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Amduus Information Works, Inc. develops enterprise level software for commercial/non-profit organizations and government agencies. Industries include marketing, manufacturing, service, health care, judicial systems, law enforcement, e-commerce, and real estate. The company develops software per specification as well runs it's own Software as a Service (SaaS) applications.

Example software includes work order tickets, MRP (II), ERP, returns authorization, contracts management, product registration, CRM, juror registration, law enforcement, work flow, document management, e-commerce, health insurance claims, real estate underwriting, and marketing tools such as CMS based web sites, brochure/info web sites, survey tools, etc.

Video on how to call a web service in the Progress ABL

There are more and more questions on how to work web services and SOAs with Progress technologies. This is a "get you started" video on how to call most of the web services out there in the world (except for the really bad ones.)

While it is done using Linux and a character program - it can be done with any platform or interface (chui, giu, wui) you choose to develop on as it is a pure Progress coding solution.

The video can be found here.

Video on setting up Webspeed on MS Windows

Since it is asked quite often in the Progess community how to set up a broker in the MS Widnows environment, here is a little video on how to accomplish this.

View the video here

Federal Contracts Database

For those who may be looking for something to do, perhaps this can be a lead. There is going to be a lot of work available through the government! If you nab one, don't forget who alerted you to it.

https://www.fbo.gov/index?cck=1&au=&ck=

Book about object oriented programming available

"Discussions Of Object Oriented Programming In Progress OpenEdge 10.1x" is jammed packed with examples of objects for those who "learn by example."

The book can be purchased here: http://www.lulu.com/content/4609181

An inexpensive means of market research

I was watching the Charlie Rose interview with Marc Andreessen and he mentioned an interesting and inexpensive means of product marketing research.

Google Adwords.

Before even laying down a stitch of code, go out and buy some ad words based on the features, industry, or demographic for your product. It doesn't have to even go to a real page (of course you probably don't want to screw your domain so use another) - just use the web site to pick up on how much interest there is in that product.

See the interview here:

http://www.charlierose.com/view/interview/10093

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