This is a short summary of news that we may have missed in other coverage during the week beginning 26th August 2019
Accelo announced an update to its PSA solution with the addition of Task Status filters in its scheduling dashboard. It now enables users to filter tasks by All, Pending, Accepted, Started, Complete or Paused status from a visible drop down menu.
Billtrust awards Iron Mountain “2019 Billtrust Rockstar of the year” for its digital invoicing project that converted 24,000 customers from print to digital using the Billtrust platform.
Guidehouse has become a Workday Authorizes consulting services partner. This should strengthen Workday’s presence in the public sector.
Intuit announces it has integrated QuickBooks Online Payroll with SimplyInsured. This enables small businesses to compare and purchase employee medical, dental and vision insurance plans. It also calculates the tax automatically once selected.
BlackLine is to utilise the Google Cloud platform leveraging the scale and AI platform that GCP offers. The transaction of its cloud services will begin in the autumn, no date for completion of customer migration was set.
In a new study, Advanced reveals that only 53% of companies considering new technology have a security strategy in place.
Oracle filed a notice of appeal over the JEDI procurement contract. It believes the original award was unlawful.
Asia Pay is now leveraging the Oracle Autonomous database. This was detailed by Barbara Darrow, Oracle, in a blog post. In 2018 it managed more than 40 million transactions across 15 countries. The solution is helping to differentiate its offering and reduce risk through anomaly detection.
Simpro’s latest update Data Feed 1.1 has arrived. Improvements include improved email attachment uploads and provide the ability to extract lead and task fields.
Oracle will connect its Cloud Infrastructure to the Microsoft Azure infrastructure in London to extend their global alliance.