ProgressNEXT Partner Conference 2017: An Attendee Account

ProgressNEXT Partner Conference 2017: An Attendee Account

March 10, 2017 0 Comments
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Last month, we headed to sunny Orlando, Florida, for the annual ProgressNEXT 2017 Partner Conference. ProgressNEXT 2017 built off the success of last year’s interactive conference experience, giving our partners the opportunity to network with their peers and gain insightful business and industry knowledge to help grow their companies.

The following is an attendee account of the three-day conference, written by Tim Roloff, Vice President of Business Development at ISCorp.

What an extraordinary event! The ProgressNEXT 2017 Partner Conference was easily one of the most value-driven partner events we have attended. An approachable, transparent leadership team. A nice balance between content and time to network. An amazing venue. We were thoroughly impressed.   

What we enjoyed most was the open, candid dialog between and among attendees and the Progress leadership team. Rather than guarded discussions, it was a forum that promoted strategic discussion and idea sharing, all toward a mutual goal where everyone succeeds.

Kudos to the Progress staff as well--extremely flexible and accommodating. Thank you!

We look forward to helping the Progress community through its evolution to SaaS and its journey to the cloud! Reach out to us with any questions, we’d like to hear about your journey.

ISCorp was a Gold Sponsor at the ProgressNEXT 2017 Partner Conference.

About ISCorp:

ISCorp’s Managed Private Cloud platform has been serving Progress customers since 1999. Today, we host and manage over 1,600 Progress OpenEdge databases on our platform. Our partners’ Progress-based applications service over 3 million end users globally. As a Progress designated application hosting partner for North America, we are proud to carry the distinction of Progress “Service Provider” Partner.  

Kristen

Kristen Mariottini

Kristen Mariottini is a Senior Partner Account Manager at Progress.

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