If you’re using Progress OpenEdge, you already know it accelerates time to market for new applications, improves developer productivity and cuts operating costs. But are your applications allowing your customers access to the data they need - when they need it?
There’s a lot of valuable data stored in your OpenEdge applications, and to bring an agile and competitive edge to your company, it’s important to make this data available to your customers. Customers want short lead times and a low cost way to get at their information with just a small amount of coding.
We can help you meet these needs and deliver better value to your end users; it’s called DataDirect OpenAccess for OpenEdge, and it’s extremely easy to implement!
To help you get acquainted with the tool and its uses, we’re hosting a webinar on Thursday, July 24 at 9:00AM Eastern. In just one hour, you’ll learn why OpenAccess is the fast, easy and secure way to integrate your applications with reporting tools and BI analytics. We’ll explain how our latest release of the add-on Software Development Kit (SDK) will add to your experience and how OpenAccess can drive short-term ROI, faster time-to-market and improved business analysis by allowing your application users to access data in a way that’s familiar to them.
So what are you waiting for? Register now to discover how DataDirect OpenAccess for OpenEdge can open up valuable data to your customers!
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