Inside Foundant – the Blog

Meet Claus Schmidt – Foundant’s Senior Software Developer

Having been born in Germany and enjoying some of those years in the Bavarian Alps, I was duly impressed by the mountains of Montana. A friend of mine had moved with his family to Bozeman, and during my first visit I spent a week backpacking in the Bob Marshall Wilderness. While standing on the Continental Divide looking West at the seemingly endless mountain ranges, I knew that …     Continue Reading »

What the heck is “The Cloud?”

By Chris Dahl, Foundant VP of Technology If “The Cloud” is confusing to you, don’t worry, you’re not alone. The concept of our work, our pictures, and our data floating around in a misty cotton ball somewhere is confusing to many people and, to some, it’s downright scary. But it doesn’t have to be. I came across a post on Mashable recently that gave some …     Continue Reading »

Continuous improvement … continuous improvement … continuous improvement … And 500 customers!

I’m not sure if I’ve used an exclamation point in a post before, but it’s definitely exciting to realize we’re approaching our 500th customer. From where I sit, though, what’s even more exciting is the value we are able to deliver to existing customers, to new customers, and to our internal teams. And I believe we are continuing to deliver more value, quicker than ever …     Continue Reading »

Continued Improvement in Product Development

We kicked off 2013 by releasing version 3.2.0 of Foundant GLM on January 2 – a great way to start the new year. This release, which came on the heels of a major release in December, included improvements to the look and feel of GLM, quite a few Idea Lab items submitted by our clients, and a handful of minor bug fixes.  We’re currently in …     Continue Reading »

From R&D – Through the Looking Glass

Remember your first flight? Whether or not we admit it, for most of us, it was probably interesting, if not exciting. And if the plane left on time, arrived on time, and your luggage made it, you were probably happy. The more often we fly, though, the more we notice little things that are annoying – lengthy check-in processes, less leg room, various surcharges, etc. …     Continue Reading »