We know that our Progress® OpenEdge® community is always looking for new revenue streams. Whether it’s new professional services offerings or new features that customers are demanding, business never sits still.
We also know that with today’s highly connected application development environment, there is a hunger to collect data-driven insights across the enterprise. So the need for aggregated reporting and analytics—connecting islands of information—is now one of the key issues facing IT and application development teams today. But connectivity and interactivity go far beyond just reporting. Developers face real challenges as they try to build applications that rely on data blended from multiple systems.
When it comes to building data-driven applications and blending data to create reports, your customers need you to help them overcome the following challenges:
Progress® Easyl® is specifically designed to drive value and new revenue streams for your business that help meet these challenges. Easyl enables you to blend data easily and intuitively, extending the reporting capabilities of your applications and providing the new features and components your customers are demanding. Easyl also provides a clean data conduit to Business Intelligence (BI) visualization tools like Tableau, Qlik and even Excel.
Easyl is also designed to power additional revenue streams through professional services by:
Let’s look at some recent Easyl use cases:
Easyl is designed for both blended reporting and for building data marts that can drive integrated applications and utilities. How does it do this? With ease-of-use, simplicity, scalability, security and performance!
Naturally, Easyl comes with built-in support for Progress® Rollbase® and OpenEdge, so that developers can access their own application data.
Once you blend data in Easyl, you can of course generate and share reports (in your favorite BI tools, like Tableau, DataPA, Qlik, or Excel). But most important to application developers, we enable you to access your Easyl data sets simply and conveniently using ODBC and JDBC. This means you can build applications that leverage your data sets for reporting and analytics. How cool is that?
As you might expect from any Progress product, Easyl has licensing terms that make it easy for our application development community to generate profits. Whether you are a one-person shop or a billion-dollar multinational software company, Easyl is designed with our development partners in mind, with flexible terms that enable us to add Easyl to your existing Progress account.
To find out more about how Easyl can help you drive revenue with your customers, watch this Easyl demo now and get started now with a free trial download.
Rich is the Principal Product Manager for Progress Easyl, a cloud-based data integration and blending tool that enables you to create reporting data sets and data marts “on-the-fly” quickly and easily. Rich has spent two decades working with data-driven applications and marketing automation, and served in senior management roles at a number of Silicon Valley companies before settling in North Carolina.
Rich has years of experience leading consulting engagements for Fortune 1000 clients that include Cisco, Microsoft, Seagate, and McKesson, and is an alum of PeopleSoft, Oracle, and Informix. Most recently, President Barack Obama nominated Rich to serve as a senior advisor with the Department of Treasury, as a member of the IRS Oversight Board.
Rich is the Principal Product Manager for Progress Easyl, a cloud-based data integration and blending tool that enables you to create reporting data sets and data marts “on-the-fly” quickly and easily. Rich has spent two decades working with data-driven applications and marketing automation, and served in senior management roles at a number of Silicon Valley companies before settling in North Carolina. Rich has led consulting engagements for Fortune 1000 clients including Cisco, Microsoft, Seagate and McKesson, and is an alum of PeopleSoft, Oracle, and Informix. Rich was nominated in 2015 by President Barack Obama to serve on the Internal Revenue Service Oversight Board.
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