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  • "Rip & Replace" isn't pleasant, especially in the supply chain world

    Picture the following: you are on a long haul flight from Sydney to London, because you have status you were able to get a seat in Business Class. You settle down nicely for your flight, stretch out, maybe have a glass of champagne and some mixed nuts. 3 hours into your flight you see the crew exit...
    September 26, 2011
  • Progress Revolution gets an “A”!

    The final day of Progress Revolution opened once again with phenomenal keynote luminaries. Captain Chesley “Sully” Sullenberger described his extraordinary landing on the Hudson River after hitting a flock of birds.  Sully attributed his monumental landing with his preparedness for emergencies...
    September 23, 2011
  • Day 3: Onboard the Train to a Revolution

    Day 3 opened up with an exciting panel featuring Mike Gualtieri from Forrester and customers from BT, Reliance Capital and Dell, facilitated by CTO, John Bates.  The three Progress customers provided cross-industry views on how changes in the business world have made it mandatory for them to become...
    September 23, 2011
  • What is RPM?

    This week Progress Software end users and partners worldwide gathered in Boston to get some actionable insights that will help them lower costs, raise efficiency, improve customer experiences, and drive revenue. Our attendees have the ability to chose from over 100 sessions designed specifically for...
    September 22, 2011
  • The Role of Technology in Making Business Decisions

    The following is a guest blog by Chris Webber, Senior Editor of the Economist Intelligence Unit.  He conducted a research study on the role of technology in making business decisions and presented his findings during a session at Progress Revolution Boston 2011. By: Chris Webber, Senior...
    September 21, 2011