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Sonata Software Brings Progress Pacific to India

Sonata Software Brings Progress Pacific to India

May 30, 2014 0 Comments

Sonata Software LogoHome to more than 1.24 billion people, India is the second-most populous country in the world. According to an article in Computerworld, India is expected to surpass the United States as the country with the most application developers in the world by 2017, holding an estimated 5.2 million developers by 2018. The anticipated expansion is attributed to the country's size and the growing youth interest in application development.

With that in mind, we've partnered with one of the largest technology infrastructure providers in India, Sonata Software, to deliver Progress Pacific, our easy-to-use rapid application development platform, to Fortune 100 companies in India focused on software product development, enterprise IT and technology infrastructure.

As a global software services company, Sonata Software focuses on providing customers with innovative, reliable and faster methods of harnessing new technology to achieve desired business results. By introducing Progress Pacific to the market, Sonata intends to help businesses speed application development and deployment, react more quickly to business problems and opportunities, and increase productivity to grow their businesses. Whether it’s data integration, mobility or unlocking the potential of the cloud, Sonata Software is a key partner in unleashing the power of Progress Pacific to India's expanding developer population.

To learn more about our partnership with Sonata Software, and how we're working together to bring Progress Pacific to India and the surrounding region, read this article, or view our recent press release.

Christina Polaski

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