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Progress Software Introduces a Progress OpenEdge BPM Initiative to Deliver the Industry’s First True “Business Process Application”

September 14, 2010 No Comments

    Progress Software Corporation, a software provider that enables enterprises to be operationally responsive, introduced today Progress(R) OpenEdge(R) BPM, a new strategic initiative that delivers Progress’ independent software vendor (ISV) partners and customers with new capabilities for building applications that provide continuous business process improvements. The Progress OpenEdge BPM initiative achieves this by integrating business process modeling, monitoring and management capabilities of its industry-leading Progress Savvion(TM) BPM product with the high-performance business application platform, Progress OpenEdge. OpenEdge BPM is a revolutionary initiative because it provides the first platform to enable the complete development of robust business process applications for both on-premise and cloud deployment environments.

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