CHICAGO – Today Imaginary Landscape announced the signing of a web development agreement with Indianapolis-based OpenObject Corporation, an industry leader in cloud delivery of IBM Software-as-a-Service products. Under the terms of the agreement, Imaginary will assist in the design, programming and maintenance of new client portal technology.
"The OpenObject technology is impressive at tracking the real-time utilization of IBM SaaS products. This requires a sophisticated system for processing large amounts of raw data," said Brian Moloney, managing partner of Imaginary Landscape. "Our role is to take the resulting output and make it available to OpenObject clients within a secure portal. This will allow OpenObject clients the ability to analyze usage and trends and facilitate decision making."
Ben Chodroff, chief technology officer for OpenObject notes, "We began to build our client portal with Django due to the ease of use and rich capabilities. However, we needed additional expertise to meet our customer expectations. Imaginary Landscape not only provides us with Django expertise but insightful architectural, design, and implementation choices that have impressed our customers. Imaginary Landscape not only understands our current goals but is also helping us define where we should go next."
About Imaginary Landscape
Founded in 1995, Chicago-based Imaginary Landscape is a leading web development, design and strategy provider for healthcare, association, manufacturing and start-up businesses. Imaginary Landscape is a pioneer in the use of the Django web framework and has extensive expertise in Python programming, system administration and hosting, user interface and design, and information architecture.
About OpenObject Corporation
OpenObject (formerly known as CloudOne) delivers on-demand Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) and Virtual Private Cloud solutions for IBM® software tools to meet the needs of all industry verticals and variably sized organizations. Cummins, Panasonic, Hilton, CVS/Caremark, US Army, Shell, Xerox, Deloitte, Delphi Automotive, Harman/Kardon, McDonald's and other organizations worldwide rely on OpenObject's cloud-based IBM SaaS services to make their infrastructure work on-demand.
Started in 2009, the company is privately owned and headquartered in Indianapolis, IN. OpenObject speeds the development of IBM® technologies with no up-front capital, so companies “pay as they go” on a monthly subscription saving them money on infrastructure, staffing and configuration costs while creating a dynamic, elastic environment to facilitate global collaboration, visibility and consistency.