Metro Technology Centers—known affectionately as Metro Tech—is one of the leading vocational schools in the Oklahoma City area, but their student portal hasn't always reflected that. Up until the last year, Metro Tech was operating on a legacy system – one of the first Oracle Cloud databases to reach the market. LSG Solutions transitioned from a decade-old database to the latest long-term release, all within record time.
Did you know that you can get automated, real-time notifications when a registered sex offender moves near an address you're interested in? LSG Solutions created an email alert system for the Oklahoma sex offender registry back in 2015, and we've continued to make improvements year after year.
Low code development has become increasingly popular thanks to its simplicity, speed, and convenience. Professional developers and power users alike can bypass meticulous hand-coding in favor of declarative features and drag-and-drop options. In this guide, we'll compare two popular low code platforms: Microsoft Power and Oracle APEX.
Last year, the Department of Justice issued nearly $1.2 million to Oklahoma agencies to improve sex offender registry and tracking systems. This includes $399,047 for the Oklahoma Department of Corrections. LSG Solutions is currently in the beginning stages of implementing these modernization efforts and improving the user experience for law enforcement officials.
If you're following closely with Oracle Database releases, you're probably wondering why they jumped from 19c to 21c. What happened to 20c, and is 21c set to be the next terminal release?