LAS VEGAS, July 11, 2016 — Today at Cisco Live, Cisco’s annual IT and communications conference, LaSalle Solutions announced that it is demonstrating new features and an improved user interface for the company’s LAMP platform in Booth 1231. LAMP is LaSalle’s market-leading cloud-based toolset that provides versatile solutions for asset and maintenance contract management.
Cisco Live offers a unique combination of in-depth technical education, training and cutting-edge insight from the experts and organizations that are setting the agenda for the future of technology and business.
LaSalle engineers took advantage of the weekend leading up to Cisco Live to achieve Cisco Certified Internetwork Expert Data Center (CCIE Data Center) certification. This accomplishment certifies the expert-level skills required for the planning, design, implementation and management of complex, modern IT data center infrastructures. Professionals who achieve CCIE Data Center certification have demonstrated their technical skills at the highest level using industry best practices.
“We are thrilled to again participate in Cisco Live,” said Steven Robb, president of the solutions group at LaSalle Solutions. “We strive to ensure we have the tools to enable our customers to access the information they need, so we are proud of our engineers for achieving their CCIE Data Center certification. We are also excited to roll out our new LAMP interface and updates at the World of Solutions in booth 1231. These updates will make it easier than ever for our customers to order and manage Cisco equipment.”
As a leading provider of technology lifecycle asset management services, LaSalle Solutions delivers complete solutions that complement Cisco services through asset discovery, management and maintenance contract accuracy and optimization using LAMP.
LAMP enables customers to view and manage their maintenance contracts and asset information in one place and in real time. With LAMP, customers quickly and efficiently report on and plan for equipment operations, migrations and upgrades. Customers using LAMP also experience decreased downtime, compliance assurance and improved operational business outcomes.
The new LAMP interface has been updated with a cleaner, more modern design that will provide a more consistent experience across all user devices, with new notification features for both the web and mobile platforms.
“At LaSalle we know that the right perspective changes everything, and we want to continue to provide our customers with better results and unlock the efficiency potential buried in the details of their data,” said Robb.