Sunday, May 26, 2019

LegalMatch hosts SaaS application training

LegalMatch (Contributed photo)

LEGALMATCH Philippines, Inc. (LMPH), a developer of SaaS applications for the United States legal industry, will be hosting a free training and workshop entitled “Building SaaS Applications with Laravel” on Saturday, September 29.

The training, aimed to part the basics of setting up a Laravel application, is organized by Laravel Cebu, a community of Cebu-based programmers interested in creating applications using the framework.

Bertrand Kintanar, a contributor to multi-tenant Laravel package and the speaker of this event, will be showing the participants how easy it is to build Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) applications using the package.

Christine Rom, LMPH’s general manager, believes that it is the company’s responsibility to help grow and nurture the city’s information technology (IT) talent pool. This year, LMPH plans to partner with more development groups who are dedicated to sharing their time, expertise, and resources in promoting IT-related knowledge to Cebu’s IT community.

The training will be held at LegalMatch’s office at the FLB Building, Cebu Business Park. The event will start at 1PM and will culminate at around 5PM. The training workshop is the fourth in a series of training initiatives covering various software development topics that LMPH participated in this year.

Watch out for LegalMatch Philippines' upcoming events by following its Facebook page at or email for inquiries on their next training workshops.

You can also call them at +63(32)266-3021 or drop by at their office at the 9th floor of the FLB Corporate Building, Cebu Business Park. (PR)


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