Telerik by Progress What it Means for You 870x220

You’ll soon start seeing our products referenced as “Telerik by Progress”—a signal that you now benefit from the strength of Progress, incorporating the Telerik vision and energy you know and love.

When we started Telerik nearly 14 years ago, we had a bold objective—to be the #1 UI vendor in the world. In those 14 years, we worked relentlessly to establish ourselves as a leader in .NET, HTML5 and Mobile UI. With our success, we went beyond UI and brought to market many additional tools for testing, debugging, coding and more to aid the productivity of developers.

In all those years we stayed true to our mission—to innovate and help our customers stay on top of the avalanche of technologies and challenges that came their way.

When Telerik joined the Progress family in 2014, we embarked on a journey to bring together the best of two trailblazing organizations that catered to developers. Together, our vision, values and dedication to the developer community are more impactful than ever. Unifying as Progress is an important step towards expanding our product and solutions portfolio—all designed to help developers solve the most pressing application development challenges.

So, while the logos and signs are changing, you’ll still get the same great family of products—UI frameworks and app development tools our 1.9 million-strong developer community relies on. We’ll always keep our focus on delivering the industry’s most powerful developer experiences, responsive support and aggressive roadmap influenced by our customers’ needs.

Best regards,

Vassil Terziev

Chief Innovation Officer, Progress

Co-founder, Telerik

 

Read about the new Progress brand and digital transformation vision from Progress CEO, Phil Pead


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Vassil Terziev

As Chief Innovation Officer at Progress, Vassil Terziev is responsible for identifying growth strategies and new market opportunities, as well as promoting internal innovation.

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