New Progress CTO, Matt Robinson, shares his thoughts about the technology landscape and how the vision for Progress technologies is uniquely positioned to meet today’s challenges.
A few weeks back we had the opportunity to sit down with our newly appointed Chief Technology Officer (CTO), Matt Robinson. Matt came to Progress in 2013 through the acquisition of Rollbase, which he founded. During his time at Progress, he’s been heavily involved the development, strategy and vision around much of our application development practice, so taking on the CTO position was a natural progression.
He welcomes the opportunity to work with a great group of colleagues to drive omni-channel digital experiences using the sweeping portfolio of Progress solutions.
Passionate about all things technology, Matt shared his thoughts about his new role, why he wanted to be CTO and what excites him about the future of Progress. He also offered his insights about the top industry trends and challenges, as well as how Progress addresses the needs of our customers and partners―including the value Telerik brings to the mix.
To see the full interview and hear his thoughts, click here. To learn more about Progress, visit our company page.
Erica has more than 15 years’ experience in high-tech PR and corporate communications. With a focus on building awareness across the media, analyst and influencer communities, she has worked with all kinds of businesses--from start-up to global tech giants to build visibility, credibility and market awareness within the business, trade and online media. At Progress, Erica and her team are responsible for worldwide media, analyst, social media and customer relations activities.
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