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Top WorkTech News From the Week of February 11th: Updates from Creatio, WEBCON, HCL, and More

Top WorkTech News - February 11th

Top WorkTech News - February 11th

The editors at Solutions Review have curated this list of the most noteworthy WorkTech news from the past week. This roundup covers new product features and launches from Creatio, WEBCON, and HCL Technologies, alongside a rebranding for LockerDome.

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Top WorkTech News from the Week of February 11th, 2022

Creatio Reveals Creatio 8.0 Atlas, the Next Major Update for its Platform

During its Freedom Release special event, Creatio revealed details about Creatio 8.0 Atlas, the latest significant update for its platform. With 8.0 Atlas, Creatio provides creators with “next-level tools” for building enterprise applications and workflows. Other additions include a consolidated No-Code Designer, a new UI/UX framework configuration titled the Freedom UI Designer, a new composable approach to building apps, and more. The update is available to all Creatio customers and is compatible with prior versions of the platform.

HCL Technologies Launches MVision, a New Framework to Help Manufacturers Improve Innovation

HCL Technologies announced the launch of the MVision framework, a new initiative to help manufacturing companies improve their digital adoption rates, deploy “next-generation” transformation solutions, save money, improve innovation, and more. The MVision framework is designed to improve company processes with sustainable engagement models that meet automation, digitization, and commercial engagement needs. MVision will also enhance HCL’s manufacturing solution offerings with new AR/VR, automation, AI/ML, and other solutions.

LockerDome Rebrands as Decide and Launches the Decision Marketplace, a Machine-Learning Platform

On February 7th, LockerDome announced that it is rebranding as Decide, a decision that reflects “its growing ambition to develop machine learning technologies that automate decision-making.” Alongside the rebrand, Decide also introduced its audience to the Decision Marketplace, a new machine-learning and decision platform designed to help users navigate the shifts and trends affecting the digital advertising industry. With the Decision Marketplace, analysts have access to a composable environment to build, test, train, and deploy machine learning models.

WEBCON Launches WEBCON BPS 2022, the Newest Update to its Platform

WEBCON recently announced the launch of BPS 2022, the latest version of its low-code platform. WEBCON BPS 2022 presents a suite of new enhancements to the low-code platform, including reusable, self-contained automation flows, assignable user substitutions, updated application prototyping tools, and various improvements to form designs, management, and data connectivity. Additionally, the BPS 2022 release introduces a free, online-only subscription version of the Designer Desk solution alongside enhancements to its transition paths, auto-generated documentation, video tutorials, and other functionalities.

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