presscovarage-header-bg

Press Coverage


Becker's Hospital Review January 2, 2019

The Future is Now: Reducing Patient No-Shows with AI and ML

The Mark Twain quip — “Never put off till tomorrow, what you can do the day after tomorrow.” — might be an irreverent, tongue-in-check approach to how some healthcare executives chose to purchase and adopt information technology. For many healthcare executives, the day after tomorrow has arrived.


SD Times January 2, 2019

Software Predictions for 2019

Thought leaders weigh in on what we can expect from the software development industry in 2019.


Database Trends and Applications December 5, 2018

Trend-Setting Products in Data and Information Management for 2019

You can call it the new oil, or even the new electricity, but however it is described, it’s clear that data is now recognized as an essential fuel flowing through organizations and enabling never before seen opportunities. However, data cannot simply be collected; it must be handled with care in order to fulfill the promise of faster, smarter decision making.


IoT Agenda December 5, 2018

Building the Predictive Maintenance 4.0 Era with Cognitive-First Models

Predictive maintenance has come a long way since the ’90s. Over the past decade, IIoT and the evolution of analyzing sensor information has pushed organizations to look at new ways to use data to understand machine health.


Redmond Magazine December 4, 2018

Microsoft Doubles Down on Open Source .NET

Microsoft is open sourcing some of the most popular Windows-centric .NET Framework components, particularly Windows Presentation Foundation (WPF), Windows Forms and Windows UI XAML Library (WinUI).


Forbes November 30, 2018

Blockchain, Internet Of Things, And Artificial Intelligence Battle Hype At Expo

For those Silicon Valleyites weary of traveling to Las Vegas for re:Invent, Encore Media Group brought its Blockchain Expo/IoT Expo/AI Expo combo conference to Santa Clara this week.

The combination of three of the most hyped topics in technology today provided a rare opportunity to compare the progress vendors have been making cutting through the noise to bring real solutions to the market.


IoT Agenda November 19, 2018

Low-code and Serverless -- Like Fire and Ice?

Demand for enterprise applications is on the rise, with many IT departments staring down the barrel of a massive app backlog that they can’t possibly work through fast enough. And so, the gauntlet has been thrown — IT needs to rethink its approach to app dev to increase the speed of delivery. Enter two unique solutions to this problem: low-code and serverless.


CMS Connected November 15, 2018

Progress Named a 2018 Gartner Peer Insights Customers’ Choice for Web Content Management

Progress (NASDAQ: PRGS), the leading provider of application development and digital experience technologies, today announced that it has been named a 2018 Gartner Peer Insights Customers’ Choice for Web Content Management (WCM). Gartner Peer Insights Customers’ Choice selections are based on recognitions of vendors submitted by verified end-user professionals. Criteria also considers both the number of reviews and the overall user ratings.


Becker’s Hospital Review November 14, 2018

Is the Patient In? Using Automated, Mobile Apps to Reduce Patient No-Shows

Even with advances in IT, curbing patient no-shows has amounted to healthcare practitioners being busy doing something, but slightly different than the day before.

It is estimated that in 2015, no-shows, on average, cost a single provider nearly $150,000. When you factor for inflation, that same provider, in 2018, would be losing closer to $160,000 in revenue. Text messages and phone calls are ubiquitous, and mining structured and unstructured data from these patient-provider interactions is rarely seamless. More often than not, it is a costly Sisyphean effort that does not lead to actionable, proactive practice changes that can reduce patient no-shows.


Journal of mHealth November 14, 2018

Digital Technologies: Creating New Care Modalities for Diabetes Management

Globally, health systems are facing a triple threat: increasing demands on clinical resources; decreased government spending on healthcare; and a movement toward value-based care.  The Darwinian petri dish of economic health policy change will be perceived by some health systems as formidable challenges, but others will embrace these economic health policy shifts as opportunities for reinvention and innovation. In short, those who embrace change, will thrive.


Information Age November 13, 2018

The Chief Technology Officer: The 'Ultimate Integrator at Any Company'

Dmitri Tcherevik, CTO at Progress, is a serial entrepreneur, having founded and run two successful technology start-ups — most recently MightyMeeting, a cloud-based mobile collaboration platform.


App Developer Magazine November 9, 2018

Angular 7 Highlights, Improvements, and Gotchas

Google recently announced its new Angular 7, which has been noted as a major release spanning the entire platform, including the core framework, Angular Material, and the CLI with synchronized major versions. These benefits along with more, such as CDK virtual scrolling capabilities and drag & drop feature, have developers excited to dive in. Carl Bergenhem, a Product Manager at Progress, digs deeper into the highlights and impacts of the update.


Global Banking and Finance Review November 9, 2018

Are We Witnessing the Death of Websites?

For the past decade, websites have sat at the core of any business’ digital footprint as the primary source of knowledge and customer experience. The rapid increase in the volume and diversity of connected devices and user interfaces, from wearables to chatbots, means that users can access information across various channels and move between different devices seamlessly. In doing this, they expect the same high-quality and secure experience at all times.


InfoWorld November 7, 2018

What’s New in NativeScript 5.0

NativeScript, a framework for native mobile application development leveraging JavaScript technologies, now has Version 5.0 available. 

Featuring a set of cross-platform abstractions and runtimes, the open source NativeScript lets you  develop native mobile apps with JavaScript, TypeScript, or Angular. A NativeScript runtime translates between JavaScript, TypeScript, and Angular and the native APIs in Apple iOS and Google Android, letting developers write an application just once to support both platforms. 



ComputerWeekly November 7, 2018

Progress NativeScript 5.0: Hot Modules & Playground’ Code Samples

New England headquartered Progress has announced the latest release of NativeScript, an open source framework for building native mobile apps with Angular, Vue.js, TypeScript and JavaScript.


Creative Bloq November 7, 2018

7 Hot Web Trends for 2019

Predicting coming web design trends is always tricky. Get it right and you are praised for being ahead of the curve; get it wrong and you are met with a flood of I-told-you-sos. That said, I'm going to push my luck to see if I can provide some insight into the trends that will define web design in 2019 and beyond.


IT Brief November 7, 2018

Why Open Source is at the Core of App Development

Progress announced the latest release of NativeScript, an open source framework for building native mobile apps with Angular, Vue.js, TypeScript and JavaScript. This new release comes as the framework hits a major milestone of 3.5 million downloads in under three years, since its original launch in 2015.


SearchMobileComputing November 6, 2018

Cross-Platform Frameworks Offer One-Code Path to Mobile Dev

Mobile app developers have a dream: One day, they will share code across web and mobile, across Apple iOS and Google Android platforms. That dream hasn't come to fruition for most developers yet, but it's getting closer.


Database Trends and Applications November 1, 2018

AI-Enabled Predictive Maintenance Can Make Vehicle Recalls a Thing of the Past

With 64 million units having to be taken off the market, 2014 was one of the worst years for the automotive industry in terms of the number of vehicles recalled. The fact that in 2017 the number dropped to only 10 million was an improvement but still not cause for celebrating. Just a few weeks back in March 2018, Tesla recalled 123,000 Model S cars over faulty steering component. The shares of the company fell 4% right after the announcement.


Manufacturing Management October 30, 2018

Why Maintenance Matters

Maintenance may not be at the forefront of your mind, but a good maintenance strategy could be the difference between major breakdowns and smooth sailing.