Posts By: Jaclyn

MythBusters: Roundtable Edition

Director of Business Development Jaclyn Barnard gets to the heart of “what’s new” with Roundtable TSMS with a myth-busting blog. It’s hard keeping up with “what’s new” with your favorite software applications. We thought we’d make this recap of Roundtable TSMS simple and fun. We have highlighted the five biggest changes to Roundtable TSMS in… Read more »

May Your Software “Bring Joy” This Season!?

Director of Business Development Jaclyn Barnard appropriates the popular KonMari Method for software evaluations. In this blog, she suggests that software should deliver more than bottom-line benefits: it should also “bring joy.”  To what extent does the “bring joy” factor play into your organization’s software decisions?  Take this poll.  I have the pleasure of being able… Read more »

Three Ways Roundtable TSMS 11.6 Says “We Get You”

Roundtable TSMS 11.6

Director of Business Development Jaclyn Barnard shares how Roundtable TSMS 11.6 demonstrates their ongoing commitment to deliver “real value” to its end users. Your favorite (and repeatedly proven) best-practice software configuration management solution for Progress OpenEdge development has done it again. This August Roundtable Software announced the latest release of its flagship product Roundtable TSMS. If… Read more »

Three Things You Need to Know about Roundtable TSMS 11.5 Today

Director of Business Development Jaclyn Barnard lists three things that everyone in the Roundtable community should know about the latest release. 1. Roundtable TSMS 11.5 offers the option for private, parallel development. In case you missed the buzz, this means that end users upgrading to the latest release can now experience, as Roundtable Product Architect… Read more »

Progress Is All Around Us – And It’s a Wrap!

Progress recently announced Roundtable Software as the winner of the Powered by Progress Award in the Social Media/Web category. Director of Business Development Jaclyn Barnard shares how a desire to “change the conversation” sparked the vision for this award-winning campaign. We have been Powered by Progress for almost 20 years – and proud of it. When Progress Software challenged its partners to… Read more »

Progress Is All Around Us — Update

The end is near. Marketing Assistant Jess Barnard recaps how we fared (and are faring) with our photo-driven “Progress Is All Around Us” social media campaign. With camera, map, and Powered by Progress sign in hand, Jaclyn and I headed out on a few sunny SoCal afternoons for a photo shoot featuring people, places, and things that… Read more »

Roundtable TSMS for Agile Development

Did you know that Agile shops can benefit from Roundtable TSMS? In this month’s video tip, Roundtable Consultant Michael Solomon explains how you can leverage task management features in Roundtable TSMS to support Agile methods. According to Michael, the Roundtable Tasks window (see image below) gives you the ability to define the work within each sprint… Read more »

Transitions Optical Easily Satisfies Audit Requirements and Increases Productivity with Roundtable TSMS

With steady growth and an increasing workload, the Transitions Optical North America IT group was committed to ensuring quality control and continued compliance with Sarbanes Oxley (SOX) audit requirements. The global eyecare manufacturer implemented the Roundtable® TSMS Software Configuration Management solution to maintain source control for the company’s 600+ QAD ERP application customizations. Since implementing… Read more »

Roundtable TSMS 11.2.4 Task Imports

Do you want an easier way to find and import Tasks? How about the ability to compare a version currently in the workspace with a version that is going to be imported? In this video tip, Roundtable Product Architect Jeff Ledbetter shows us how that is possible with just one of the new features in the… Read more »

Progress Is All Around Us — Outtakes

We are having such a great time with our “Progress is all around us” photo campaign. Thank you so much for all of the likes, shares, and retweets. Keep them coming Progress community! Perhaps some of the biggest gems from this campaign have been the photos … specifically, the ones that we didn’t like. At… Read more »