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LANSA named UCC solution partner

LANSA named UCC solution partner


The Uniform Code Council Inc. (UCC) has named LANSA an inaugural partner of its new UCC Solution Partner Program. Announced Aug. 21, this program will certify that all UCC Solution Partners' products and services are in compliance with EAN.UCC System standards. These standards provide companies in 23 major industry verticals with a global business language that uniquely identifies products, assets, locations, and logistics units, and the corresponding electronic information, across the global supply chain. Participation in the program ensures that a partner's products meet the UCC community's standards. The program also provides a single resource where UCC members may locate software, hardware and consultants for implementation services that are UCC-certified.

Alan Christensen, vice president solution products for LANSA, said, "This new UCC Solution Partner program raises the bar for vendors that want to certify their product offerings for the global marketplace. We welcome this new program as it further quantifies LANSA's commitment to be a leader in Supply Chain automation solutions and strengthens our ability to work with other EAN.UCC systems such as AutoID U.S., LLC and RosettaNet."

About LANSA LANSA is a software company that helps customers enhance their business performance through the effective use of leading-edge technologies, services and solutions. LANSA's products provide offerings in the areas of application development, e-business solutions, technology integration and data access. LANSA has evolved into a powerful family of products and solutions that support IBM iSeries, AS/400, Windows, UNIX and Linux platforms. Founded in 1987, LANSA has over 6,700 installations in more than 67 countries including e-business solutions for world-leading companies like Visa, General Electric Appliances, Hershey Foods and Shell Canada. For more information visit

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