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Progress announced it has been recognized as a 2023 Gartner® Peer Insights™ Customers’ Choice for Digital Experience Platforms (DXP). Based on feedback and ratings from end-user professionals, Progress is one of just four vendors to receive a “Customers’ Choice” distinction and the only vendor to receive it for midsize enterprise ($50 million–$1 billion) companies.
Sara Faatz has it pretty good.
For the second consecutive summer, Faatz, the director of technology community relations at Burlington-based Progress software company, and her husband spent her workdays bobbing up and down in the Atlantic Ocean near the Bahamas. “It was fantastic,” she says.
Undeniably, artificial intelligence (AI) affects organizations across all industries. Most business owners (97% according to a survey by Forbes) believe that AI will play a role in supporting their business.
In the ever-evolving landscape of Malaysia’s tech scene, the latest data from the Department of Statistics Malaysia (DOSM) paints a dynamic picture of the nation’s ecommerce sector. With a noteworthy year-on-year growth of 10.4% in the first quarter of 2023, the country’s digital marketplace is riding high on the shoulders of a robust community of 33.3 million internet users and a staggering 44.05 million active cellular mobile connections.
App development and infrastructure software provider, Progress has made Progress Sitefinity 15 available, delivering new generative AI (GenAI) support throughout the platform, enabling marketers to create personalized content at scale.
AI stands to be a considerable influence on 2024 retail – in fact, the Gartner 2023 Annual CIO and Technology Leaders Survey revealed nearly 50% of respondents from the retail industry self-reported use of generative AI (GenAI) technologies. It was only a matter of time before moves were made to implement the technology within digital experience platforms (DXPs), the key tool for retail digital transformation. While some processes in a DXP can be automated, generative AI is expected to take what’s possible to another level.
Technology has made our lives easier in many ways. But navigating the tech employment landscape can be both highly competitive and unpredictable. This is why it is important to get a clear understanding of which roles are high in demand, the kind of skill you require to excel, campus hiring trends and more before you envision a successful career in information and technology.
IT workers and industry experts understand that the volume and variety of data continues to grow exponentially from one year to the next. Effectively capturing, analyzing, and using this data to make informed decisions will soon be table stakes for business survival. To keep pace, business leaders should focus on developing a culture of continuous learning, adopting valuable insights, and integrating modern technologies into their tech stacks.
Making sure the people around you feel supported, seen and respected leads to a healthy, happy workplace, one in which everyone feels comfortable and able to perform at their best.
When it comes to managing applications at the edge, organizations, including manufacturers, must consider three dimensions for optimal edge management and security: configuration, continuous compliance, and secure software supply chain. They must ensure that their solution is uniquely tailored to address the requirements of remote edge computing. This approach is critical across many industries, including automated warehouses, automotive manufacturing, retail, and restaurants becoming an integral part of their operations.
Progress has taken the wrappers off its latest offering, Progress Sitefinity 15 with generative AI (GenAI) support, enabling marketers to personalise content.
Welcome to this exclusive interview with Progress, a dynamic and innovative technology company that has been at the forefront of digital transformation for over three decades. I conducted an exclusive interaction with Girija Kolagada, VP of Engineering at Progress. During the interaction, we talked about multiple things that are driving the IT world.
Progress announced the availability of Progress Sitefinity 15. With this release, Progress delivers new generative AI (GenAI) support throughout the platform, enabling marketers to create personalized content at scale.
Today, more and more chief marketing officers (CMOs) are trying to navigate the change in customer relationship ownership from being sales owned to marketing owned. To stay ahead of the curve, modern CMOs must fully embrace data integration and analytics to deliver personalized experiences, optimize campaigns for maximum impact, and drive business growth.
Progress has released new development tools to aid developers in meeting the latest accessibility and security standards (WCAG and CSP), as well as UI design requirements.
Software is developed, but also delivered. We talk about software application development, creation and building on a daily basis. Thanks to the fact that it’s now chic to be geek, we champion the lives of programmers and sometimes even data scientists all the time. These days, everyone it seems is starting to learn about the value of a good algorithm and the mathematics behind it.
The Computer Weekly Developer Network team found itself in Bulgaria this week, but why so?
With a track record in exemplary mathematics scholars and scientists (Bulgarian mathematicians has its own entry on Wikipedia and the pages are extensively separated between male and female luminaries in this field), it should be no surprise to find a collection of modern technology firms locating in Sofia, the Bulgarian capital.
Progress announced the latest release of its network anomaly detection system, Progress® Flowmon® ADS.
Progress hosted its DevReach 2023 developer conference program in Sofia, Bulgaria this month. This event aimed to show off the company’s platform and also showcase key technology partners, who guested to detail the total toolchains available to work with here.