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Progress Software Corp.


How can you build better business applications? That''s the question that drives Progress Software Corporation, which creates and delivers the technology that lets Independent Software Vendors (ISVs) and IT organizations build, deploy, and manage powerful, enterprise-class business software. Progress Software knows that businesses today need applications that are productive, responsive, reliable, and cost-efficient. Founded in 1981 by high-technology veteran Joseph W. Alsop, Progress Software has grown into a $240 million global software industry leader. Progress Software''s four headquarters-serving the North America, Latin America, EMEA (Europe, Middle East and Africa), and Asia/Pacific regions-deliver a comprehensive range of products and support services to customers worldwide. At work in more than 80,000 sites and more than 100 countries, the company has flourished through a well-established base of ISVs who use Progress Software technology to build highly functional and scalable applications. Progress Software is also widely used by larger corporations'' IT departments, which use our products and services to create Internet and enterprise-based business applications that automate internal, business-to-business and business-to-consumer sales, service, and operational processes. There''s a reason for Progress Software''s success: Performance. Not Promises. Our products get the job done-quickly, reliably, and cost-effectively. Our customers tell us that their Progress Software-based solutions work reliably for years-so reliably that they''re able to focus their total attention on meeting business demands rather than the underlying technology. And most importantly, Progress Software lets you leverage all the power of the Internet, now and as it changes. Whatever challenges you have, whatever industry you''re in, a cost-effective Progress Software-based solution awaits you.

progress  the question that drives Progress Software Corporation, which creates and delivers the technology that lets Independent Software Vendors (ISVs) and IT organizations build, deploy, and manage powerful, enterprise-class business software. Progress Software knows that businesses today need applications that are productive, responsive, reliable, and cost-efficient. Founded in 1981 by high-technology veteran Joseph W. Alsop, Progress Software has grown into a $240 million global software industry leader. Read More

Meet the New (Revolutionized) Progress Software


According to TEC principal analyst P.J. Jakovljevic, some solid, growing, and profitable software companies never get the respect they deserve. Progress Software is one such company. Its OpenEdge platform is now fully enabled for business process management and for the cloud, and it has a winning team of acquisitions. Has Progress finally found the right balance of revenue streams and diversification to be more than the sum of its parts?

progress  the New (Revolutionized) Progress Software In my nearly decade and a half as an enterprise software industry analyst, I’ve seen and written about a number of universally admired star software providers. But every now and then I get to know solid, growing, and profitable software companies that, for whatever reason, are underappreciated and underreported on. Three-decade-old Bedford, Massachusetts–based Progress Software Corporation (NASDAQ: PRGS) with about 1,600 employees is one such Rodney Read More

Progress Offers a Test Drive


Progress Software offers customers the opportunity to test drive applications via the Internet.

progress  Event Summary In March, Progress Software Corporation (NASDAQ: PRGS) announced the launch of its AppsAlive! preview site, which allows its ASPconnections.com portal to showcase live ASP business applications from multiple software vendors. AppsAlive!, a new initiative from Progress Software's ASPEN 2000 Program, helps Independent Software Vendors (ISVs) deploy their ASP applications on the Web and enables end-users to test-drive the applications at no charge. Available at www.ASPconnections.com, Read More

Progress Acquires BravePoint to Arm OpenEdge with Services


On the eve of its recent Progress Exchange 2014 conference, Progress acquired its longstanding partner BravePoint, Inc., a Georgia-based subsidiary of Chesapeake Utilities Corporation and a provider of consulting, training, and application development services. This acquisition significantly extends Progress’s services capabilities and enhances its ability to help its partners and customers modernize their existing IT assets.

progress  eve of its recent Progress Exchange 2014 conference, Progress acquired its longstanding partner BravePoint, Inc. , a Georgia-based subsidiary of Chesapeake Utilities Corporation and a provider of consulting, training, and application development services. This acquisition significantly extends Progress’s services capabilities and enhances its ability to help its partners and customers modernize their existing IT assets.   BravePoint was one of the first IT companies to recognize the demand for skilled Read More

Incident Management for the Enterprise


It’s almost a certainty that every company will, at some time or other, face a significant incident. As such, many experts are turning to enterprise incident management. It empowers professionals from a variety of fields to work together to solve problems in a coordinated, disciplined manner so that budgets can be justified and progress can be made quickly. Learn how incident management can benefit your business.

progress  can be justified and progress can be made quickly. Learn how incident management can benefit your business. Incident Management for the Enterprise style= border-width:0px; />   comments powered by Disqus Related Topics:   Archival and Disaster Recovery,   Security,   Firewall,   Identity Management/User Provisioning,   Network Security Monitoring,   Virtual Private Network (VPN),   Vulnerability Scanning and Assessment,   IT Monitoring and Management,   Network Management,   Web Log Read More




progress  Track and Analyze the Progress of Online Learning Developing a Company-wide Talent Management System to Track and Analyze the Progress of Online Learning Source: SumTotal Systems Document Type: Case Study Description: The South African retail bank Capitec needed to comply with new legislation on lending policies and track learning activities across bank branches, etc. So, Capitec, with SumTotal® partner LR Learning Solutions, launched a companywide talent management program dubbed “e-village” based Read More




progress  questions Monitoring of onboarding progress by employee, task, or manager via an onboarding dashboard Initiates and tracks new-hire resources (e.g., welcome letters, training materials, hiring paperwork, network access, etc.) Populates internal documents and forms using existing external employee data (e.g., from payroll or human resources systems) Automatically generates employee contract Automatically notifies other areas of the organization of new hire (e.g., security, payroll, etc.) Automatically Read More

SAP Upgrades: Mitigating Risk to Maximize Value


The risks of enterprise resource planning (ERP) upgrades are clear. However, progress has been made, and this is especially true for SAP customers migrating to ECC 5.0. But what are the risks associated with SAP upgrades? And what are specific risk-mitigation approaches? SAP’s ASAP upgrade methodology can help answer these questions to maximize the value of an upgrade investment.

progress   upgrades are clear. However, progress has been made, and this is especially true for SAP customers migrating to ECC 5.0. But what are the risks associated with SAP upgrades? And what are specific risk-mitigation approaches? SAP’s ASAP upgrade methodology can help answer these questions to maximize the value of an upgrade investment. SAP Upgrades: Mitigating Risk to Maximize Value style= border-width:0px; />   comments powered by Disqus Related Topics:   Risk Management,   Software Migration,   Read More

The Alignment-focused Organization: Bridging the Gap between Strategy and Execution


Aligning your business plans with your method of execution requires more than a peek at financial metrics. Initiatives, tasks, people, and metrics must be aligned with corporate goals. Find out how strategy management software, alone or as part of a performance management solution, can provide clear visual links between individual initiatives and broader goals, and ultimately enhance your business’s overall performance.

progress  Behavior Collaborating and Monitoring Progress Collaborating Throughout Execution Monitoring Progress Enabling Real-Time Reporting and Live Operational Reviews Measuring Performance Strategy Management Software as Part of a Complete Performance Management Solution EXECUTIVE SUMMARY Most companies have a well-defined strategy that is intended to align the actions of all individuals, teams, and business units to achieve corporate goals. But when it comes time to execute, they can run into trouble especial Read More

Using BI and BPM to Address the Information Challenges of Midsize Companies


Business intelligence (BI) and business performance management (BPM) are two disciplines that become critical as companies progress through the midsize stage. BI and BPM provide key capabilities that every midsize company should have, to answer fundamental questions about performance, now and in the future. Learn how your operations are affected by specific challenges—and how a BI/BPM solution can help address them.

progress  become critical as companies progress through the midsize stage. BI and BPM provide key capabilities that every midsize company should have, to answer fundamental questions about performance, now and in the future. Learn how your operations are affected by specific challenges—and how a BI/BPM solution can help address them. Using BI and BPM to Address the Information Challenges of Midsize Companies style= border-width:0px; />   comments powered by Disqus Related Topics:   Business Intelligence and Read More