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Have you seen what our leading rules engine can do to simplify complicated business decision-making and enhance your OpenEdge apps? Our December 17th webinar will show you firsthand how OpenEdge Rules works and how you can deploy it to handle rapidly changing business strategies and policies.
Over the past two months, in parts 1 and 2 of our 3-part webinar series, we’ve explained what OpenEdge Rules is and why it would be an asset to your business. We’ve also taken a deep dive into ABL vs. OpenEdge Rules to teach you how to decide when to use Advanced Business Language (ABL) or OpenEdge Rules.
When you register to attend Part 3 of our webinar series, you’ll see OpenEdge Rules in action as Progress Systems Engineers Carole Miller and Chris Hogan demo the technology and show examples of how current Progress OpenEdge partners are using OpenEdge Rules with tremendous success.
Don’t miss this opportunity to learn how you can use OpenEdge Rules to power automated decisions, so you don’t have to worry about re-coding each time a business requirement changes.
Watch below to learn more and register now for tomorrow’s session!
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