Join our webinar on best practices for application modernization.
There’s an epic struggle between two camps when it comes to technology. There’s the “newer is always better, stand in line at midnight” folks, then there’s the “I’ll stick with what I know while they work out the kinks” bunch. While each camp has its merits, business success often requires leveraging every competitive advantage―including new technology. Doing so often yields efficiencies, cost savings and other benefits, yet, there are also existing investments that must be considered before diving in. So how do you decide when the time is right to update your heritage applications?
“Modern” is dramatically overused these days. Run a search engine query and you’ll find it plastered on topics ranging from fashion to pest control. So what is application modernization really all about?
If you’re toying with updating your business applications, you’re likely doing so for three reasons:
These and other legitimate reasons to modernize are straight forward, but can be difficult to resolve without proper planning and project design. Despite this, seriously amazing results have been achieved by Progress® OpenEdge® customers, proving its worth and sparking noticeable business transformation.
While every project is different, here’s a glimpse of some recent OpenEdge customer results:
Join John Harlow for an exclusive webinar on March 5, 2014 to hear the stories behind these real OpenEdge modernization results. Learn how they could apply to you, and help your business answer the following questions:
Title: What is Modernization & How Could it Affect Your Business in 2015
Session 1: March 5, 2014
Session 2: March 6, 2014
A.J. Kriete ia a Partner Marketing Manager that works with North America based OpenEdge Partners to help them drive revenue through demand generation marketing activities
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