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PegaWorld 2011 Revisited
How did Pegasystems avert disaster and become one of the fastest growing technology companies? The business process management (BPM) vendor started delivering

alan trefler  have one-on-one interviews with Alan Trefler and Kerim Akgonul. Alan Trefler, founder and CEO of Pegasystems, also serves as chairman of the Pegasystems Board of Directors. Alan was named The American Business Award 's “Software CEO of the Year” for 2009. He has frequently presented at international conferences, written articles for major publications, and has been consulted extensively on the use of advanced technologies and work automation. Alan has been profiled in national print and broadcast

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