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TMCNet:  Vitria Seeks to Rescue Stranded Progress Software Customers

[November 06, 2012]

Vitria Seeks to Rescue Stranded Progress Software Customers

SUNNYVALE, Calif., Nov. 6, 2012 /PRNewswire via COMTEX/ -- Vitria Technology, Inc., the Operational Intelligence Company, today announced that it is offering a "rescue" promotion for prospective and existing Progress Software customers who have been stranded by the company's decision to divest from multiple product lines. Progress Software has announced its definitive agreement to sell its Sonic, Savvion, Actional and DataXtend (DXSI) product lines to the investment arm of Trilogy Enterprises. Two of these product lines - Actional and Savvion - are vital components of the Progress Responsive Process Management (RPM) Suite.

(Logo: http://photos.prnewswire.com/prnh/20120920/SF77971LOGO) As rescue, Progress Software customers and prospects who upgrade to Vitria Operational Intelligence will receive their first OI App for FREE.

OI apps perform real-time analysis on multiple sources of data, from historical data at rest to Big Data in motion. Operational Intelligence (OI) is faster to deploy and offers a vastly greater set of continuous, real-time intelligence capabilities when compared to Progress' technologies. Operational Intelligence provides real-time, continuous insight into Big Data, complex events and business processes to drive informed business decisions and actions. Operational Intelligence can address a variety of use cases ranging from mobile customer monitoring to smart grid analytics to business process visibility and process discovery.

With a free OI App, Vitria seeks to extend a lifeline to customers stranded with technology bought from Progress Software and wishing to embrace a superior architecture. Vitria's unified Operational Intelligence platform can be deployed without disrupting existing enterprise applications.

To take advantage of the offer, please visit: www.StrandedByProgress.com.

Additional Resource Links Vitria WebsiteVitria BlogVitria on Twitter About VitriaVitria Technology, Inc. provides the industry's leading Operational Intelligence platform, empowering partners and customers alike to develop innovative Operational Intelligence solutions to analyze Big Data, complex events and business processes in the proper context and take real-time action. The result is faster, better decision-making. With a rich heritage as a BPM technology pioneer, Vitria's award-winning process integration solutions provide the backbone for many Global 2000 companies' mission-critical business processes. Vitria has customers in North America, South America, Europe, Asia and Australia.

SOURCE Vitria Technology, Inc.

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