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Progress explains newest acquisition of BravePoint was to bring IT services support to customers and partners.
Australian partner Supercorp has been working with Progress for its entire existence and the company continues to receive support to bring them into the next age of application development.
Progress partner Linx is quickly becoming the largest consulting services company based in Australia.
Progress makes it possible for the business specialist to develop software to meet a specific market need without ever having to involve IT.
Progress applications fuel digital retail business.
John Goodson explains how Progress’ developers have written more new code in the last year than in the previous five and how Progress has had a very productive year.
DataDirect and DataDirect Cloud solve two key problems facing IT.
Progress emphasizes importance of investing in OpenEdge technology at Progress Exchange 2014.
Progress works to expand services offerings with the acquisition of BravePoint.
A view of Progress Exchange 2014 and how Progress is working to help partners and customers stay relevant in the market.
Progress announces 2015 predictions at Progress Exchange 2014.
Progress shares news of new Pacific App Server (PAS) for OpenEdge.
In his Progress Exchange 2014 keynote, Phil Pead emphasized the importance of bringing current applications to the forefront of innovation in the market.
Phil Pead puts emphasis on the importance of investing in core OpenEdge software at Progress Exchange 2014.
Phil Pead explains how Progress is helping its developers and users to modernize.
Macintosh Retail Group, the parent of UK high street shoe retailer Jones Bootmaker and Brantano, has developed a “seamless” cross-channel customer experience using Progress Pacific.
Progress releases 2015 tech market predictions.
Progress Exchange 2014 presents a new way of thinking about moving from systems of record to systems of engagement and truly modernizing applications.
TVH uses Progress PaaS to give its ERP system a modern boost.
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