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Progress Software is planning to add 200 staff worldwide for IT as well as customer-facing roles including sales and marketing positions. About 60 of those hires will be in the U.S., where the company has nine offices.
Progress Software CEO, Rick Reidy, discusses the company's decision to abandon the use of currency hedging, a practice currently adopted by only a small minority of multinationals.
Progress Software CTO, John Bates, comments on recommendations of the Joint CFTC-SEC Advisory Committee on Emerging Regulatory Issues regarding the prevention of future flash crashes.
Progress Software CTO, John Bates, comments on flash crash prevention.
Dr Giles Nelson, Deputy Chief Technology Officer at Progress Software, comments on JPMorgan reducing number of trading platforms.
Progress Software commissions Vanson Bourne to develop survey on 2011 IT predictions.
John Bates discusses the dangerous potential of social bots to algorithms that monitor social media to gauge market sentiment
John Bates, CTO of Progress Software, comments on dangers of a "flash crash" in algorithmic trading structures.
Data Direct Connect for ODBC 7.0
Progress Software CTO, John Bates, discusses the potential for "splash crashes" in 2011.
Progress Software is included in Forrester Research's Java ecosystem infographic
Telerik had a big week as it unveiled version 4.0 of Sitefinity, and announced the purchase of Mallsoft, an ecommerce integration vendor.
Progress Software’s OpenEdge BPM platform is used by Skyward Inc.
Completely rebuilt from the ground up, Sitefinity’s 4.0 version was designed to increase developer productivity and the ability to easily develop 3rd party components, as well as to improve the business user experience.
Progress Software announces its 2012 Capital Markets Predictions
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