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Top WorkTech News From the Week of February 23rd: Updates from Wipro, Oracle, Constellation Research, and More

WorkTech News February 23rd

WorkTech News February 23rd

The editors at Solutions Review have curated this list of the most noteworthy WorkTech news from the week of February 23rd. This round-up covers announcements and updates from companies like Wipro, Oracle, Constellation Research, and more.

Keeping tabs on the most relevant ERP and BPM news can be time-consuming. As a result, our editorial team aims to summarize the week’s top headlines in the enterprise technology marketplace. The Solutions Review editors will compile a weekly round-up of vendor product news, mergers and acquisitions, venture capital funding, talent acquisition, and other noteworthy WorkTech information. With that in mind, here is some of the top WorkTech news for February 23rd.

Top WorkTech News From the Week of February 23rd, 2024

Apryse Expands its Product Portfolio with the Acquisition of LEAD Technologies

Apryse, a document processing technology provider, has acquired LEAD Technologies, a provider of AI-powered SDK providers for application development. The acquisition will help Apryse expand its product portfolio and healthcare capabilities to provide enterprises with an advanced document processing platform for enterprises. As such, Apryse’s product portfolio will now include LEAD’s flagship product, LEADTOOLS, which equips programmers with libraries for recognition, document, medical, vector, imaging, and multimedia development.

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Betterleap Debuts New Natural Language Search Capabilities for Recruiters

Betterleap, an AI-powered outbound recruiting platform, has announced details on its new natural language search (NLS) capabilities for recruiters. With these Betterleap NLS features, recruiters can describe their hiring goals to Betterleap and let the AI functionalities create a search. The resulting search results will be personalized to each business and grow more customized every time recruiters use the tool. The NLS will also expand the search based on what it knows about the company.

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Constellation Research Releases its 2024 ShortList for Enterprise Low-Code Tools and Platforms

Strategic advisory and analyst firm Constellation Research recently released its Constellation ShortList for Enterprise Low-Code Tools and Platforms. The report from Holger Mueller and Dion Hinchcliffe spotlights thirteen low-code tools that companies should pay attention to. These include Appian, Google AppSheet, Mendix by Siemens, Microsoft Power Apps, Nintex (Skuid), Oracle APEX, OutSystems, Pegasystems, ProcessMaker, ServiceNow’s Now Platform, VINYL by Jitterbit, Volt MX by HCL Software, and the Zoho Creator Platform.

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Constellation Research Releases its 2024 ShortList for Product-Centric Cloud ERP

Strategic advisory and analyst firm Constellation Research recently released its Constellation ShortList for Product-Centric Cloud ERP. The report from R “Ray” Wang spotlights nine product-centric Cloud ERP solutions companies should know about. These include Epicor, IFS, Infor CloudSuite, Microsoft Dynamics 365, Oracle Cloud ERP, Oracle NetSuite, Plex by Rockwell Automation, Sage X3, and SAP S/4HANA Cloud. Constellation selected these companies based on market share, internal research, client inquiries, customer references, partner conversations, and more.

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ECI Software Solutions Launches New Features for its Home Construction ERP

ECI Software Solutions, a global cloud-based business management software provider, has announced that it will introduce new enhancements for all six of its residential home construction ERP software and business applications. The new features—revealed at the 2024 International Builders’ Show (IBS) in Las Vegas—include updated construction cost management tools, an automated way for calculating profit, design center software, streamlined sales workflows, a browser-enabled purchasing module, synchronized appointments with Microsoft Outlooks, an integration with Insearch, and more.

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Gathr Details New Gen AI Capabilities

Gathr, a ‘data to outcome’ platform provider, has launched Gen AI fabric, which provides an integrated platform approach to developing generative AI solutions over a unified visual canvas. With these new capabilities, enterprises can streamline their operations, workforce training, and customer interactions. Gen AI fabric also leverages Gathr’s data engineering and AI capabilities to process large volumes of data and help companies unify their data acquisition, data preparation, Gen AI integration, prompt refinement, deployment, and other processes.

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Hyperscience Reveals Its New Partner Program

Hyperscience—an enterprise AI software infrastructure and hyperautomation provider—has announced the Hyperscience Hyperautomation Network. This new partner program will focus on applying AI and ML technologies to help companies improve their back-office processes. The Hyperautomation Network is designed to enable partners to work with Hyperscience to deliver “trusted” technology and implementation to customers and support customer revenue growth.

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Oracle Announces an Enterprise Communications Platform (ECP)

Oracle has announced the Enterprise Communications Platform (ECP), which brings real-time communications to its suite of industry cloud applications. Built on the Oracle Cloud Infrastructure (OCI), Oracle’s ECP can help customers streamline how they manage complex integrations and network contracts to deliver the data intelligence and connectivity necessary for powering new services. The platform also supports multiple IoT protocols to connect devices and offers features like video and audio streaming, device management, recording capabilities, edge distributed processing, authorization, and authentication.

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Prosimo Introduces a New AI Suite for Multi-Cloud Networking

Prosimo, a multi-cloud networking software, has announced the AI Suite for Multi-Cloud Networking, a new offering designed to help teams bring AI workloads to market. The new suite is a full-stack, cloud-native platform capable of supporting next-generation AI workloads, including use cases like end-to-end private connectivity, enhanced security policies, deep observability, and app-driven routing.

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REPAY Details its Latest Integration with Sage Intacct

REPAY, a vertically integrated payment solution provider, has announced a new technology integration for Sage Intacct. The integration will allow companies to use REPAY’s accounts receivable (AR) and accounts payable (AP) payment solutions to send and receive payments from Sage’s platform. It will also enhance REPAY’s existing Sage 100, Sage X3, and Sage 300 integration offerings. This will help AP teams automate vendor payments, pay bills more effectively, maximize efficiency, minimize security concerns, and boost bottom lines.

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Tabnine Extends its Coding Assistant’s Capabilities with New Features

Tabnine, an AI-powered coding assistant solution for developers, has announced several new capabilities to help companies get more accurate and personalized recommendations based on their unique code and engineering patterns. For example, engineering teams can increase Tabnine’s contextual awareness and output quality by exposing it to their local development environments and code base. This will help Tabnine provide users with code explanations, completions, and documentation that are tailored to them.

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Wipro and IBM Expand Their Partnership

Wipro—a technology services and consulting company—has expanded its partnership with IBM to launch the Wipro Enterprise Artificial Intelligence (AI)-Ready Platform, which will help clients create enterprise-level, fully integrated, and customizable AI environments. The platform will leverage IBM’s watsonx AI and data platform to equip companies with an interoperable service that accelerates AI adoption, enhances operations, and lays a foundation for future solutions. As part of their expanded partnership, Wipro and IBM will jointly fund the IBM TechHub@Wipro. This centralized solution will support joint client pursuits with a collection of engineers, subject matter experts, assets, and processes.

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Watch this space each week as our editors will share upcoming events, new thought leadership, and the best resources from Insight Jam, Solutions Review’s enterprise tech community for business software pros. The goal? To help you gain a forward-thinking analysis and remain on-trend through expert advice, best practices, trends and predictions, and vendor-neutral software evaluation tools.

The Latest Episode of The ERP Doctors Podcast is Now Live

In the second episode of The ERP Doctors podcast, hosts Sam Gupta and Dan Aldridge talk about recent mergers, acquisitions, and releases in the ERP marketplace. These include Blue Yonder’s acquisition of Flexis, Virtusa’s acquisition of BRIGHT, the new capabilities available on Acuamtica’s platform, and more. Dan Aldridge also hosts an interview with Ronald Haantjes, Commercial Director for North America at Vanenburg, where they talk about composable apps, what Vanenburg is up to, and dive into some ERP history.

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5 Ways AI-Powered Contract Management Helps Build Supply Chain Resilience, by Ceschino Brooks de Vita at Sirion

As part of Solutions Review’s Contributed Content Series, Ceschino Brooks de Vita, the Director of Content Marketing at Sirion, outlines how AI-powered contract management can help companies build supply chain resilience, reduce third-party supplier risks, improve compliance, maximize procurement efficiency, and enhance data security.

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