You’re Invited! Don’t Miss Our OpenEdge 11.4 Webinar!

You’re Invited! Don’t Miss Our OpenEdge 11.4 Webinar!

Posted on September 02, 2014 0 Comments

This Thursday, September 4th, we’re hosting a webinar all about the new OpenEdge 11.4! Learn about all of our newest OpenEdge features, as well as how your business can better leverage this new version to develop more sophisticated applications.

The webinar, hosted by Progress executives Colleen Smith, Vice President of Product Marketing, and Brian Bowman, Product Manager, Principal, will share the compelling reasons why moving to OpenEdge 11.4 is a real “no-brainer.”

New things you’ll learn about include:

  • Table partitioning for improved database performance and data availability.
  • Improved mobile app development tools for delivering an enhanced user experience, additional plug-ins, new templates and new “Session and Submit” services.
  • ABL unit testing for testing code via a more AGILE development methodology.
  • How 11.4 makes it easy to integrate OpenEdge with other Progress products, including Pacific and Corticon.

Watch the video below for your personal invite + even more reasons why this webinar will be worth your while - and don’t forget to sign up now!

Bethe Tomasek

Bethe has worked at Progress for a decade, beginning as a part of North America Sales as a Partner Account Manager. Over the last three years, Bethe has transitioned into Field Marketing and has worked with both Direct Customers and Partners in the OpenEdge division. The liaison for the Progress User Group (PUG) community, Bethe strives to be a field marketer that is effective and respected. Follow Bethe on Twitter @BetheTom.


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