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Diverse Yellow Pages™ App to Boost Diverse Local Business – Sponsored by The Coca-Cola Company

Piscataway, NJ—Companies and individuals looking to support diverse and local businesses will now have a simple way to find them. The Diverse Yellow Pages (DiverseYP)™ app will instantly connect individuals to diverse, local, and micro businesses.

DiverseYP™ aims to democratize growth for diverse businesses that are small and local by allowing individuals to immediately find micro businesses to support, whether that is a restaurant, coffee shop, a hotel, or a taxi driver.

This novel concept has been launched with the support of Coca-Cola in Miami.

Fernando Hernandez, Global Leader, Supplier Diversity said, “The Coca-Cola company is inspired by the ways the concept is developed, supporting the diverse, local businesses. Individuals and corporate professionals can choose the diversity businesses they want to support, do the spend and create a difference to the local community. I see this platform as an avenue for local businesses that are underserved to survive and thrive!”

The DiverseYP app had been presented at a series of conferences like WBENC and NGLCC during the second week of November 2021. The app is already in use in Miami, where business professionals are excited to use it to connect with African American, Hispanic, LGBTQ+, Veteran, Women-owned, and other minority, and underserved businesses to see the impact of their spending in real time.

One of the features of the app that many corporate professionals value provides insight into their impact on diverse businesses and microeconomies. This insight supports professionals in their quest to build diversity and inclusion into their supply chain, enabling DiverseYP™ to foster both B2B and B2C connections.

When resources can be kept local, communities can build foundations for homegrown wealth generation and generational job growth which has been proven to reduce employment inequality. This will naturally allow business owners to invest money and resources back into their own neighborhoods, schools, and other infrastructure to enrich their community now and generations into the future.

Al Limaye, President of LSInextgen, is the owner of a diverse company. He is passionate about supporting diverse, local businesses and micro economies. “Money spent at local businesses tends to stay in the community fueling the local economic growth” he explains, increasing community economic health and local tax bases.

About LSI nextGen

LSI nextGen is an established technology company that has integrated thousands of systems, applications, and products for Fortune 100 companies in the US for over two decades.

Contact Information:

Aiswarya Sankar

+1 (732) 810-0741

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Mentoring is Key Driver in Helping Small Diverse Businesses Succeed

“In large blue-chip companies, we’re accustomed to working with other blue-chip companies,” said Flemmich, vice president, Enabling Services Procurement, who has been mentoring one of Bristol Myers Squibb’s (BMS) small, diverse suppliers. “We get used to the way things are done, the way to gain influence within an organization, the way to conduct a polished pitch or presentation. Smaller companies that haven’t been exposed to the big-business approach don’t always understand how to navigate those bigger companies. And that can lead to missed opportunities,” said Flemmich.

Flemmich always wanted to help small businesses—especially diverse suppliers, who are a priority for BMS—make those crucial connections and, once made, capitalize on them. He had been offering ad hoc advice and feedback to small businesses for some time. Then he met Al Limaye, founder, CEO and president of LSInextGen, a global minority owned business providing integration services in technologies such as Qualtrics, Veeva, AI/Machine Learning, BlockChain; reselling for SAP, Oracle; IT staff augmentation and more.

Tony saw potential and decided to formalize the habit of partnering with purpose into a regimented, consistent mentoring opportunity. In LSInextGen, Flemmich saw a company with an abundance of ideas for the IT business. “Al is always trying to find problems to solve,” Flemmich said. “Is there some need in the supply chain, or for sales force engagement? Where else might he find a niche to fill?” Currently, for example, Limaye is working with Rondu Vincent, Executive Director, Global Supplier Diversity & Sustainability, on a supplier diversity reporting solution.

Flemmich and Limaye meet every four to six weeks to discuss Limaye’s latest ideas, the status of his business and areas for growth. The two set up an agenda before each meeting to ensure the most important topics are covered, said Limaye.

“I’m an Excel and process guy,” said Limaye, “so our agenda also includes a spreadsheet with details we need to tackle.” Limaye uses his conversations with Flemmich to gain insight into whether his company is meeting a unique need, ROI or what its services cost.

For his part, Flemmich dispenses enough advice to get things started. “I give the company an opening, and then Al goes after it! I also provide advice on how to present to and influence those stakeholders solely based on problems it will solve,” Said Flemmich. Limaye then identifies the problem he’s trying to solve and determines how that resonates with the business unit.

Flemmich and Limaye’s mentoring relationship started in early 2019 and has yielded numerous results for LSInextGen. “Specifically, introducing a new concept on product recalls and cost savings-based services for Veeva to BMS stakeholders. His advice also helped us gain more insights in the pharmaceutical industry helping us onboard another big pharmaceutical client in these COVID-19 times,” Limaye said.

Limaye would love to see the mentoring program grow even more within BMS. “Why not expand this concept? Such relationships are win-win not only for the suppliers being mentored, but also what we can give back to the organization in terms of white glove service. We get to know the organization better. Instead of providing generic services, we are able to customize it for client’s business problems,” Limaye said. “As per 2019 SBA data, small businesses add as many as 1.6M jobs each year and responsible for major portion of innovations. I hope other mentors jump onboard.”

Flemmich says he loves mentoring for purely altruistic reasons. “I do it for the benefit of the recipient,” he said. “My personal reward is seeing a small and diverse business grow. There is nothing better.”

LSInextGen has been a supplier to BMS for over three years, and the relationship has since blossomed. Not only has Limaye’s network within BMS grown, but today, he is a key participant at various BMS supplier diversity community outreach events. He has also accompanied our Government Affairs team to talk about supplier diversity on Capitol Hill during the “We Work for Health” summit in coordination with the Pharmaceutical Research and Manufacturers of America (PhRMA). During this time, Limaye also interacted with CEO Giovani Caforio.

As the BMS supplier diversity team continues its journey towards spending $1 billion with small and diverse businesses, mentoring forms a strong part of its core strategy. Through meaningful partnerships, the program continues to make a transformative impact while building trust and supplying change.

About LSInextGen and Al Limaye:

Al Limaye founded LSInextGen in 1993, and since then he has turned it from a small startup into one of the fastest growing private companies in America. It has received numerous recognitions including being listed 25 on Deloitte & Touche list of the fastest 50 technology companies in New Jersey. LSInextGen is a certified MBE and a corporate member of NMSDD.

Limaye brings with him years of experience including two MS degrees in Computer Science and Mechanical Engineering and managerial experience working with AT&T and Lucent Technologies prior to forming his own company.

Limaye has served on several boards including the Pace University’s Ivan G. Seidenberg School of Computer Science and the Middlesex County Chamber of Commerce in NJ, where he spearheaded its Information Technology Committee. Limaye currently serves as an Executive Board member of TiE, a global network of entrepreneurs and professionals heading its expansion in New Jersey.  He is also currently serving on the board of Diversity Alliance for Science, focusing on promoting economic growth of small and diverse suppliers within life science and healthcare industries.

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Checklist: Do You Need a Project Management Solution? 

Project management (PM) software plays a critical role in the successful implementation of a new solution or task resolution. In fact, a study by Hive found that 77 percent of high-performing projects use project management software. So, if projects are more successful using PM software, why aren’t more companies using it?

The answers are as unique as each company, with one of the top responses being that there is a general misunderstanding of how project management impacts your services. But, how do you know if a project management software solution is truly right for your business?

Start with the questions below, checking off any you can say YES to:

Do you have visibility on each step of a product or process deployment? 

Do you have a way to tell who is responsible for each task? 

Can you organize your tasks into projects to eliminate chaos and confusion? 

Can you easily track time spent on a project for accurate billing? 

Can your team see which deadlines are approaching and prioritize their workload? 

Can your team collaborate and share information in a single location? 

Do your team members know their timeline before they begin a project? 

Can you or your team quickly identify gaps in your deliverables? 

Can you identify projects holds and quickly determine why they occur? 

Do you have a way to generate reports based on the completed projects? 

How many did you check off? The answer will determine how immediate your need is for a project management solution.

0-3: You need a project management software solution ASAP. You’re likely losing valuable time, money and resources on projects that you don’t quite have a handle on. You’re missing deadlines and struggling to get the entire team on board with process changes. By adopting a PM solution, you’ll gain visibility and control over your projects and deployments – helping you keep on schedule and budget.

4-7: You have a handle on some things, but you’re likely losing valuable visibility when it comes to where projects are being held up or how your team’s time is being spent. Don’t let a deployment come to a screeching halt because your teams don’t communicate about when a task has been completed and when another task should begin. A PM solution will help your team stay on the same page and work towards a common goal – total project euphoria.

8-10: You have a handle on most things, but do you have a comprehensive solution that lets you assign tasks, track time, create project reports and manage timelines all in one place? A PM solution makes it easier to monitor and manage your team and work together across different departments. Cut out the costs of adopting multiple software programs when a single solution can help you streamline and optimize your business.

To learn more about project management software, which solution is right for your business and how we can help, contact LSInextGen today.

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Identifying the Right SAP Solutions Partner

SAP Partner

Streamlining productivity and improving processes is an extensive journey and – without the right partner at your side – can be full of distractions. You need someone who not only helps you overcome obstacles but acts as your guide to business growth. 

SAP offers top-of-the-line technology solutions designed to make your journey easier, but knowing which solutions you need and having the right resource to deploy them can make all the difference for the success of your implementation. That’s why identifying the right SAP solutions partner for the job should be one of your first steps.  

Here are some questions you should ask yourself before signing any contracts: 

What’s your budget? 

Simply by partnering with the right business, you can experience significant savings on the solutions you need to propel your business forward. Monthly payments are flexible, but annual payments save you more money on average. That’s because most companies bundle multiple services when you purchase an annual plan – giving you more for less. 

SAP provides two different tiers of partnerships – Silver and Gold. By affiliating with an SAP Silver or Gold Partner, you can receive SAP solutions for a lower price because these businesses leverage long-standing business relationships to win you deals and help you avoid solutions that won’t actually resolve your roadblocks. 

How involved do you need your partner to be?   

You’re an expert when it comes to your business, but how well can you navigate uncharted waters? A reliable SAP solutions partner leads you through every step of the implementation process – from the first consultation meeting to post-project deployment.   

That’s because a reliable partner knows your success is directly related to how closely your process is monitored. They sit down and listen to your goals and needs, then create a strategy that leverages the latest technology to help you meet and exceed your objectives. But their involvement doesn’t end there. They meet with you quarterly and annually to establish the next steps for your business.  

Is diversity important when choosing a partner? 

Sometimes you can become so focused on a problem that you overlook the different ways to overcome it. By adding diversity to your partnerships, you’ll gain opportunities for new and improved ways of resolving your toughest challenges. 

With a minority business enterprise value-added reseller, you can rest assure you’re not only getting the best-of-the-best professionals, but you’ll leverage a variety of ideas positioned to boost your business success. A diverse group of professionals bring different backgrounds and expertise to your growth strategy and use that experience to drive fresh ideas for your business challenges. 

As an SAP Gold Partner, LSInextGen can help you leverage real-time data to enhance your analytics and streamline your processes. We’ve helped hundreds of businesses in all industries enhance their infrastructure through the power of SAP. Plus, we’re the only minority business enterprise value-added reseller in North America. For more information on how LSInextGen can boost your business, contact us today.  

Is It Time for a Rebrand?


Competition is everywhere, and you need more than a great service offering to break through all the noise. You need a strong reputation and a corporate identity – this is your brand. If you’re not being heard in a crowded field of competitors, revamping your identity through strategic branding can help you thrive. But how do you know it’s the right time for a rebrand? 

Rebranding typically takes place when there is a significant change within an organization. It can be driven by something as obvious as a name change prompted by a merger, or it could be the result of a change in an organization’s business model, mix of products or target audience. With almost every company, a rebrand is bound to happen eventually, yet a successful rebrand depends on timing. Here are five major signs it might be time for a rebrand: 


  1. You’re Failing to Differentiate Yourself  

Branding is all about competitive differentiation. Creating an identity within a niche doesn’t require a revolutionary idea. It simply needs to have one special thing that separates it from the competition. What’s your unique product, service, or selling point? Once you take the time to figure out what that is, you can center your brand around it to gain recognition over time.  


  1. Your Brand is Overly Complicated  

What information and feelings does your branding give at first sight? If people are confused about what youre trying to portray, they won’t stick around to figure it out. The only thing more confusing than not having a unified brand is a brand that sends multiple messages. When it comes to branding, increased complexity means decreased cohesiveness – and for the prospect, that’s confusing. The best way to fix this problem is with a rebrand. Make sure your new message is clear, cohesive and consistent.  


  1. Your Business Strategy Has Changed 

When you started your business, you probably established a set of values that served as the foundation for your strategic objectives. However, as your business grew, your values also evolved. Whether it’s unforeseen market opportunities or changes in technology, business models change – and that’s a good thing. The key is making sure your brand keeps up. Whether your company moved away from the original vision or merely expanded on it, your brand needs to reflect these changes. Adapt everything, including your HR policy, customers, products, and identity to be in line with your new philosophy and strategy.  


  1. Your Company Merges with Another 

Mergers and acquisitions are always new opportunities for a rebranding. Yet 70 to 90 percent of mergers fail due to poor brand alignment, which ultimately creates confusion. The key to a successful rebrand is uncovering the shared DNA of the two companies. Think about the “why” and “how” two separately successful companies can bring value to your clients and prospects as a single entity. A successful rebrand focuses your company’s vision and portrays who you are now as a unit.  


  1. You’re Struggling to Raise Your Prices 

Your brand ultimately boils down to customer perception. An effective brand can influence the market price of its goods or services because of the reputation it has developed in the minds of customers. Why do we pay double for Starbucks coffee when we could get it much cheaper elsewhere? The ingredients may be slightly different, but fundamentally, their reputation and supporting brand are responsible for the premium we’re willing to pay. By rebranding, you can reshape the way your customers perceive you and raise the asking price of your services accordingly.  


Building a brand is tough, and repositioning your brand can be even more challenging. However, if you take the time to think about why you need to rebrand, the process will be practically seamless. Remember, your brand is a story that’s always being told. You have the power to not only drive that story but to change it if your message isn’t quite right – the pen is in your hands.  

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Tips on Successfully Motivating Millennials in the Workplace

motivating millennials in the workplace

In popular media, the word Millennial is thrown around as a synonym for young people in general. But in reality, the term Millennial specifically speaks to people who are born between 1982 and 2000 (ages 19-36).

They’re defined by historic, technological and cultural events including:

  • Having an Internet connection in their home as a child
  • Growing up in the post 9/11 era and the Great Recession
  • Feeling impacted by the rise of Google, social media, online dating and e-commerce
  • Growing up in after-school sports, arts or educational programs instead of being latchkey kids
  • Being raised in a more egalitarian household than previous generations

This is a generation with high expectations of their employers – but they also set high standards for themselves, and by 2020, millennials will account for nearly half of the workforce. Baby Boomer, Flower Children and Gen Xer business owners need to have strategies in place to help develop the leaders of tomorrow.

Take a look at these tips for guiding the next generation and how to adapt the modern workplace to set Millennials up for success:

Allow for Self-Directed Growth Opportunities

Millennials enjoy a workplace that demonstrates a commitment to employee growth. A tip for companies is to create a compensation or organizational structure that allows Millennials to set business-based and personal goals. Creating a personal development plan for growth within the company will keep employees engaged and focused with the ability to seek a long-lasting future within the business.

Have a Positive, Proactive Company Mission and Vision

According to a 2016 survey by Deloitte, Millennials feel that 75 percent of businesses are focused solely on their own agendas rather than helping to improve society. To prove them wrong, companies need to be charitable and show a vested interest in social activism. This includes encouraging the charitability of employees by regularly donating, adding a social responsibility focus to their mission, or going on team outings to focus on giving back to the causes and communities they care about.

Adopt a Flexible Working Environment

Millennials often seek a flexible work-life balance in terms of the hours they work and the location they work from. In fact, this is so important to them that they would rather be rewarded in this way than by monetary compensation. Flexible working hours give people a better relationship with work and allow them to focus on the quality of the results they achieve, rather than how many hours they spend in the office. It also gives them the time and headspace to think more creatively and to focus on a task without the constant distractions that offices often cultivate.

Break Down Traditional Hierarchies

Millennials love to disrupt the work game by embracing transparency, openness and authenticity. They need to be given free rein to get their creative juices flowing, leverage fresh ideas and overperform. It is important to provide them with that open environment and trust that they won’t misuse the freedom. It is up to you and your management team to decide to what extent freedom is acceptable, and in what form.

Like every generation before them, Millennials face big challenges as they continue to enter the workforce. But more importantly, employers need to take a step back and realize that by helping their employees succeed, they find success too. A more positive work environment helps superstar Millennial talent flourish because they feel supported by their leaders and teammates – that’s a workforce that will drive everyone forward.

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Put Your Intellectual Property Value Ahead Of IT Innovation


Innovation comes in countless shapes and forms.

Whether considered from a technology products and solutions standpoint or in terms of developing and advancing a company’s business, services, and culture, the role of solutions providers should be front and center.

In its 2018 IT Channels and Alliances Predictions study, research firm IDC states:

“By 2020, intellectual property will define the business models, the relations between partners and the value of the distribution channel. And manufacturers will be ‘judged’ by their capacity to integrate and extend the IPs of their partners.”

That’s great news, of course, provided the channel is prepared to effectively assume the responsibilities and deliver on corresponding expectations. As trusted advisors of our customers, we’ll take the brunt of the blame, perhaps deservedly, in the wake of a crisis. It’s our brands on the line, more so than ever today, given we’re putting increasingly complex solutions together.

That’s why it’s incumbent upon us to vet partners in much deeper ways to literally know what they offer and will do for us or on our behalf — under all types of circumstances that may arise. We must have no doubt the vendors we choose to support truly have our backs.

You may say this always has been important or critical, and you’re right.


Quenching The Thirst

What’s different is the backdrop. The unprecedented thirst for innovation and the opportunity to quench it for years to come. With transformation on the tongues of decision makers in every industry and vertical market, you cannot possibly be thinking otherwise. Here are three points to keep in mind as you weigh your options and overall strategic direction:

  1. Instead of trying to address each and every pain point a customer may experience, sharpen the focus in areas that are particularly well suited for your own emerging business model.
  1. Start with you, your value add today, and what you conclude it should become. You can’t completely ignore the fixations of current customers and what they want to do, but it could be a colossal misstep if that’s your starting point.
  1. Align with vendor partners you can trust from both IT and intellectual property value perspectives, where the advantages skew your way instead of the other way around.


Reinvent Or Restore?

If you’re not yet reinventing your core value, at some juncture you’ll likely face an uphill climb toward restoring solvency. Our own company’s resurgence and rebranding may yield some useful insights.

We see our firm as unique for a variety of reasons that include our status as a certified MBE (minority business enterprise) VAR. We always have placed strong emphasis on embracing diversity in thought, approach, as well as solutions because it’s the right thing to do. We’re also playing a lead role in helping our customers apply the same types of principles and advantages through the intellectual property we combine with any leading software platform and applications.

This type of partnership means we can get to market faster with turnkey offerings that meet the heightened need for — and often untapped value of — diversity across all enterprises and industries. In short, we’re striving to fill a void that is calling out loud and clear, as this Forbes article attests, from all directions: hiring, developing, and leading.

Diversity, in our eyes, is what makes our company stronger and we know it will be among the most vital elements in the long-term success of our customers — all of them seeking transformation in one form or another. If they don’t put people first in the equation, that will undoubtedly bite back harder than almost any technological breakdown.


Prove It, Then Deliver

We also know most companies aren’t looking to make giant leaps of faith into unchartered waters, regardless of how enticing any innovation may appear. They want — and deserve — empirical evidence of what our IP can do for them. They also want to focus their energy on growing and managing their business, not their IT.

The challenges and demands the channel faces are, at least in one sense, not dissimilar to what other types of companies face amidst the tectonic shifts that are forever redefining social and workforce trends as well as consumer and B2B markets. That’s why no solutions provider can afford to continue warming the seats of complacency. After all, we’re not just chartered with revolutionizing our own business models and services; we must do the same for our customers.

In the end, it’s a combination of proven intellectual property, solid platforms, and dependable partnerships that will not only endure but thrive in this new test of time. Your IP will be the biggest difference maker, packaged as a service. Beware all the waves of disruption that can easily distract from such an urgent call to action, yet enterprises are primed for this approach. They crave intelligence and analytics to make better all-around decisions. Show them the way.

In the end, it’s not about IP, IT, R&D, or any other type of innovation. It’s about doing the most important things best and practically everything else better.

Capitalize by staying above the fray and by bringing proven as well as practical (and possibly everlasting) new intellectual property value to the forefront.

Logistic Solutions Inc., at WWFH 2018

Logistic Solutions Inc., (LSI)’s President Al Limaye with Giovanni Caforio – CEO of Bristol-Myers Squibb (BMS) and Elizabeth Elizabete Miranda – President & CEO of CQ Fluency.



Additionally, Al Limaye with Rondu Vincent – Director of Supplier Diversity at BMS and Chris Baggett – Director of Federal Government Affairs and Political Strategy at BMS.


LSI President Al Limaye with Joaquin Duato, Vice Chairman of Executive Committees at Johnson & Johnson, and Ken Frazier, CEO of Merck, at the 2018 We Work for Health Summit in Washington, DC


The final image shows those who received awards at the 2018 We Work for Health Summit in Washington, DC.


Logistic Solutions Inc., (LSI) attended the WWFH Summit again this year and Bristol-Myers Squibb CEO Giovanni Caforio and team were instrumental in LSI’s attendance at this prestigious event. This year’s discussion included importation of medications and changes to parts B & D of Medicare. As a preferred minority supplier in the pharmaceutical field, it was extremely important for LSI to weigh in on these relevant topics. Logistic Solutions Inc., would like to extend a thank you to Bristol-Myers Squibb and their team for providing us with the opportunity to be one of a select few to represent New Jersey. We will continue to help impact the community in a positive way.

For the second consecutive year, LSI has been a part of the WWFH Summit, a meeting with conversations with congressmen and women from 14 different states. The two day long discussions raise concern about legislation in the pharmaceutical field. LSI is a preferred minority supplier in the pharmaceutical field, and was one of a handful representing New Jersey in talks that discussed importation of medication and changes to medicare.

The conversation leaves an impression one our most important resource, people. Local businesses, officials, and families all gave input as to what they believed would have the best impact on the community. Halting changes that would make life more difficult for individuals that need certain medication is a pressing issue, and events like these continue to give the people input in the political world. Moving forward, LSI will continue to support and help voice the opinions of our employees, neighbors, and community

Top Strategic Priorities for CIOS with SAP HANA in 2018

As we enter a new year, we have already begun to see the technological landscape shift dramatically. Driven largely by digitization, new technologies, and rapidly increasing data sets, the modern CIO must deliver business value. They must drive innovation. CIOs and IT leaders have the opportunity to deliver more value than ever before. The most successful CIOs are those that recognize and adapt to these evolving challenges and opportunities.


Data Security :

More organizations are experiencing cyberattacks within their networks as devices become connected and more public information is stored in the cloud. IT leaders must place a strategic focus and budget money to address protecting their company information. Data protection will be at the forefront of cybersecurity strategies in 2018. Security in SAP HANA means protecting important data from unauthorized access and ensures that the standards and compliance meet as security standard adopted by the company. To manage secure data access and protect corporate information, SAP HANA provides a comprehensive security framework and tooling for authentication and single sign-on, authorization and role management, user and identity management, audit logging, secure configuration and encryption.


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Merck’s Economic Inclusion Supplier of the Year Award

We are also the proud recipient of “Merck’s Economic Inclusion Supplier of the Year Award ”. A journey of thousand miles begins with a single step and LSI is happy and proud to have gotten to the place where we currently are. It has been a wonderful experience working with Merck and its leaders who have been pivotal to our growth. Merck, noticed our relentless efforts in succeeding every opportunity we grab and came forward to help us grow. We got our strings attached with Merck in 2014 as a Software Reseller and by being flexible and client centric in our approach, we have created further stronger bonds within Merck on its potential business opportunities and helped Merck overcome or solve its business problems by applying right technology solutions.



Software Reseller Service & Installs-Configurations:

The LSI group is satisfied software reseller service provider which stands as the top software service providers in North America to report their accomplishment of being granted the SAP Gold Partner status with Minority Business Enterprise (MBE) supplier in software services. As the main counselling association committed to furnishing mid-showcase clients with best in class SAP value added reseller services, SAP and SAS implementation services, SAP and SAS installation and configuration services to convey best practices in business activities, this respect speaks to our exceptionally talented group’s tireless drive to accomplish higher guidelines. Notwithstanding being perceived as a standout amongst the best SAP and SAS implementation services in north America accomplices for mid-advertise SAP clients, LSI is additionally yearly granted the refinement of being viewed as one of the best MBE value added resellers (VARs) in the country. Not exclusively do these accomplishments speak to our sense of duty regarding SAP, they are likewise an impression of the esteem we give to customers. For a long time, LSI has been respected for its solid corporate culture concentrated on giving streamlined and mechanized ERP frameworks, related programming, data innovation (IT) arrangements and support, to undertakings inside the assembling, discount conveyance, and online retail ventures.

Being a Software reseller services provider in north America it takes its privilege in considering the projects with and as MBE Oracle partner, MBE Microsoft partner, BMC software vendors, EMC software vendors, ZIMWARE software vendors, dassault systems resellers and fulfils all the IT software solutions in north America. It takes into consideration the services regarding the MBE software reseller services and provides Oracle reseller services in North America. We are expertized in solving the Microsoft and Dassualt installation and configuration services.

To expand its range of services it also includes Big data and analytics solutions. Out of the leading Big data and analytics consulting companies LSI contribute the professional big data and business analytics services and stands top amongst the big data and analytics services in North America.

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