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Top WorkTech News From the Week of March 31st: Updates from Blueprint, SAP, Pega, and More

WorkTech News March 31st

The editors at Solutions Review have curated this list of the most noteworthy WorkTech news from the week of March 31st. This round-up covers announcements and updates from companies like Blueprint Software Systems, SAP, Pega, 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 31st.

Top WorkTech News From the Week of March 31st, 2023

BillingPlatform and Conga Announce a New Bi-Directional Connector

BillingPlatform, an enterprise monetization platform for innovative business models, has announced a new integrated, bi-directional connector with Conga, a global revenue lifecycle management software provider. The connector will bring the companies’ platforms together and provide enterprise customers with a complete quote-to-cash solution capable of automating processes and accelerating time-to-market. For example, the partnership allows sales teams to use Conga’s CPQ solution to create quotes automatically transferred to BillingPlatform so that finance teams can invoice them.

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Blueprint Software Systems and Acuvate Enter Into a New Partnership

Blueprint Software Systems, a global software company that helps companies improve their automation estates, and Acuvate Software, a global next-generation digital solutions provider, have entered into a new partnership to help organizations accelerate their migration to Power Automate, Microsoft’s cloud-based Robotic Process Automation (RPA) platform. Together, Blueprint and Acuvate will help businesses migrate to Power Automate in a more cost-effective, efficient way to help them maximize productivity, reduce overall costs, and improve bottom lines.

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CloudBees Releases an Integration with Argo Rollouts

CloudBees, a software delivery platform for enterprises, has announced that its continuous delivery and release orchestration solution, CloudBees CD/RO, will integrate with Argo Rollouts. The new integration will improve customers’ ability to deliver software in less time, with higher quality, and at scale in cloud-native environments. It will also empower CloudBees customers to promote new application versions without downtime, test new versions of code in real-world environments, and distribute software updates in a controlled manner.

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KeyedIn and Sciforma Announce Their Merger

KeyedIn and Sciforma—two project and portfolio management (PPM) software providers—have announced details of their merger. Together, the merged companies will expand their scale in North American and Asian Markets, effectively doubling the size of their presence in those regions. The merger will also help the companies improve their presence across the EMEA region. The companies will share product innovation and advanced functionalities, including developing advanced Strategic Portfolio Management (SPM) and AI capabilities.

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My Office Apps Expands its ERP Software with a New Automated Revenue Recognition Feature

My Office Apps, a business improvement software provider, has announced that it will include automated revenue recognition functionalities in the financial module of Kechie, its cloud-based Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) software. The new feature will help Kechie users stay compliant with regulations, eliminate the tedious manual work involved in periodically adjusting accounts, implement those periodic accounting adjustments automatically, and more.

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Pega Reveals New Updates for its Pega CloudTM Solution

Pegasystems, a low-code platform provider, has released several updates for the Pega CloudTM solution. The updates will help users deliver a scalable, secure, and reliable foundation for its AI-powered decisioning and workflow automation solution suite, supported by an enhanced Global Operations Center. Additionally, the enhancements can improve resiliency, utilization, and resource optimization to help businesses maximize their technology investments, deliver better experiences for employees and customers, and achieve optimal business performance by improving overall speed, agility, and scalability.

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Robocorp Drops a New Video Streaming Feature for Unattended Bots

Robocorp, an RPA and intelligent automation provider, has released a new video streaming feature for its Control Room offering. The new feature displays live and recorded footage of unattended bots in action, allowing users to understand how their robots are behaving and helping them troubleshoot any issues they identify. Additionally, Control Room Video Streaming will enable users to visualize their bots’ step-by-step actions to complete tasks, share demonstrations of RPA solutions with clients or stakeholders, ensure security with a multi-step activation process, and more.

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SAP Launches a New Composable Offering for its Commerce Cloud Solution

At ShopTalk, an in-person event for companies in the retail ecosystem, SAP pre-announced a new SAP Commerce Cloud composable offering, which provides companies with a new approach to composability. With the new composable solution, merchants can compose commerce experiences that meet their individual needs wherever they are in their digital maturity journey without losing flexibility. SAP Commerce Cloud customers can also use the new offering to drive profitability, focus on delighting customers, and utilize an extensive pre-integrated partner ecosystem.

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UiPath Announces a Partnership with Amelia

UiPath, an enterprise automation software company, has partnered with Amelia, an enterprise leader in the Trusted AI marketplace. The partnership combines UiPath’s Business Automation Platform with Amelia’s enterprise-grade Conversational AI solution, creating a fully integrated IT digital agent solution, allowing companies to deliver personalized employee experiences at scale, drive efficient growth by doing more with less, accelerate request handle time, reduce service desk wait times, scale custom solutions, and provide end-to-end resolutions for high-volume requests.

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Expert Insights Section

Watch this space each week as the Solutions Review editors will use it to share new articles from the Expert Insights SeriesContributed Shorts videos, Expert Roundtable videos, event replays, and other curated content to help you gain a forward-thinking analysis and remain on-trend with changing industry expectations. All to meet the demand for what its editors do best: bring industry experts together to publish the web’s leading insights for enterprise technology practitioners.

The Best Talent Management Books to Consider Reading in 2023

Talent management systems are essential for your organization, but you should ensure it’s right for you and your team. While many free resources are available online, doing things the old-fashioned way can be beneficial. With that in mind, the Solutions Review editors have taken the liberty of researching for you. We’ve carefully selected some of the best talent management books based on relevance, popularity, review ratings, publish date, and ability to add business value.

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Top 3 Uses of Computer Vision to Elevate Manufacturing Processes, by Sunil Kardam of Gramener

As part of Solutions Review’s Expert Insights Series, Sunil Kardam, the SBU Head of Logistics & Supply Chain at Gramener, explains how computer vision technology can improve a company’s manufacturing processes. In his article, Kardam outlines how computer vision can decrease unplanned downtime, ensure up-to-standard products, and create safe work environments for employees.

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How Implementing Low-Code Automation Eliminates Employee Pain Points, by Alessio Alionço of Pipefy

As part of Solutions Review’s Expert Insights Series, Alessio Alionço, the Founder and CEO of Pipefy, explains how implementing low-code automation technologies into a company can help alleviate employee pain points. The article dives into how these technologies can help businesses free up critical time for their workers, standardize processes, and eliminate barriers to collaboration.

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