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CMS-Connected Live on Location at ProgressNext in Boston

Join us at ProgressNEXT 2018, May 29th - June 1st in Boston where together we will learn, connect, collaborate and reimagine everything that’s possible with Progress Sitefinity.

Last year, Laura Myers and Venus Tamturk were very fortunate to be able to attend the SitefinitySummit 2017 as media reporters with over 150 partners and customers. During the three-day event, they had an opportunity to capture the buzz directly from the event floor and even had the opportunity to sit down with a number of customers, partners, and leadership, all providing us with insightful stories on industry trends and utilizing the Sitefinity platform. 

With over 2700 + customers and 15,000 + websites in 115 countries it is one of the leading web content management systems so it’s no surprise that we are very excited to be invited back again this year!

For those of you not very familiar with the event, ProgressNEXT is a global gathering of Progress customers and partners with a common goal; to deliver on the next generation of business apps for their organization.

You'll hear from some of the best and brightest minds in the industry. Featured keynote speakers will include VP and Principal Analyst of Forrester Michael Facemire, Loren Jarrett, Progress CMO; John Ainsworth, SVP Core Products; Dmitri Tcherevik, CTO of Progress and Yogesh Gupta,CEO.

Keynote speakers: Shawn Achor, Troy Hunt, Kirsten Newbold-Knipp and James Norwood

After a full day of learning and networking with likeminded individuals, don’t miss out on Progress’ nightly events. Be sure to also check out the city in full bloom and enjoy everything historic that Boston has to offer (maybe even indulge in some delicious lobster!)

If you already know that you are attending this year, send us an email to snag your seat to be part of our educational and entertaining interviews at ProgressNEXT 2018.


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