How we integrate Base24 with REST using LightWave
Updated: Dec 29, 2022
User Presentation Highlight
Gustavo Martinez Red Link NonStop Engineering Head
TIC Software and NuWave have been actively helping NonStop users build successful applications using LightWave REST Product Suite. REST Web Service is one of the most versatile ways to modernize NonStop. It enables NonStop to interoperate with the Internet, other platforms, cloud services and third party software packages like Base24.
In our User Forum meeting, “Modernization via Web Services” we were privileged to have Mr. Gustavo Martinez from Red Link present his successful experience on integrating LightWave with Base24, the most popular financial application package to run on NonStop. This is a topic that is of great interest to many NonStop Base24 users. We believe that you will find it interesting. Enjoy!
If you would like to learn more about Base24, Gustavo will be presenting at the NonStop TBC 2020. For more info, follow the link below.
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Gustavo Martinez has over 22 years of experience in the NonStop space. He has a degree in Systems Engineering and has always been involved mainly with the financial industry. After working at Banelco he moved to Red Link where he is currently working. Gustavo has been working for more than 18 years at Red Link and today he is in charge of the NonStop Engineering department although he was in different positions, including the Head of the Innovation Lab. Focusing on having a team with a strong knowledge of different products and technologies that can be used with NonStop, Base24 and all of the ecosystem that support the platform.
TIC Software, a New York-based company specializing in software and services that integrate NonStop with the latest technologies, including Web Services, .NET and Java. Prior to founding TIC in 1983, Phil worked for Tandem Computer in technical support and software development.