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Attention CBISA Users:

Due to the Coronavirus outbreak, Lyon Software will be operating at full capacity, but our employees will be working remotely from home until further notice. For fastest responses to the following topics of inquiry, please use the following email addresses:

For all other inquires, please leave a detailed voicemail with return contact information at 419-882-7184, and your call will be returned within 1 business day.

Best Wishes,
Lyon Software Management Team

Wind Farms: A Win Win for Energy and Population Health

Posted by: | Posted on: August 13, 2018

August 5-11, 2018 was the second annual American Wind Week, a week celebrating the United States leadership in creating this low cost and reliable form of energy.

Wind-FarmsI remember the first time I came across a wind farm.  I was driving from one client site in Indianapolis to a second client in northwest Indiana.  As many of you know, the Midwest is flat!  You can literally see for miles and miles.  However, the road I was traveling was “long and winding” and as I turned a corner the wind farm came into view.  There’s something very majestic, awe inspiring, and a little futuristic the first time you see a wind farm.  I quickly turned off the radio, unrolled my car windows and slowed down to see if I could hear the sleek blades cutting through the air.  The quiet that filled my car was unexpected and amazing.  How could so many wind turbines be so quiet?  It’s an experience I will never forget.

According to the American Wind Energy Association U.S. wind farms are some of the most productive in the world and employ over 105,000 workers dedicated to bringing this clean, cost efficient energy source to homes and businesses throughout our country.  And another fact near and dear to my heart, “using wind energy created $8 billion in public health savings during 2017 alone, by avoiding air pollution that creates smog and triggers asthma attacks.”  So these wind farms are creating energy and improving population health!  Sounds like a “win win” situation to me.

Seeing the wind farm also brought me back to my senior year in high school and my Spanish class project, telling the tale of Don Quixote and tilting at windmills….but that’s a different blog for another day.

To read more about the American Wind Energy Association and American Wind Week, click here.


Earth Overshoot Day: Seven Ways We Can Help Push It Back

Posted by: | Posted on: August 8, 2018

Earth Overshoot Day is the date each year that humanity has exhausted more of nature’s resources than our earth can renew. This year the date was August 1, 2018, which is the earliest in history. This metric means that currently we are using resources equivalent to 1.7 earths. There are a number of ways that businesses and governments are working toward pushing this date back. Ultimately, however, much of the responsibility falls on us, the consumers. Here are seven things we can all do to help push this date back.

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Are you prepared to defend yourself against violence?

Posted by: | Posted on: June 9, 2017

Today is National Hospitals Against Violence (#HAVhope) awareness day. At Lyon Software, we stand with all hospitals to help spread awareness about violence.

Coincidentally, earlier in the week many of our staff attended a self-defense training session. What follows are a few tips that we learned on Monday that can help you fight off a violent attack, or avoid one altogether.

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How did you celebrate Earth Day 2017?

Posted by: | Posted on: April 26, 2017

This past weekend, one of the biggest trending topics across social media was #EarthDay. One of the more catchy taglines that I saw relating to the topic was the quote “There is no Planet B”. Earth Day is a great reminder to take care of the environment that we all share. Just like our bodies, it’s the only one we get.

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