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Top WorkTech News From the Week of April 7th: Updates from QAD, Acumatica, Sage and More

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WorkTech News April 7th

The editors at Solutions Review have curated this list of the most noteworthy WorkTech news from the week of April 7th. This round-up covers announcements and updates from companies like QAD, Acumatica, Sage, 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 April 7th.

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Top WorkTech News From the Week of April 7th, 2023

Acumatica Appoints a New Chief Financial Officer

Acumatica, a global cloud ERP vendor, recently appointed Wayne Kimber as its new chief financial officer, effective April 3rd. 2023. Kimber is an industry veteran with years of experience managing financial operations for companies in the technology industry. As Acumatica’s chief financial officer, Kimber will lead the company’s finance, business intelligence, legal, and accounting functions. He will also be a key Acumatica Leadership Team member and report directly to Acumatica CEO John Case.

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Alloy Technologies Announces that is Now Available on the SAP Store

Alloy Technologies has announced that its solution is now available on the SAP Store and part of SAP’s broader industry cloud portfolio for consumer products. is a demand and inventory control tower designed to help consumer goods brands solve supply chain challenges, sell products, and streamline processes. When integrated with SAP IBP for Supply Chain and SAP Data Warehouse Cloud, can provide companies with immediate access to daily SKU-store-level data from the point of sale to increase inventory visibility.

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Apptile Raises $2.5 Million in a Seed Round

Apptile, a Software-as-a-service (SaaS) startup, has raised $2.5 million in a seed round for its no-code platform that enables Shopify businesses to develop fully customizable mobile apps. The funding comes from the Mankekar Family Office and Ramakant Sharma, the co-founder of Apptile will use these funds to further develop and refine its no-code platform, emphasizing advanced features and adding seamless integration with third-party services.

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Calabrio Details the Integration of Calabrio ONE with OpenAI’s Systems

Calabrio, a workforce performance company, has announced the integration of Calabrio ONE with advanced artificial intelligence (AI) systems from OpenAI, the AI research and deployment company. The integrations include ChatGPT and GPT-3, with the company evaluating GPT-4. With the commercial integration, Calabrio can accelerate the potential of its proprietary AI and machine-learning (ML) capabilities and improve the general framework of its modern workforce performance solutions.

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CodeSee Releases a New Version of its Code Visibility Platform

CodeSee, a code visibility platform, has launched CodeSee Enterprise 2.0, which can instantly map and automate an app’s services, file dependencies, directories, and code changes. With CodeSee Enterprise 2.0, organizations can reduce time to market and remain nimble amidst turbulent economic times. Other features available with CodeSee Enterprise 2.0 include an upgraded CodeSee Maps experience, a fully automated code experience, streamlined visual code review tools, additional language support, and a dedicated solutions engineering team.

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Cornerstone OnDemand Launches a Career Growth, Mobility, and Talent Marketplace

Cornerstone OnDemand, a learning and talent experience solution provider, has announced the Cornerstone Opportunity Marketplace, a holistic career growth, mobility, and talent marketplace available within the company’s broader Talent Experience Platform. The new marketplace uses artificial intelligence to unify skills, people, and job role data across solutions to connect employees to projects, learning paths, mentorships, gigs, and other open roles. The marketplace can also help businesses unlock more opportunities for improving employee engagement, retention, workforce, agility, and internal mobility.

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Gartner Releases its Magic Quadrant for Process Mining Tools Report

Analyst house Gartner, Inc. recently released the first edition of its Magic Quadrant for Process Mining Tools, identifying fifteen of the marketplace’s most significant process mining vendors. The researchers behind the report—Marc Kerremans, Kimihiko Iijima, Andrei Razvan Sachelarescu, Nick Duffy, and David Sugden—also evaluated each listed vendor’s strengths and weaknesses and ranked them on the signature “Magic Quadrant” graph.

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QAD Introduces New Enhancements to its Solution Suite

QAD, a global provider of manufacturing and supply chain solutions in the cloud, has released enhancements for its QAD Adaptive ERP and QAD Adaptive Applications solutions. The new updates include tighter integration between QAD products, an updated user experience, streamlined interactions with customer suppliers, and improved collaboration, approval, and scheduling tools. Those tools will help QAD EQMS users improve how they respond to and manage audits and non-conformances.

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Rocket Software Announces Details on its Content Automation Solution

Rocket Software, a global provider of enterprise software, has revealed details on Rocket Content Automation. The new solution enables critical operational connections between disparate systems and data sources. It can improve collaboration between business and IT organizations, create better experiences with seamless automation, and modernize content and data landscapes for enterprise customers. Additional features include deeper business insights, revamped modern APIs, a standards-compliant automation engine, customer user experience toolchains, and self-service capabilities.

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Sage Launches Sage Intacct Solution on Microsoft Azure

Sage—an accounting, financial, HR, and payroll technology provider for small and mid-sized businesses (SMBs)—has launched Sage Intacct on Microsoft Azure in the United States. The combination of Sage Intacct and Microsoft Azure will provide SMBs with access to Sage cloud-based financial solutions in Microsoft’s secure, user-friendly cloud environment. Eduardo Rosini, the Executive Vice President of Partners and Alliances at Sage, said: “Today’s announcement is a fantastic achievement in Sage’s multi-cloud strategy. We’re providing customers with access to Sage’s flagship products on their preferred cloud platform, and, together with Microsoft, we are providing the latest technology to help business flow for millions of customers worldwide.”

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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.

Why Manufacturers Should Listen to Capacity Planning Signals, by Stu Johnson of Rootstock Software

As part of Solutions Review’s Expert Insights Series, Stu Johnson, the Vice President of Product Marketing at Rootstock Software, explains how manufacturers can use capacity planning insights to improve their business. In his article, Johnson defines capacity planning, explains why strategic planning must be a “long game,” and what becoming a signal-chain manufacturer entails.

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5 Tips to Crack Software Waste Issues, by Scott Pope of Nexthink

As part of Solutions Review’s Expert Insights Series, Scott Pope, a Business Value Architect at Nexthink, outlines how companies can start addressing software waste issues in their business. In his article, he outlines the root causes of software waste and explains how audits, digital personas, employee software usage monitoring, employee feedback, and consistency can help reduce that waste.

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How to Stop Budget Creep in its Tracks, by Uri Haramati of Torii

As part of Solutions Review’s Expert Insights Series, Uri Haramati, the co-founder and CEO of Torii, explains how budget creep happens, what companies can do to fix it, and why SaaS management, when utilized as a collaborative effort, can help companies avoid budget creep. Other topics covered in the article include SaaS budgets, how to turn data insights into action, and more.

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