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Ladybridge Systems Ltd

Website: http://www.ladybridge.com

Ladybridge Systems was founded in 1992 by former Prime Computer personnel and is headquartered in Hardingstone, Northampton, England. To date, Ladybridge Systems provides training, consultancy, development, and maintenance services to MultiValue databases in the UK and worldwide. While the OpenQM MultiValue database is their primary area of activity, they are an IBM business partner providing services to users of IBM's UniVerse and UniData products.

Ladybridge Systems remains a small privately owned company, offering a personal level of service to clients around the world. As a member of the TRUST Group, a network of independent computer companies working together, they are able to offer the vast range resources of a large company while still maintaining the direct, friendly approach of a small business. This also allows Ladybridge Systems to operate with very low overhead and offer high-value services to organizations at much lower charges.


The MultiValue Database Developers and User Conference 2015

PGA National, Palm Beach, FL
April 13th-16th 2015


Booth No: 14

UK based Ladybridge Systems was founded in 1992 and is best known for the OpenQM multivalue database product which grew out of an embedded database package for bespoke application development. Launched into the general market in 2001, OpenQM has users worldwide encompassing a wide range of industries and is continuing to evolve, taking multivalue where it has never been before. Ladybridge Systems has recently appointed Zumasys as worldwide sales and marketing partner.


Title: Writing a Mail Server in QMBasic
Speaker: Martin Phillips
Ladybridge Systems Ltd
Date/Time: Monday 3:30 PM-4:30 PM
Room 3

Servers are under constant attack from hackers trying to gain access. This session will look at OpenQM features that allow implementation of a mail server that provides complete control of security and can be integrated into a business application. We will explore use of network sockets in QMBasic, including simultaneous use of multiple sockets and socket inheritance, and see how careful programming can close the door on unwanted infiltration.

Title: Data Collections - Welcome to the Fourth Dimension (and beyond)…
Speaker: Martin Phillips
Ladybridge Systems Ltd
Date/Time: Tuesday 3:30 PM-4:30 PM
Room 1

Data representations such as JSON and XML have the ability to extend well beyond the three dimensions supported by the multivalue data model. Processing such data efficiently in a multivalue application can present challenges when needing to parse or update large multi-dimensional data items.

This session introduces the concept of Data Collections that use extensions to the familiar multivalue environment to store and manipulate arbitrarily multi-dimensional data.

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