What We Do

For more than 30 years, Leszynski Group has been delivering leading-edge information systems consulting services. We have helped hundreds of businesses increase productivity and profitability by designing, building, testing, and managing cloud applications, mobile solutions, enterprise databases, websites, developer tools, commercial software, and hardware devices.

We have self-managed multi-million-dollar projects, some actually given to us as a napkin sketch or a bullet list of requirements, because we can quickly grasp business problems and define appropriate solutions.

We work with high autonomy, integrity, and diligence, and we do not offshore or outsource any work unless client-mandated.

Who We Are

We are seasoned business analysts, solution architects, and software artists that help you define and tackle your business problems. Our team is composed of senior software engineers and project managers who have been in the industry for decades and possess diverse skills and experiences.

Founder

Stan Leszynski's 30 year background in information technology includes leading and growing Leszynski Group as well as creating multiple startup companies — a software company, a training company, and an online commerce business. He has designed leading-edge applications for hundreds of clients.
Stan is a published magazine columnist and book author, and a noted public speaker who has lectured to over 10,000 software developers in the United States and Europe at industry events including VSLive! and TechEd.
He authored a pioneering work on structured development standards ('Using Consistent Naming Conventions') that appeared on Microsoft Developer Network and in over a dozen books and has been used by more than a million application developers worldwide.
Stan is a co-founder and/or charter member of several non-profit industry and business organizations, including the Northwest Entrepreneur Network and the Washington Technology Industry Association.

Interesting Historical Events

Here are a few diverse examples of the many notable milestones from our history.

2016

Product Development — HoloLens

The Microsoft HoloLens mixed reality headset, which we spent many years helping to create, is announced to the public.

2012

Retail Infrastructure — Microsoft Stores

We completed a multi-year project building retail data management and customer engagement systems for both online and physical Microsoft Stores.

2011

ECommerce — Drivewire.com Sold

Drivewire.com, an ecommerce site we co-founded, was acquired by major automotive parts distributor WorldPac.

2009

Cloud — Synaptics Webfarm

For leading device maker Synaptics, we built a highly-scalable system in the AWS cloud to deliver product updates to millions of touchpad users.

2005

Production Control — Toyota Mobility

We created the first-ever mobile tablet device apps and databases for automotive quality control, deployed in the Toyota North America factories.

2002

Windows Feature — Snipping Tool

We invented the Snipping Tool, which Microsoft incorporated into Windows (just press the Windows+S keystroke).

2000

Big Data — T-Mobile

We created a revolutionary XML-driven data mart for T-Mobile to aggregate data across 13 databases; it reduced billing query time from a day to just seconds.

1995

Rapid Development — Washington Mutual Bank

We developed a trust accounting database solution for Washington Mutual Bank that paid for itself in just 30 days of use.

1994

Add-ins — Office Components

We invented the Office Calendar Control and sold it to Microsoft. It was the first ActiveX component for Office and shipped in the product for two decades.

1990

Writing — PC Magazine Cover Story

Recognized as national database experts, we wrote the cover story 'The Database War' for PC Magazine.

1987

Developer Tools — R:Tools

We invented R:Tools, a set of database developer utilities, and sold it to Microrim; it became the bestselling developer toolset ever for R:BASE.

1982

PC Pioneers — MS-BASIC

We created a PC-based directory for Bellevue Square mall using MS-BASIC just weeks after the first IBM PC shipped. It may have been the first commercial PC business application ever deployed.