The European Union’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR)
goes into effect on 25 May 2018 and will have a significant impact on many businesses. Organizations can face stiff penalties if found to be non-compliant. While we can’t ensure your GDPR compliance, as your technology partner we’re sharing information about the tools available within your OpenEdge application to consider as you address certain GDPR requirements.
Progress recognizes that the requirements for business application development and deployment constantly change and we’re committed to delivering agile solutions that enable you to embrace change and turn it into a competitive advantage. From the powerful Progress OpenEdge application development platform, to UI and developer tools focusing on the core of the app,
to data connectivity, backend as a service, web content management and predictive analytics, Progress enables you to rapidly develop and deliver the best next-generation, mission-critical business applications.
Enhancing the security of your Progress OpenEdge application is key to a comprehensive and holistic security strategy. Applying best practices to your application environment is much easier with the latest security technology available in OpenEdge 11.7 and Progress Application Server for OpenEdge.
Learn about twelve examples of patient-centric and connected care digital health experiences founded on Progress Health Cloud.
Patients are morphing into healthcare consumers, and healthcare providers and suppliers face a tighter reimbursement landscape. Pharma and life science companies will cope by bringing data together from inside and outside of the traditional healthcare system, and quickly delivering solutions via a new generation of Enterprise Health Clouds.
The transition to value-based outcomes, an aging population, and new mobile and wearable technologies are driving changes across every aspect of the healthcare industry.
Advances in digital health technologies hold great promise that healthcare can be delivered in smarter, simpler, and more cost-effective ways. Mobile technologies can foster patient engagement, enhance care team communication, reduce cost of delivery, and improve the health care experience for both patients and their providers.
The key is figuring out which apps to tackle first. This document outlines a few of the key use cases that are showing positive impact. While this isn’t an exhaustive list, it provides several great places to start on the digital health innovation journey.
Many healthcare organizations have recognized that having a mobile presence is vital for remaining relevant and competitive, with many organizations establishing a mobile presence in one way or another. However, many of these initial attempts at establishing a meaningful mobile presence have fallen short of expectations.
With Progress Health Cloud, healthcare organizations can launch their Minimum Viable Product (MVP) app in record time while still creating great digital experiences with high user satisfaction.
IT needs a fast way to SQL-enable their internal API layer for business intelligence.
Organizations are investing heavily in API layers to control authentication and data access from one place. However, enterprise data teams can’t access this data from their favorite BI tools such as IBM Cognos, OBIEE, TIBCO or MicroStrategy without complex custom coding.
As companies adopt multiple analytical and data management tools, SQL access to the enterprise API layer (or data access layer) is crucial. The ideal solution enables you to quickly build real-time access to your API layer from popular BI tools, while taking advantage of centralized API management capabilities.
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