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Top WorkTech News From the Week of May 31st: Updates from SAP, PwC, Skan, and More

WorkTech News May 31st

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

Top WorkTech News From the Week of May 31st, 2024

HCLTech Announces an Integration with Google Cloud’s Gemini Models

HCLTech, a global technology company, has announced that HCLTech AI Force is now available on Google Cloud’s Gemini models. This means that HCLTech’s GenAI platform is now integrated with Gemini, Google’s multimodal large language model (LLM). Siki Giunta—Executive Vice President for CloudSMART and the Google Cloud Ecosystem at HCLTech—says, “Bringing Gemini models to HCLTech AI Force will help enable businesses choosing GenAI to start smart and finish faster. AI Force is accelerating the availability of our catalog of Gemini-enhanced Industry Solutions.”

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Newgen Software Launches a New AI-Powered Platform for Banks

Newgen Software, a low-code digital transformation platform provider, has launched LumYn, a new generative AI-powered hyper-personalization platform designed for the banking marketplace. The LumYn platform combines predictive intelligence with advanced conversational AI capabilities to equip banks with the pre-built and customizable AI models they need to understand their customers, enhance profitability, improve customer experiences, and ensure consistent data privacy and security.

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Progress Details the Latest Features Coming to its Platform Offerings

Progress, an infrastructure software provider, has announced details on the latest releases of Progress Telerik and Progress Kendo UI. The release delivers artificial intelligence (AI) prompts to application interfaces, new design-to-code productivity tools, accessibility features, accelerated design-to-production workflows, and a collection of UI components, including the Blazor Spreadsheet component. The company also released several new capabilities for embedded data-driven experiences with reporting and visualization features.

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PwC Becomes One of OpenAI’s First Resale Partners

PwC has signed a new agreement with OpenAI to make it the first resale partner and largest enterprise user of ChatGPT Enterprise, the business-centric version of the generative AI chatbots. The announcement will help PwC continue to expand its technology ecosystem, deepen its investment in AI, scale AI capabilities across businesses, drive accelerated impact for clients in the United States and United Kingdom markets, and complement its suite of audit, tax, and consulting services with first-hand experience.

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Sage Expands its Sage Intacct Platform with New Features

Sage—an accounting, financial, HR, and payroll technology provider for mid-sized businesses (SMBs)—has announced several new capabilities and updates for the Sage Intacct solutions. The additions include bank transaction assistant file imports, AI-powered timesheets, employee expense allocations, a purchasing integration for Sage Fixed Asset Management, expanded revenue management capabilities, enhanced tools for its construction solution, and more. These updates will help companies maximize productivity, streamline workflows, and extract insights from their financial reporting, asset management, and operational efficiency processes.

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SAP and Amazon Web Service Expand Their Strategic Collaboration

SAP has announced an expanded, strategic collaboration with Amazon Web Services (AWS) to help enterprises drive new capabilities and efficiencies with generative AI technologies. Together, the companies will work to make it easier for customers to adopt the RISE with SAP solution on AWS, improve the performance of SAP workloads running in the cloud, and embed generative AI into their portfolio of business-critical applications. SAP will be sharing more information on its expanded partnership with AWS during the SAP Sapphire conference on June 3-5 in Orlando.

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Skan and iGrafx Announce a Jointly Developed DTO Solution

Skan, an AI-powered Process Intelligence platform provider, has announced a strategic partnership with iGrafx to deliver a new Digital Twin of an Organization (DTO) solution that covers “the full spectrum of business process management.” The DTO solution will combine process intelligence with process modeling simulation tools to equip organizations with a robust business process optimization solution capable of driving enterprise productivity, reducing costs, enhancing customer experiences, and ensuring compliance.

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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.

What to Expect at Mini Jam LIVE, Q2 2024, on June 6-7

On June 6th and 7th, the team at Solutions Review is hosting another Mini Jam LIVE event. Four roundtable panel discussions are planned for June 6th, starting at 10:00 am EST, followed by the Friday Jam Session with Robert Eve, scheduled for 12:00 pm EST. All the panels will be streamed live on LinkedIn, YouTube, and Insight Jam. Registration is free!

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AI and ERP: What to Expect in 2024 and Beyond, by Gavin Verreyne at SYSPRO Americas

As part of Solutions Review’s Contributed Content Series, Gavin Verreyne, the SVP of Professional Services at SYSPRO Americas, shares his predictions for where AI and ERP technologies will go in 2024 (and beyond). His article also covers generative AI’s place in ERP solutions and the current state of ERP’s relationship with AI.

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