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The 5 WorkTech Vendors Worth Watching in 2024

WorkTech Vendors Worth Watching in 2024

WorkTech Vendors Worth Watching in 2024

Solutions Review’s Vendors to Watch is an annual listing of solution providers we believe are worth monitoring in 2024 and beyond. This year, we’ve spotlighted five WorkTech vendors making a name for themselves.

Searching, evaluating, purchasing, and deploying an enterprise software solution is not as simple as it once was. There’s no such thing as a one-size-fits-all approach, especially since solutions come in various forms across marketplaces, and each features a particular set of capabilities, strengths, and drawbacks.

To help you keep your finger on the pulse of the WorkTech marketplace—which encompasses everything from Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) software to Business Process Management (BPM), Robotic Process Automation (RPA), and other solutions—we’ve turned our gaze to the future of the enterprise software marketplace. Whether it’s inclusion in a recent analyst report, the release of an innovative new tool, or a bump in venture funding, these are the WorkTech vendors that have earned watch list status from Solutions Review for the year ahead.

Companies are commonly included if they demonstrate a product roadmap aligning with our meta-analysis of the marketplace. Other criteria include recent and significant funding, talent acquisition, disruptive or innovative new technology or product, or inclusion in an analyst publication.

The WorkTech Vendors to Watch in 2024


Description: airSlate is a document workflow automation platform that provides companies across industries with no-code technologies, built-in integration capabilities, and features for workflow automation, document generation, electronic signatures, robotic process automation, contract management, web forms, PDF editing, and more. In the last year, airSlate expanded its product and feature suite with the new Document Automation Hub, a joint solution with Forthright, the launch of airSlate API, several partnerships with independent software vendors (ISVs), and the acquisition of Instapage. The company also appointed Richard Rosenstein as its Chief Financial Officer.

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Description: Cleo is an ecosystem integration software provider that works primarily with companies in the logistics, transportation, manufacturing, wholesale,  and distribution industries. Most notably, the brand expanded its ecosystem integration platform with new tools for supply chain execution and upgraded its procurement automation solution to help clients with their supply chain digitalization initiatives. Cleo showed considerable growth in ways, too. These include appointing a new Senior Vice President of Products and Chief Financial Officer alongside partnerships with companies like VAI, Cognizant, and more.

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Description: Deskera is an “all-in-one” integrated platform that provides SMBs with a suite of ERP, MRP, accounting, finance, inventory management, warehouse management, CRM, marketing, and human resource management products. Use cases for Deskera’s suite cover everything from accounting to budgeting, multi-channel order management, forecasting, revenue recognition, sales pipeline management, and more. The company has received much recognition in the last year, specifically from the G2 audience, where it garnered several High Performer titles for multiple categories, alongside a Leader classification in the Small Business CRM category for Winter 2023.

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Description: Nexthink offers a Digital Employee Experience Management (DEX) platform called Nexthink Infinity. Key capabilities are present for advanced analytics, automation, and remediation for end-user computing. The cloud-based platform enables users to gain visibility and analytics across any environment so IT teams can act proactively. The solutions utilize machine learning and benchmarking features to automatically diagnose any issue, determine the root cause, and remediate it across millions of devices. In 2023, Nexthink released an AI-powered assistant for its DEX platform, launched a browser-based version of its solution, appointed a new Chief Financial Officer, and received a Leader position on the G2 Grid for Digital Employee Experience (DEX) Management.

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Description: is a global provider of Conversational AI solutions. It focuses on providing autonomous, “human-like” experiences for customers and employees across industries. Its primary product offering is the no-code, generative AI-powered Dynamic Automation Platform (DAP), encompassing its Conversational Service Cloud, Commerce Cloud, and EX Cloud Offerings. Throughout the last year, expanded its brand with several new partnerships, appointed a new Chief Revenue Officer, launched a generative AI platform to help users automate workflows, released a new Dynamic Conversation Designer tool, and more.

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Now Read: WorkTech Predictions from Industry Experts for 2024

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