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Have you ever thought: “I’m going on a diet after New Year's” or “I have to get in shape”? Meeting someone who is perfectly happy with their body is like meeting someone who is perfectly happy with their marketing: it never happens.
Citizen developers have been changing the application development game for several years now with an ever growing community. This tune is being sung all across the globe and is not a new revelation. What is interesting here is the emphasis on the importance of application development within organizations and how these end-user developers are empowered for quick development to meet this demand for applications.
CBR spoke to some of the experts attending LDNTechWeek about what trends are affecting the sector and what to expect in the future.
Nearly two-thirds (65 percent) of Internet of Things (IoT) apps in production today are generating real revenue, according to a global survey of 675 application developers by Harbor Research and Progress Software.
Data analysts are being tasked with determining data "blends." Progress Software's Easyl simplifies this process with its self-service approach to data prep.
German software company SAP has updated its principal product SAP HANA with new capabilities including extensions to connect to the Internet of Things and manage the big data resulting from it.
Progress has announced the results of its latest industry survey, in conjunction with Harbor Research. Initial findings show an impressive 65 percent of Internet of Things (IoT) apps in production today are generating real revenue.
Security, privacy and data management hold back the monetisation of IoT apps, but developers says 80% will generate revenue by 2018.
Privacy and security are the two biggest challenges to monetizing internet of things (IoT) applications, according to a new global survey of developers, which claims that many feel they don’t have the skills or resources to deliver on expectations.
Progress Software and Logi Analytics have announced the release of Progress OpenEdge Analytics 360, a new custom BI tool to help OpenEdge users discover value in their operational data.
In this Q&A interview, Jerry Rulli, President of OpenEdge Business Unit at Progress, talks about his general insights on the web application development market in the region, including security issues and future trends.
Progress Software Corp. released the latest version of its Corticon business rules management system (BRMS). Dubbed the "Corticon Rules Without Limits System," version 5.5 of the BRMS supports the development of business rules for deployment on both Java and Microsoft .NET Framework platforms.
Customers are savvy. Digitally savvy, meaning that the purchasing journey is changing. When buying new products they want to make informed, fact based decisions and there are a multitude of channels delivering unbiased reviews.
Conversations are swirling in marketing circles about the radical changes in customer buying behaviors. “Marketers have been set back on their heels,” we hear. “Customers are driving now, not us.” But is this really the case?
With the help of Logi Analytics, Progress Software has embedded business intelligence capabilities into its integrated stack of enterprise software, providing its customers with another way to wrangle more useful knowledge from their business data.
We spend a lot of time focusing on enterprise software application development, but could an un-enterprisey approach to rebel coding be worthwhile? Does real creativity stem from getting technically minded business users to play with so-called ‘low code’ drag-and-drop tools that help them express the functionality (and perhaps business logic) that they really wanted the software developers to produce?
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