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Sanjay Kumar comments on trends among carries in the cloud space.
How ultra-fast trading has transformed global markets in recent years.
Progress Software appoints Mike Gualtieri.
Dr. John Bates is quoted discussing how ultra-fast trading has transformed global markets in recent years.
Henry Hicks, industry vice president of supply chain, and Guy Courtin, supply chain industry marketing manager, discuss their predictions for supply chain management in 2012.
Bylined article on RPM in supply chain management.
Progress Software is mentioned in a roundup of complex event processing products.
How carriers are adopting a fresh approach to maximize profitability.
News article about 2012 IT predictions.
Giles Nelson, cofounder of Progress Apama, discusses 2012 traders hiring trends.
CMS Critic reviews the new features of Sitefinity 4.4. The focus is put on the Module Builder tool which takes a huge step forward in boosting developer productivity, on the site sync feature, and on the customization options.
Hub Vandervoort, CTO of SOA Infrastructure Products, comments on complex event processing.
Acquisition of Corticon, OEM partner programme, relationship to longstanding partners.
Progress Software announces Henry Hicks as new hire for supply chain.
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