Top WorkTech News From the Week of February 18th: Updates from SAP, Nintex, DuploCloud, and More

WorkTech News

The editors at Solutions Review have curated this list of the most noteworthy WorkTech news from the past week. This roundup covers updated product features from SAP, an acquisition by Nintex, new reports from Constellation Research, and a round of funding from DuploCloud.

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Top WorkTech News from the Week of February 18th, 2022


Constellation Research Releases its 2022 ShortList for Enterprise Application Platforms

Strategic advisory and analyst firm Constellation Research recently released the findings from its Constellation ShortList Enterprise Application Platforms. The report from Holger Mueller spotlights nine enterprise application platforms that companies should have on their radar. These include Infor OS, the Microsoft Dynamics Platform, the Oracle NetSuite SuiteCloud Platform, the Oracle Visual Builder, the Salesforce Platform, SAP BTP, the Unit4 People Platform, the Workday platform, and the Zoho Creator Platform. Constellation evaluated over twenty solutions in the enterprise application marketplace and selected these companies based on criteria like market share, internal research, client inquiries, customer references, and more.


Constellation Research Releases its 2022 ShortList for Enterprise Low-Code Tools and Platforms

Strategic advisory and analyst firm Constellation Research recently released the findings from its Constellation ShortList Enterprise Low-Code Tools and Platforms. The report from Holger Mueller and Dion Hinchcliffe spotlights ten enterprise low-code tools and platforms that companies should be paying attention to. These include Appian, Google AppSheet, Mendix by Siemens, Oracle APEX, OutSystems, Pegasystems, ServiceNow, Vinyl by Zudy, Volt MX by HCL Software, and the Zoho Creator Platform. Constellation evaluated over thirty solutions in the enterprise low-code platform marketplace and selected these companies based on criteria like market share, internal research, client inquiries, customer references, and more.


Constellation Research Releases its 2022 ShortList for Healthcare Enterprise Resource Planning

Strategic advisory and analyst firm Constellation Research recently released its Constellation ShortList Healthcare Enterprise Resource Planning findings. The report from R “Ray” Wang spotlights four enterprise resource planning (ERP) software providers that healthcare companies should be paying attention to. These include Allscripts, Infor CloudSuite, Oracle, and Workday. Constellation evaluated over ten solutions in the healthcare ERP marketplace and selected these companies based on criteria like market share, internal research, client inquiries, customer references, and more.


Constellation Research Releases its 2022 ShortList for Product-Centric Cloud ERP

Strategic advisory and analyst firm Constellation Research recently released its Constellation ShortList Product-Centric Cloud ERP findings. The report from R “Ray” Wang spotlights eleven product-centric ERP providers that companies should be paying attention to. These include Epicor, IFS, Infor CloudSuite, Microsoft Dynamics 365, Oracle ERP Cloud, Oracle NetSuite, Plex Systems, QAD, Rootstock Software, Sage X3, and SAP S/4HANA Cloud. Constellation evaluated approximately twenty-five solutions in the product-centric cloud ERP marketplace and selected these companies based on criteria like market share, internal research, client inquiries, customer references, and more.


Constellation Research Releases its 2022 ShortList for Services-Centric Cloud ERP

Strategic advisory and analyst firm Constellation Research recently released its Constellation ShortList Services-Centric Cloud ERP findings. The report from R “Ray” Wang spotlights eight services-centric ERP providers that companies should be paying attention to. These include FinancialForce, Infor CloudSuite, Microsoft Dynamics 365, Oracle ERP Cloud, Oracle NetSuite, SAP S/4HANA, Unit4, and Workday. Constellation evaluated over twenty solutions in the service-centric cloud ERP marketplace and selected these companies based on criteria like market share, internal research, client inquiries, customer references, and more.


DuploCloud Raises $15 Million in a Series A Funding Round

Duplo Cloud, a DevOps-as-a-Service provider, recently announced that it had raised $15 million in a Series A funding round, bringing the company’s total raised capital to $17.5 million. The funding was led by Mayfield, a global venture capital firm, with participation from Monta Vista Capital. DuploCloud will use the funds to continue to scale its product development efforts, expand its global footprint, and invest in the growth of its marketing and sales divisions.


Nintex Acquires Kryon, a Provider of Process Discovery and RPA Solutions

Nintex recently announced that it had acquired Kryon, an “innovator” in the process discovery and robotic process automation (RPA) marketplaces. The acquisition will help Ninex continue to expand the intelligent process automation (IPA) capabilities of its Nintex Process Platform. With Kryon’s AI-powered process discovery technology, Nintex will further its position as a process systems provider for commercial enterprises and government agencies. This is Nintex’s third acquisition in the last sixteen months.


SAP Announces the General Availability of SAP Process Automation

On February 14th, SAP announced the general availability of its SAP Process Automation solution. The solution combines the capabilities of SAP’s Intelligent Robotic Process Automation and Workflow Management solutions into a single, easy-to-use, no-code, and AI-powered experience. With SAP Process Automation, organizations of all sizes can streamline automations with visual drag-and-drop tools, improve process management from an enterprise-grade platform, and more. Existing users of the SAP Workflow Management or SAP Intelligent Robotic Process Automation solutions are encouraged to migrate to SAP Process Automation, where they will have access to additional workflow management, task automation, no-code development capabilities.


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William Jepma