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Motley Fool  May 11  Comment 
Shares of the business software company rose sharply after it reported a better-than-expected quarter.
Motley Fool  May 11  Comment 
The CRM specialist logged a 25% revenue spike as profits surged in the first quarter.
Forbes  Mar 1  Comment 
Pegasystems uses robotic software to get institutional clients into their systems across the globe and across lines of business while meeting the regulatory requirements.
Motley Fool  Feb 24  Comment 
Spiking backlog figures point to accelerating sales gains ahead.
Motley Fool  Jan 7  Comment 
The business management software company ended the year on a high note. Here's what investors need to know.




 
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Pegasystems (NASDAQ: PEGA) sells hardware and computer software and services used to store and manage customer relationships to automate business processes. The process management technology enables organizations to build, deploy, and change enterprise applications by directly capturing business objectives, automating programming, and automating work. It also allows organizations to unify business rules with business processes in the software and automating the creation of system documentation. PEGA additionally provides implementation, consulting, training and technical support services to its customers.

The company's automated workflow product is technologically more advanced than manual process management utilities currently used by Fortune-100 companies because it allows for a rules-based engine to determine multiple process configurations and results. Corporations and government agencies demanding better use of their internal data and seeking greater efficiencies are using similar automated workflow products, particularly in the area of customer servicing. Pega sells consulting and implementation packages, along with its core software product, to address this demand.

To help PEGA meet all of its customers' needs, it has partnerships with many industry leaders such as Cisco Systems (CSCO), International Business Machines (IBM), and Business Objectsamong others.

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