Progress Software partners with Practiv in NZ

Progress Software partners with Practiv in NZ

Business application vendor appoints local systems integrator as its NZ partner

Business application vendor, Progress Software, has appointed Practiv as its New Zealand services partner.

The Auckland based software developer and systems integrator will now be responsible for carrying out internal and client services engagements on behalf of Practiv.

Progress A/NZ managing director, Peter Fuller, said the partnership is designed to capitalise on an opportunity for the OpenEdge AppDevelopment platform.

“One of the standard service offerings we plan to work with Practiv on is our OpenEdge AppDevelopment platform to add to the strong uptake we have already seen in New Zealand,” he said.

Practiv operations director, Tony Wilson, also sees local interest for the Cloud based features of the OpenEdge AppDevelopment platform.

“With, we see a tremendous opportunity here in New Zealand, as these features are not always offered by other businesses, particularly in relation to the Cloud,” he said.

“We’re thrilled to work with such a mature toolset from an established company such as Progress.”

Patrick Budmar covers consumer and enterprise technology breaking news for IDG Communications. Follow Patrick on Twitter at @patrick_budmar.

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