Top WorkTech News From the Week of October 6th: Updates from Acumatica, QAD, Infor, and More
The editors at Solutions Review have curated this list of the most noteworthy WorkTech news from the week of October 6th. This round-up covers announcements and updates from companies like Acumatica, QAD, Infor, and more.
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Top WorkTech News From the Week of October 6th, 2023
Acumatica, a business solutions provider, has announced the new features and capabilities in its latest company update, Acumatica 2023 R2. The new release introduces a suite of improvements and additions to improve the usability of its platform and help clients drive productivity, boost efficiency, maximize sales, and stay competitive in their market. These additions include the launch of Acumatica Payments—an integrated payment processing solution—alongside new B2B e-commerce functionalities, additional web endpoints for Acumatica’s Product Configurator, a consolidated account reconciliation retainage invoicing feature, sales allocation management tools, and more.
airSlate, a document workflow automation solution provider, has revealed insights from new research that reveal how small and medium-sized businesses (SMBs) are eager to harness automation and artificial intelligence (AI) technologies to scale and compete. The survey, conducted by Propeller Insights on behalf of airSlate, spoke with over one thousand US-based SMBs, unveiling that two-thirds of SMB respondents already use digital signatures in their business operations, but over half haven’t begun using document automation tools.
ContractPodAi, an AI-powered contract lifecycle management (CLM) platform, has announced several new capabilities for its Leah Legal Copilot tool. These updates will provide legal professionals worldwide with deeper analysis, redlining, conversational guidance concierge, analytics, and insights. The new features—Leah Discovery, Leah Redline, Leah Guidance, Leah Impact, and a Microsoft Word add-in for Leah Copilot—are designed to equip legal teams and law firms with AI-powered tools for multi-level legal analysis, generating reports, data-backed suggestions, and more.
FlowForma, a digital process automation software provider, has introduced a new Analytics module to its platform to provide process owners with real-time data insights into their operations. With this module, businesses can expand their data analysis capabilities with easier dashboard creations, in-depth process assessments, faster bottleneck identification, precision data analysis, and actionable data analysis. The FlowForma Analytics module is designed to integrate “seamlessly” with the existing FlowForma Process Automation tool.
Infor, an industry cloud solution provider, has announced its Infor Enterprise Automation solution. The solution comprises a suite of Infor Operating Service (Infor OS) multi-tenant cloud services, all built on Amazon Web Services (AWS), that can help companies scale automation across their organization by connecting artificial intelligence, machine learning, data integration, and robotic process automation (RPA) capabilities into a single platform. With the complete Infor Enterprise Automation suite, companies can expand their ERP automation capabilities across applications, achieve faster business results, and minimize risks.
Nintex, a process intelligence and automation solution provider, has appointed Mini Peiris as its new chief marketing officer. Peiris is an experienced B2B SaaS CMO who has helped lead global marketing teams through periods of growth and transformation. She has previously held various executive-level positions at companies like NetSuite, Ambra Health (now part of Intelerad), Elementum, and Doma. As Nintex’s CMO, she will develop its global go-to-market strategies and drive its awareness, demand generation, and customer engagement initiatives.
QAD—a cloud-based manufacturing and supply chain solution provider—has released a collection of enhancements for its Adaptive Applications suite. These enhancements include updated Process Intelligence modeling, deeper QAD Redzone Connected Workforce integration, and the QAD eDocument Compliance solution. The updated features will help QAD users improve maintenance productivity, reduce risks, enhance profitability, get real-time insights into workforce performance, streamline compliance costs, and proactively vet their suppliers and supply chains.
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