After months of planning, we are so excited to actually be at Progress Exchange 2013! The event kicked off with a reception party last night, where attendees ate, drank, mingled, and showed their artsy side on the graffiti wall, surrounded by pillars of innovation all around MIX@Exchange!
Progress CEO, Phil Pead started off the first official day with not only a spark, but also a bang, as he discussed the new face of Progress, and where we are going from here.
Following Phil, CTO Karen Tegan Padir took the stage, giving insight into how we’ll make the Progress vision a reality. Her plan? To turn imagination into innovation through partnerships. Several customers joined her during her session as well, notably QAD and Meridan Health Plan, who shared their Progress experiences in a Q&A.
Closing out the action packed morning, Chief Products Officer, John Goodson walked attendees through an in-depth look at the latest offering, Progress Pacific.
In addition to some great sessions, we also got to announce a very exciting customer announcement– Macintosh Retail Group has become our newest Progress Pacific user
Finding some time among the action, the Progress team was able to sit down with Karen Padir and John Goodson as well as customer, Explore Analytics, to find out a bit more about them as well as get some thoughts on industry trends, and the Progress relationship. Check out YouTube playlist below.
We’ve still got two more days of informative sessions, interactive breakout presentations, and not to mention the PARTY@Exchange happening at the Royale Nightclub tonight!
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