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Forrester Recognizes Progress Sonic As A Leader in the ESB Market

Forrester Recognizes Progress Sonic As A Leader in the ESB Market

July 19, 2011 0 Comments

Did you know that Progress® Sonic® was the industry's first Enterprise Service Bus (ESB)? It was, however, introduced in 2002 by Sonic Software which was an independent operating company of Progress Software Corporation.

In April independent research firm Forrester Research, Inc. named Progress Software as a leader in “The Forrester Wave™: Enterprise Service Bus, Q2 2011” report. In this detailed review of Enterprise Service Bus (ESB) providers, Progress Sonic ESB was recognized with particularly high scores for its ESB architecture, orchestration as well as change and control capabilities. The report also gave Sonic ESB high scores for product strategy and strategic alliances, while also scoring the product highly for its large customer install base.

Progress Sonic Positioned as leader in Forrester Wave 2011 for ESBs

Strategic businesses worldwide have made Sonic ESB a core component to their service-oriented architecture (SOA). A few of these companies include British Airways, Royal Dirkzwager, AutoTrader, and most recently UK-based PD Ports. Why did they choose Progress? Because Sonic ESB delivers the best overall combination of architecture, orchestration, mediation, connection as well as change and control features. It helps them achieve the business and operational responsiveness they need to be successful.

Cruise past your competition and make sure your integrated infrastructure is powered by the 1st and best ESB... Sonic ESB. If you are interested in the report, click here. It will be available FREE FROM REGISTRATION for the next five business days only. What a deal! ;-)

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