Allegro consists of a staff of more than 30 technical professionals: experts in their own areas of programming, administration and project management.
Relying on one another as experts in each person's domain, every one of our staff has tremendous resources to answer even the toughest questions and provide industry-leading responsiveness.
Meet the experienced leaders behind Allegro's technical staff.
Michael Lonski, President
A founding member of Allegro, Mike Lonski has built his 4GL programming expertise in Progress since 1986. Starting in Progress version 3.2, Mike has successfully completed projects in locations ranging from the Pentagon and the U.S. Capitol Building to manufacturing shops all over the North American continent. Mike is an internationally known speaker on Progress RDBMS topics and author of Coding Smart, the Progress ADM2 book. His forte is in interfacing between real-world user requirements and technically-oriented solutions. Mike has taught, mentored and presented on Progress topics, small project estimation, and UI design on five continents.
Mike also applies his technical and executive skills towards open-source applications. He is a skilled implementer, trainer, and process manager for SugarCRM application software and technical editor for the recently published edition of SugarCRM for Dummies.
System design, architecture and integration, ADM2, teaching/mentoring on all aspects of Progress, UI design, SugarCRM process design, project and process management in Progress, Open Source (LAMP) and other technologies
Matt Stone, Vice President
Matt Stone is responsible for most of our operating system, database and security administration efforts. He helps Allegro and clients alike troubleshoot problems, maintain high performance databases, as well as prevent intruders from putting critical systems at risk. Matt is an expert at database and OS performance tuning under Windows server and Unix environments, and is an IBM Certified Specialist for P-series 5L v5.2. He leads our data conversion, disaster recovery, beta testing, ActiveX, .Net and osCommerce efforts. He is also a member of the Progress E-mail Group (PEG).