2012 has been an eventful year for Progress DataDirect. From January 1 we hit the ground running, working hard to enhance existing products and develop new ones, all to better serve our customers. In addition, we always have our finger on the pulse of the latest trends in data connectivity, to ensure that our roadmap includes the most innovative features available and that our products continue to be best in class.
With this in mind, we’re excited to showcase what we’ve been up to during our OEM Design Previews events coming up next month. During Design Previews we’ll be updating you on issues relating to current data connectivity trends (such as Cloud and Big Data) and where data connectivity as an industry will be in the next few years.
When you join us for Design Previews, you’ll also get to hear firsthand from our product architects, speak with product decision-makers, and provide direct feedback on current versions of today’s data connectivity technology. It’s the perfect forum to share your interactions with existing versions of our technology and suggest enhancements that would help you improve your business functions.
You’ll also hear from several members of our team who will be presenting the following sessions:
Stay tuned for individual In-depth posts on each of these topics, coming soon.
If you’re located in the Bay Area, join us on Tuesday, June 12 in Palo Alto. If you’re in Massachusetts, join us on Thursday, June 14 in Bedford. Registration details for both days can be found here.
We look forward to seeing you there!
John leads the Product Engineering, office of the CTO, and Technical Support teams at Progress to deliver market leading products in the cloud and on-premise. John has been a part of the executive team at Progress for over seven years.
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