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Top WorkTech News From the Week of October 27th: Updates from Planview, HCLSoftware, Apptio, and More

WorkTech News October 27th

The editors at Solutions Review have curated this list of the most noteworthy WorkTech news from the week of October 27th. This round-up covers announcements and updates from companies like Planview, HCLSoftware, Apptio, 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 October 27th.

Top WorkTech News From the Week of October 27th, 2023

Apptio Launches a New Cost Management Solution

Apptio—a technology spend and value management company—has launched Apptio Cost Management, a new solution to help organizations realize value on their TBM journey. The new offering is available now and will enable customers to achieve better cost transparency and optimize their technology spending by implementing native, out-of-the-box reporting tools. Additionally, Apptio announced that it is launching a technical product integration between its Cloudability solution and IBM’s Turbonomic tool, which will help brands improve the value of their cloud investments.

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Camunda is Joining Solutions Review for a Solutions Spotlight Webinar Event

On November 7th, Solutions Review will be hosting another Solutions Spotlight webinar event with Camunda. In the webinar, Camunda will provide viewers with insights on unlocking the business value from hyperautomation technologies through process orchestration. Alongside a live product demo, the Spotlight event will also feature insights from Victor Grund, the Director of Presales at the company.

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Dropit Releases a New AI-Powered Fulfillment Product

Dropit, a retail technology company, has announced Advanced Fulfillment, a new AI-powered solution that uses real-time information to help retailers make dynamic, informed fulfillment decisions. Advanced Fulfillment uses multiple data inputs to help users improve their decision-making, including proximity, past sales, peak shopping hours, real-time inventory, and weather. This will help companies inform their order allocation decisions, making saving time and money easier while avoiding waste.

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HCLSoftware Debuts a New Cloud-Native Process Platform

HCLSoftware, a global provider of enterprise software solutions, has released HCL Universal Orchestrator, a cloud-native process platform built to help companies expand their automation initiatives. The new platform enables companies to orchestrate their automations with a low-code approach for workflow design, better visibility, streamlined orchestration across hybrid systems, and robust rule engines. These features will enable users to ensure high scalability, support serverless orchestration for cloud applications, equip business users with self-service automation,  and provide better data exchange between tasks.

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IBM Launches the watsonx Code Assistant

IBM has launched watsonx Code Assistant, a generative AI-powered tool designed to help enterprise developers and IT operators code more quickly and accurately with natural language prompts. The new tool currently focuses on two specific enterprise use cases: IT Automation with watsonx Code Assistant for Red Hat Ansible Lightspeed and mainframe application modernization with watsonx Code Assistant for Z. With watsonx Code Assistant, users can accelerate their development initiatives while maintaining trust, security, and compliance.

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My Office Apps Expands its Solution Suite with a New Task Management Module

My Office Apps (MOA), a business improvement software provider, has announced a new Task Management Module for its Kechie Suite. The new module will help clients improve how they track, prioritize, and collaborate on company-wide tasks, enabling them to improve project progress and optimize efficiencies. Some of the key features available in the module include task tracking, deadline management, smart notifications, task prioritization, real-time collaboration tools, and full integration with the rest of the Kechie suite, helping companies centralize their task management efforts and streamline workflows.

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Newgen Software and Duck Creek Technologies Detail Their New Partnership

Newgen Software, a global digital transformation platform provider, has announced a new partnership with Duck Creek Technologies, an intelligent solution provider that works with property and casualty (P&C) and general insurance companies. The partnership will integrate the NewgenONE OmniDocs Contextual Content Services platform and Duck Creek Policy to help the companies offer insurance firms a platform that connects their front-office, middle-office, and back-office processes, creating smoother information flows, accelerating application development initiatives, and streamlining end-to-end customer journeys.

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Nintex Expands its Leadership Team with Two New Appointments

Nintex—a global process intelligence and automation solution provider—has expanded its executive team and board of directors by appointing two new industry experts. Neeracha Taychakhoonavudh, the former head of global customer experience for Asana, will join Nintex’s board of directors. Meanwhile, Sean Goldstein, a go-to-market leader previously with Lucid Software and Salesforce, will be the company’s Chief Revenue Officer (CRO). This is the latest in recent executive appointments at Nintex, which previously included Amit Mathradas as CEO, Niranjan Vijayaragavan as CPO, and Mini Peiris as CMO.

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Solutions Review is Hosting OutSystems for a Solutions Spotlight Event on November 15th

On November 15th, Solutions Review will be hosting a Solutions Spotlight webinar event with OutSystems. In the webinar, OutSystems will go into the current state of AI and low-code development, look at what the future might look like, and explain how developers and end-users can use AI to improve their efforts. Alongside a live product demo, the Spotlight event will also feature insights from Nuno Carneiro, an AI Product Manager at the company.

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Planview Announces a New Tool for its Solution Portfolio

Planview—a global portfolio and value stream management solutions provider—has announced Planview Roadmaps. The new solution is designed to combine strategy, team plans, and execution into a single, comprehensive view that allows companies to improve their business agility. Planview Roadmaps also provides users with direct line-of-sight to delivery progress, making it easier for them to articulate the impact of their initiatives, outline how programs will drive business change, and respond to delays or changes in real-time.

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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 Contributed Content 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.

Pre-Built Solutions: The Building Blocks of Transformation, by Christian Floerkemeier of Scandit

As part of Solutions Review’s Contributed Content Series, Christian Floerkemeier, the CTO and co-founder of Scandit, explains why pre-built solutions can be the secret ingredient to a company’s transformation initiatives. His article explains why pre-built solutions are valuable and how they can help companies lay a solid foundation for ongoing customer success.

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How Businesses Can Avoid Procurement Burnout, by Jack Macfarlane of DeepStream

As part of Solutions Review’s Contributed Content Series, Jack Macfarlane, the Founder and CEO of DeepStream, explains how burnout affects the procurement industry and offers some suggestions companies can use to address it. The article also provides a helpful definition of workplace burnout and what causes it and offers some practical suggestions for how procurement companies can begin resolving it.

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