I am so excited to be attending the Building Business Capability (BBC) Conference in Las Vegas next month (November 2-6). The BBC is the only conference that covers topics such as business agility, business analysis, collaboration, business transformation and architecture and much, much more.
I hope you will take time while at the event to visit the Progress Booth (#405) so I can show you the latest features in Progress® Corticon®. You can also enter to win an iPad Mini!
Corticon Business Rules Engine is used by businesses of all sizes for tasks ranging from determining eligibility and compliance to claims processing and underwriting. You can even check your cholesterol levels and determine special promotions for pet medications. At the event you’ll see first-hand how Corticon can:
I’d also like to extend an offer to take a deeper look at a business rules use case you may be considering. I would love to schedule some one-on-one time to show how Corticon can help model your specific use case.
I recommend you schedule, ahead of time, a personal meeting with me. The conference agenda is always full, but I can be available anytime that the conference booths are not officially open for business, and if necessary we can always schedule some follow up meetings. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org to set up some time.
If you want to do a little research ahead of the event, I’ve provided some links below:
See you in Vegas!
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