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Two additional LANSA solutions receive IBM ServerProven certification

Two additional LANSA solutions receive IBM ServerProven certification


On Oct. 15, 2003, two additional LANSA products received the ServerProven seal of certification from IBM. LANSA has received ServerProven certification for LANSA UCCnet Direct and LANSA AS2 Direct. Previously certified LANSA solutions include LANSA Commerce Edition and LANSA Integrator.

The ServerProven program identifies third-party vendors who have a solution "proven" to have been successfully implemented and working for at least one customer. The ServerProven program provides potential buyers with confidence in their purchase of complete business solutions -- hardware, middleware and software -- that have been identified, validated, optimized and documented to run reliably on IBM servers.

Al Grega, LANSA's director of business development, said, "IBM's ServerProven program is really helping to make a customer's buying decisions a lot easier. LANSA solutions have always focused on solving real customer pains while leveraging in-house skills, and the IBM ServerProven program helps the world know and trust our solutions."

Potential customers may save up to $5,000 when they purchase a ServerProven solution and an IBM eServer. Rebate details and forms are available at

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 Dean Foods. For more information visit

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