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Top WorkTech News From the Week of March 15th: Updates from Deloitte, Creatio, Outsystems, and More

Top WorkTech News From the Week of March 15th

Top WorkTech News From the Week of March 15th

The editors at Solutions Review have curated this list of the most noteworthy WorkTech news from the week of March 15th. This round-up covers announcements and updates from companies like Deloitte, Creatio, Outsystems, 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 March 15th.

Top WorkTech News From the Week of March 15th, 2024

ActivTrak Expands its Platform with a New Headcount Planning Capability

ActivTrak, a workforce analytics platform provider, has announced the availability of Headcount Planning, a new capability designed to help organizations identify untapped capacity, optimize workforce investments, and more. With the customizable Headcount Planning dashboard, companies can quantify utilization rates, identify overinvested teams, balance workloads, inform rightsizing initiatives, track utilization targets, and increase accountability with goal-setting.

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Akamai Technologies Details its New Partnership with Neural Magic

Akamai Technologies, a cloud company, has announced a strategic partnership with Neural Magic, a software developer that helps companies accelerate artificial intelligence (AI) workloads. The partnership intends to improve the deep learning capabilities available on Akamai’s distributed computing infrastructure. Additionally, the combined capabilities of Akamai and Neural Magic will help companies that deal with large amounts of input data by placing affordable processing power and security closer to their data sources.

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Creatio Debuts a New Copilot Tool Powered by AI and No-Code Technologies

Creatio, a global provider of a no-code platform, has announced details on its new Creatio Copilot tool. The tool combines AI and no-code technologies to help end-users, sales professionals, marketing teams, and customer service agents unlock new business efficiency, innovation, and growth. By utilizing Creatio Studio’s no-code tools, Creatio Copilot provides users with GenAI assistance throughout development processes, allowing no-code creators to design custom use cases with relative ease.

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Crowdbotics Announces its New CodeOps Methodology

Crowdbotics, an AI-powered application development platform, has announced details on CodeOps, its new, holistic methodology for software development that focuses on leveraging AI to enable systemic code reuse. With this approach, organizations can reuse code at scale, which allows developers to save time, bring software to market faster, reduce costs, and, ultimately, focus their efforts on innovative code that makes a more actionable difference in their company.

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Deloitte and UiPath Expand Their Strategic Alliance

Deloitte and UiPath have expanded their global strategic alliance by introducing a new implementation methodology for SAP’s ERP software. The expanded partnership is AI-led and combines Deloitte’s SAP transformation skillset and AI expertise with UiPath’s AI and automation technologies, designed to enhance business workflows, experiences, and interfaces. This will help companies accelerate their cloud migrations, automate systems, and increase the efficiency of their business transformation processes.

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Nanonets Raises $29 Million in a Series B Funding Round

Nanonets, an AI-based workflow automation platform, has raised $29 million in a Series B funding round led by Accel, with additional participation from existing investors Elevation Capital, YCombinator, and others. The funding brings the total Nanonets has raised to $42 million. Abhinav Chaturvedi, a partner at Accel, says, “We are thrilled to partner with Nanonets in their mission to revolutionize back-office operations with AI.”

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NTT DATA and Stonebranch Announce a New Collaboration

NTT DATA—a global digital business and IT services provider—has partnered with Stonebranch, a workload automation and job scheduling solution provider. The new collaboration aims to support flexible hybrid work strategies, replatform mainframe workloads to the public cloud, and help enterprises transform core business processes. Additionally, the new partnership will reinforce NTT DATA’s commitment to growing its partner ecosystem and driving digital transformations for enterprises.

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OutSystems Launches an AI Agent Builder Tool

OutSystems, a low-code application development platform provider, has announced the AI Agent Builder, a new solution for its OutSystems Developer Cloud platform designed to help IT leaders incorporate generative AI applications into their digital transformation strategies. AI Agent Builder will provide users with custom AI agent development tools, an easy-to-use point-and-click interface, a collection of quick-start generative AI apps, built-in guardrails to control access, and AI agents powered by retrieval-augmented generation (RAG) functionalities.

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Publicis Sapient Acquires Spinnaker SCA

Publicis Sapient, the digital business transformation company part of the broader Publicis Groupe organization, has acquired Spinnaker SCA, a supply chain services firm that provides end-to-end supply chain strategy, planning, and execution consulting services. Spinnaker SCA will help Publicis Sapient expand its ability to support agile digital supply chain transformation initiatives by equipping it with core capabilities like supply chain management, process improvement, supply chain execution, omnichannel order management, supply chain design, and analytics.

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SAP Releases a New Composable Payment Solution

SAP has announced a new composable payment solution for SAP Commerce Cloud to help retailers manage customer expectations. The new solution uses an open payment framework that enables retailers to offer agile payment options (i.e., buy now, pay later). The framework also integrates with multiple third-party payment service providers (PSPs)—like Stripe, Adyen, Worldplay, and others—and its composable architecture allows users to select the payment providers that meet their business needs.

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Synder Announces an Integration Partnership with Sage

Synder, an accounting software company, has partnered with Sage to integrate its platform with the Sage Intacct solution. The integration will facilitate multi-channel data management efforts to help joint clients improve bookkeeping accuracy, maintain financial reporting efficiency, extract valuable insights into their performance with consolidated cash flow analysis tools, sync daily summarized transactions, and connect all their business units within Sage Intacct to create a single source of truth for their accounting data.

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Trinity Consultants and Makersite Enter Into a New Strategic Partnership

Trinity Consultants, a global environmental consulting firm, has announced a strategic partnership with Makersite, an automated lifecycle analysis and supply chain management services company. With this partnership, Trinity will support customers using and implementing Makersite’s solution suite, helping them utilize its technology and expertise to improve their environmental sustainability metrics assessments, manage decarbonization strategies, and develop new sustainability programs.

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The Latest Episode of The ERP Doctors Podcast is Now Live

In the latest episode of The ERP Doctors podcast, hosts Sam Gupta and Dan Aldridge talk about recent mergers, acquisitions, and releases in the ERP marketplace, including Deltek’s plans for the future, Workday’s recent moves to increase revenue, and XLNC’s new partnership with Cleo. There’s also an interview with Paul Coetser, the “SAP Whisperer.” His conversation with Dan goes in-depth into S/4HANA migrations, explores Paul’s theories about AI potentially replacing ERP systems, and more.

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How to Reset Operating Models to Scale Digital Products Beyond POCs, by Michael Duffy at Capgemini Americas

As part of Solutions Review’s Contributed Content Series, Michael Duffy, the Vice President of Intelligent Operations, Resources, and Energy Transition at Capgemini Americas, goes in-depth into how companies can reset operating models to scale digital products beyond proof of concept. In the article, Duffy explains the critical components of this process and outlines organizational and architectural design tactics companies should know about.

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