Our team is comprised of highly motivated experts, with a focus on hard-core engineering. We thrive on creating solutions that deliver exceptional real-world results. Our Agile development methodology allows us to be highly responsive to the evolving needs of our clients. It also ensures that the solutions we deliver really work.
Neither canned software nor custom applications can keep pace with the constant evolution of technology. That’s why Asynchrony® creates integrated solutions built on a coherent, future-focused architecture. We integrate best-of-breed products and built-to-order applications, connecting to whatever internal or external systems are required.
We leverage legacy systems as much as possible by using services oriented architecture to integrate them with newer technologies. That way, we help our clients meet their strategic objectives by maximizing the potential of their expertise, data and existing investments.
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Busch Memorial Stadium, also known as Busch Stadium II, was a multi-purpose sports facility in St. Louis, Missouri that operated for 40 years, from 1966 through 2005.The stadium served as the home of the St. Louis Cardinals National League baseball team for its entire operating existence, while also serving as home to the National Football League's Cardinals team for 22 seasons, from 1966 through 1987. It opened four days after the last baseball game was played at Sportsman's Park (which had also been known since 1953 as Busch Stadium).The stadium was designed by Sverdrup & Parcel and built by Grün & Bilfinger. Edward Durell Stone designed the roof, a 96-arch "Crown of Arches". The Crown echoed the Gateway Arch, which had been completed only a year before Busch Stadium opened. It was one of the first multipurpose "cookie-cutter" facilities built in the United States, popular from the early 1960s through the early 1980s.