Business Insider November 7, 2011

Beating Global Regulators to the Finish Line

Progress Software CTO, John Bates, comments on new trading regulations on both sides of the pond.

CMS Critic November 3, 2011

New Release from Sitefinity Brings Plenty to the Table

CMS Critic explores some of the highlights of the Sitefinity 4.3 release, focusing on the Ecommerce enhancements and the new widgets.

CMS Wire November 3, 2011

Sitefinity 4.3 Web CMS, More Social & E-Commerce Capabilities

CMS Wire reviews the new functionalities and improvements, brought by the Sitefinity 4.3 release: the enhancements in the Ecommerce and Email campaigns modules, the new widgets, the migration tool, and the improvements in the speed of the CMS.

Huff Post October 10, 2011

SEC May Monitor High-Frequency Trading With Consolidated Audit Trail

Progress Software CTO, John Bates, comments on new trading regulations on both sides of the pond.

Huff Post October 7, 2011

Bank of America: The Wrong Kind of Responsive

Progress Software CTO, John Bates, comments on the Bank of America response to the Dodd-Frank Act by implementing fees for debit card users.

Pipeline October 1, 2011

Why Comply?

Reporting on his attendance at Progress Revolution in September, analyst P.J. Jakovljevic, describes Progress' breadth and depth of solutions - from OpenEdge to Arcade to Actional and beyond.

ZDNet September 30, 2011

Align expectations for project success

Reporter Michael Krisgsman, ZDNet, reports via video on Progress Software Revolution event and the need to align business goals for the most effective BPM.

Markets September 28, 2011

Regulators Seek Data

Dan Hubscher comments on new SEC Consolidated Audit Trail

Markets September 27, 2011

Global Solutions Pushed for OTC Data

Dan Hubscher discusses the impact of the data deluge on the current derivatives market

CRN September 27, 2011

New Progress Development Platform Offers SaaS Options For ISVs

Colleen Smith comments on the launch of the new OpenEdge platform from Progress Software

Business Insider September 27, 2011

Drowning In Data: Digging Out of the Digital Quagmire

Dr. John Bates on the need for companies to keep up with increasing amounts of data.  

Integration developer news September 21, 2011

BPM in 2011: Virtusa, Progress Team Up for RPM Education, Engagements

IT services firm Virtusa Corp. teams with Progress Software to launch a new service which extends BPM / RPM capabilities to clients.

Advanced Trading September 21, 2011

Rogue Watch: Beware False Trades

Progress Software industry vice-president, banking & capital markets Dr. Richard Bentley writes a contributed piece on rogue trading and prevention. September 21, 2011

At Progress Software event: As SOA meets new challenges, ESBs must rise in response

Progress Revolution event mentioned in article on ESB's and the increased role they play in the SOA space.

Financial Times September 21, 2011

Transparency: A welcome trend for financial institutions of every size and type

John Bates, chief technology officer of Progress Software, says that the most significant trend capital markets are having to deal with is the altered financial environment.

GIGAOM September 20, 2011

How technology is changing business [Infographic]

Progress Software created an infographic based on research from Economist Intelligence Unit on the pace of business being on the rise.

Enterprise Irregulars September 20, 2011

Progress Revolution Kicks Off: @RReidy and @DrJohnBates Keynotes

Summary of the kick-off from Progress Revolution.

USA Today September 19, 2011

What might have happened in $2.3B UBS case?

Dan Hubscher of Progress Software, says history shows rogue traders can "make unauthorized changes to back-office systems," engage in trading activities that mask risk or simply get involved in risky trading that is ignored by risk managers "as long as profits are made."

USA Today Money September 16, 2011

What might have happened in $2.3B UBS case?

Progress Capital Markets industry marketing manager, Dan Hubscher comments on the UBS rogue trading case and the need for risk monitoring and prevention

USA Today Money September 16, 2011

Humans vs. computers: Which truly dominates trading?

Progress CTO, John Bates, comments on algorithmic trading and computer vs. human trading.