Vermont Systems Slows Need for Hardware with Progress

Vermont Systems Slows Need for Hardware with Progress

January 29, 2014 0 Comments

Vermont SystemsProgress partner Vermont Systems Inc, a leader in developing fresh software products for managing recreation and parks operations for municipal, county, state, and federal military government entities, is using Progress Multi-Tenancy, a feature of our OpenEdge product line, to reduce dependence on hardware, servers and databases, while increasing efficiency and productivity for its clients.

Product Manager Patrick Hayden explains that with Progress Multi-Tenancy in Vermont Systems’ host environment, the company has been much more conscious of its hardware resources and in terms of the people it uses to manage it.

Watch this short clip to learn more about how Progress was able to address Vermont Systems’ needs.

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