We were so pleased to have hundreds of our OpenEdge customers and partners join us for last week’s webinar with myself and Brian Bowman, Product Manager, OpenEdge, on the new OpenEdge 11.4! But, we want to make sure ALL of you have access to the information you need to make the decision to upgrade. Why? Because we’ve got so many new things in 11.4, including new table partitioning capabilities, a new ABL unit testing framework, improved mobile app development support, and tighter integration with OE Rules and Rollbase - among over 100 other enhancements you requested.
In the webinar, we share reasons why you should upgrade to the newest version, how your applications can benefit from the new features and how you can integrate your existing OpenEdge applications with other Progress technologies including Corticon and Pacific.
Remember, if you are current on maintenance you can upgrade to 11.4 at no cost. So make sure you watch the webinar on our website here and drop me a comment below if you have any questions!
Also, if you haven’t yet signed up for Progress Exchange 2014 (October 6-8 in Orlando, FL), now’s the time! We’re going to have sessions dedicated to the new 11.4 features and you’ll have the chance to speak directly with OpenEdge developers and architects. Make sure you sign up here.
Colleen Smith is Vice President, Customer Advocacy at Progress. In this role, she is responsible for ensuring customer focus and accountability for improving the company’s relationship with its customers and partners, as it relates to the use of Progress core products. Smith joined the company in 2005 with 20 years of enterprise software marketing, sales and product strategy experience, and has helped transform software companies into industry leaders, built strategic partnerships, designed acquisition strategies and moved companies through aggressive growth stages.
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