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CTO Michael Rowley Presents Cloud Extend at Red Hat Summit and JBoss World 2011

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If you haven’t seen Cloud Extend, our new product offering that puts SaaS customization into the hands of business users, here are a few live and virtual opportunities May 3-6 at Red Hat Summit and JBoss World in Boston:

Our CTO, Michael Rowley Ph.D., will be presenting Cloud Extend on May 5 at the Red Hat Summit in Boston. The theme is “Your Cloud Application Isn’t Done Yet,” meaning that your SaaS application is probably not done until you have added some level of customization. See Lori MacVittie’s insightful review of Could Extend here: http://bit.ly/llIJ8M.

Principal Analyst Mike Gualtieri from Forrester Research, Inc., will be featured in a related live webinar on May 4, “3 Steps to Get Business Users on Your Side,” on how to encourage business users to design SaaS process applications—at the heart of Cloud Extend and its underlying design technology Socrates.

Stop by booth 204 for live demos of Cloud Extend, Socrates and ActiveVOS BPMS. And for the chance to win an iPad, which coincidentally, is what we will use to show you the power of our products.

Details on the events are in the attached announcement. We hope to see you, live or virtually, next week!

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CTO Michael Rowley Presents Cloud Extend at Red Hat Summit and JBoss World 2011

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