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Visit us in Vegas, December 8-12, 2014 where our experts will be presenting on application development and business rules management at two upcoming Gartner events: Gartner Application Architecture, Development and Integration (AADI) Summit and Gartner Business Process Management (BPM) Summit.
First up is the Gartner AADI Summit, where Mark Troester, Senior Director of Pacific Product Management and Solution Marketing at Progress will talk about the importance of understanding user preferences in app development and how taking a cloud-based approach can break down mobile and usability barriers. His session, titled: “Productivity vs. Control for Application Development. The Best Choice is Both,” will be held on Monday, December 8 at 1:45pm PT in the Octavius Ballroom at Caesars Palace - so don’t miss it!
What’s more? Progress will be giving away 300 copies of the new book, Rapid Application Development for Dummies, written by author Paul Nashawaty, at the Gartner AADI event. If you’re a developer building Android, iPhone and/or web apps, or a business looking to adopt a new and modern approach to app dev, you need to read this!*
The book shows how the Progress Pacific Platform as a Service (PaaS) helps businesses enhance productivity with the next generation of application development. You’ll also learn that the platform offers high productivity and control options, for rapid development of data-driven, high-performance multi-tenant enterprise applications that can be deployed on any cloud (public, private or hybrid) or device – without the cost and complexity of buying and managing underlying infrastructure. And lots more!
Come by the Progress booth, #109, to get your copy!
Back to back with the Gartner AADI Summit is the Gartner BPM Summit, where Ankur Goyal, Product Manager at Progress will be speaking on how organizations can keep their processes up-to-date with requirements in a constantly changing business environment. He will show how to create a critical decoupling of business processes and decision services to empower business users to change policies frequently without affecting the process, and reduce the turnaround time for change requests to accommodate unplanned changes.
His session, titled: “Achieve Faster, Business-Driven Change with Business Rules and BPM,” will be held on Thursday, December 11 at 1:45pm PT in the Solution Showcase Theater at Caesars Palace - make sure you stick around!
What happens in Vegas just might stay in Vegas, so you better hop on the chance to join us, see these two presentations, AND get a copy of the Rapid Application Development for Dummies book! Register for the Gartner AADI Summit here and the Gartner BPM Summit here, or visit our site for more info.
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