Join Us At Progress Exchange 2010

Join Us At Progress Exchange 2010

Posted on August 17, 2010 0 Comments
Please Note: OpenEdge Business Process Management (BPM) has been retired. For information on OpenEdge, visit our Progress OpenEdge Application Development page.

Progress Exchange Online Conference is coming to a computer near you, September 14 – 16, 2010. This free virtual forum is the place for sharing ideas, tips and best practices on how to benefit fully from Progress OpenEdge in the cloud. You’ll be joined by OpenEdge users from around the world to explore hot topics like:

  • Modernizing OpenEdge applications using GUI for .Net
  • Combining Microsoft Silverlight and Progress OpenEdge
  • Leveraging the latest and greatest of OpenEdge Architect
  • Previewing OpenEdge 11 and the NEW multi-tenant database
  • Enhancing OpenEdge performance
  • Deploying OpenEdge in the Cloud
  • Understanding how Savvion (BPM) and OpenEdge can work together

Register now and get ready to choose from over 36 interactive sessions in 6 tracks, including:

  • Integration and Process Management
  • Best Practices and Application Modernization
  • Developer Tools & Productivity
  • Operational Efficiency
  • Software as a Service/Cloud Computing
  • UI Flexibility

If you register before August 30th, you’ll be entered to win an Apple iPad. For more information and to register, please visit


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