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You’re Invited to Progress Exchange 2014

You’re Invited to Progress Exchange 2014

September 25, 2014 0 Comments

Let the countdown begin! Progress Exchange 2014 (Oct 6 - 8) is our annual customer and partner conference where next-generation application development comes alive with ground-breaking technologies that can take your organization to the next level. Whether you’re an application developer, a software company or a Progress partner, you can choose from among dozens of breakout sessions, hands-on technical workshops and in-depth demos in Orlando, Florida—including presentations from industry visionaries like Hewlett-Packard and from Progress thought leaders.

Next-Generation Application Development Party!

exchange_blog_graphicThis year’s agenda is jam-packed, giving you access to new tools and solutions that can help take your applications—and your business—to the next level. Presentations focus on solutions that help you build and manage modern applications, leverage the data they depend on, and ultimately empower people across your company.

Discover ground-breaking connectivity solutions. Learn about our powerful, integrated development platform for web and mobile applications. Meet with technical experts to answer your questions around Progress Rollbase, the cloud, going mobile—and more! You’ll also get the opportunity to chat with other Progress customers to find out how they are using our application development platform to empower their business.

Get Ready for an Exciting Agenda

We invite you to discover how IT can drive productivity in ways never before possible by boosting the power of your applications and the speed your organization builds them. Workshops are instructor-led, hands-on, BYOD sessions designed to introduce you to the latest Progress technologies and lead you through real-world exercises.

There’s still time to register for Exchange 2014, where you’ll participate in workshops like “Business Applications for a Mobile World,” “Rollbase Mobile: Rapid Application Development for the Cloud,” and “Rollbase Fundamentals.” It all happens at the Orlando Hilton, a luxury hotel with VIP amenities, including a nine-hole executive golf course. Visit www.progress.com/exchange to reserve your room at the discounted conference rate of $185 plus tax per night.

Highlights include:

  • Make sure you pencil in a session from Kerry Bailey, Senior Vice President, HP Cloud, Hewlett-Packard Company, who will be giving a keynote about how cloud helps drive innovation and develop unparalleled business applications.
  • Keep an eye out for CEO, Phil Pead, CTO John Goodson, President, Application Development & Deployment Business Unit, Karen Tegan Padir and President, OpenEdge Business Unit, Jerry Rulli, who will also be keynoting sessions.
  • Get the most of your Exchange experience by building your agenda ahead of time. You can find the agenda builder here. Check out highlights from the Data Connectivity and OpenEdge groups to help you decide which sessions to join!
  • Register for the Progress+ Business Forum, taking place ahead of Exchange, to get insight into how to spark innovation as you develop your business plans for 2015.
  • Swing by Innovator Row on the first night of Exchange for a glimpse into the cool ways our partners and customers are using Progress technology. Then make your way to the Welcome Reception, which takes place that evening.
  • Don’t forget to bring your dancing shoes because our Party@Exchange on Tuesday night will be out of this world – think live DJ, explosive energy of drums and poolside entertainment!

You Don’t Want to Miss This

Register Now for Exchange 2014 to improve productivity and discover new opportunities! Hope to see you there!

 

Suzanne Rose

Suzanne Rose

Suzanne is passionate about promoting the Progress Data Connectivity and Integration business and corporate initiatives through social media and other marketing channels using extraordinary and compelling content and effective metrics. She is also team lead for DCI content developers, new hires and interns.

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