonable Investigation Agent), for giving money related establishments and administration associations. ARIA is the sole SaaS stage utilizing AI and robotization to direct question examinations as a human would, while remaining completely agreeable.
"Our team spent years developing ARIA with the goal of revolutionizing the way the industry thinks about processing disputes," said COO and Co-Founder Joseph McLean. "ARIA's scalability is perfectly suited for large and growing FI's, especially during COVID-19, where staffing challenges and e-transactions are on the rise."
ARIA gathers the information legally necessary and organization commands to finish examinations in practically no time, incredibly lessening the time expected to determine contested exchanges. ARIA mechanizes the sensible examination measure by introducing AutoPay, AutoDeny, and allude choices progressively to account holders and operators over all channels and areas.
ARIA's AI innovation applies demonstrated calculations to expand proficiency and reserve funds per exchange for banks, credit associations, and other fintech organizations. ARIA settles on her choices dependent on three factors, the probability of genuine extortion, probability of well disposed misrepresentation, and certainty of the examination information.
Quavo's misrepresentation and debate specialists offer proceeded with assistance and backing to keep ARIA lined up with continually changing industry guidelines and orders. ARIA incorporates with all financial frameworks and center preparing stages, while likewise utilizing worked in APIs from backer dealer stages like Ethoca and Verifi.
"ARIA is the definition of intelligent automation. She grants FIs the ability to improve efficiency, reduce the processing cost per dispute, and eliminate losses," said Director of Sales and Marketing Brittany Usher. "She also returns decisions instantly which greatly increases cardholder satisfaction. With ARIA, issuers allocate more time and resources to their core business initiatives."
Quavo is an industry driving supplier of robotized misrepresentation and debate answers for money related organizations. Quavo offers full, start to finish computerization programming for monetary questions, with complete Reg E and Reg Z consistence. Quavo's chief programming arrangements are QFD™ (Quavo Fraud and Disputes) and ARIA™ (Automated Reasonable Investigation Agent). QFD computerizes misrepresentation and debates preparing work processes, from admission to case goal. ARIA utilizes AI to direct the examination cycle and decide the result of extortion versus neighborly misrepresentation claims.