“REALITIES OF ASP” MICROSOFT CAMPUS, THAMES VALLEY PARK, READING, WEDNESDAY 27TH JUNE, 2001.
Monique Bruins – business development manager Progress Software – EMEA is one of the guest
detailed agenda of the event follows. Monique will be speaking at 11.25 and will be available
(Please let us know as soon as possible if you would like to attend the event and/or
22 June 2001 - Monique Bruins – business development manager Progress Software EMEA will be
explaining how the
Progress ASPen (ASP Enablement) Program has successfully assisted its ISVs to become ASPs.
With 200 of its
ISVs (independent software vendors) now offering ASP applications, Progress has one of the
ASP communities - 70,000 at the last count. Despite the overhyping of the early growth and
muddying of the
true definition of an ASP with too many application-free ‘hosters’ jumping on the band wagon,
the pundits all
agree that it is the deployment method of the future. Monique will examine where ASP is
concentrating on examples that illustrate niche expertise or where the ASP model itself can
value, such as in supply chain integration or where it delivers a fast return on investment.
She will also
touch on the technologies which are transforming the pricing model and making it more viable
About the Progress Company
The Progress Company is a global supplier of software technology and services for developing,
integrating and managing e-business solutions. The company provides a comprehensive suite of
includes application development tools, application servers, the leading e-business messaging
and the industry's most widely used, lowest-cost-of-ownership embedded database.
The Progress Company's partners include more than 2000 independent software vendors (ISVs)
service providers (ASPs) who supply annually over $5 billion in Progress®-based applications
services. Over 40,000 organisations across more than 100 countries - including 60% of the
Fortune 100 - rely
on Progress-based applications. The Progress Company, an operating company of Progress
(NASDAQ: PRGS), is headquartered in Bedford, Mass., and can be reached at 01753 216300 or on
the Web at
Progress is a registered trademark of Progress Software Corporation in the US and other
countries. ASPEN is a
servicemark of Progress Software Corporation in the US. Any other trademarks and/or
herein are the property of their respective owners.
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“Realities of ASP” Agenda
- Mark Craddock – Microsoft
10.10-10.30 Keynote – History of ASP
- Caspar Gilroy – ITOutpost
10.30-11.10 Who is actually using ASP?
- Dave Mills – Futurelink
11.10-11.25 Coffee Break
11.25-12.0 Is ASP working?
- Monique Bruins – Progress Software
12.00-12.45 Does ASP save you money?
- Bill Joss – 7Global
13.30-14.10 Are ASP solutions more secure?
- James Bushell – Unisys
14.10-14.50 Keynote – What is the future for ASP?
- Gary Pugh – Oracle
14.50 Close – Mark Craddock
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