Utility Mage (Umage) uses a combination of highly scalable applications run in The Cloud and an Android app to deliver a seamless Software as a Service (Saas) experience for every type of user.
For the curious, Umage is built with Common Lisp. Much of the system’s code is generated by macro’s, so the system writes the system, if you can get your head around that. The database used is an in house creation, that can be describe as an “In Memory Persistent Hierarchical Database”. Data is automatically segregated based on licenses issued increasing scalability and security at the same time.