Bullhorn has acquired Erecruit a provider of applicant tracking and pay and bill solutions. It is also a leader in candidate experience for the staffing and recruitment industry.
Upland Software has acquired Contact Center productivity solution suite vendor InGenius. It paid $26.4 million at closing and there is a $3.0 million cash holdback for three years. It will add $9 million in annualized revenues.
Alteryx announced the acquisition of Feature Labs. It is a data science software company that automates feature learning for machine learning and AI applications. Terms were not disclosed.
BMC Software Inc has appointed Ayman Sayed President and Chief Executive Officer with immediate effect. He succeeds Bob Beauchamp who has been interim CEO since April 2019. KKR acquired the company in 2018 for a sum believed to be around $8.3 billion.
Tibco has appointed Fred Studer as Chief Marketing Officer to head up its worldwide marketing. Studer was previously CMO at FinancialForce, NetSuite and Gigamon.
Egress appoints has appointed Robin Bell as CIO. He will leverage his experience at Vodafone and Cable and Wireless to deliver forward looking new technologies to the people-centric data security vendor.
Ivanti has a new distributor for the Nordic Region, SEC DATACOM. It will offer the complete Ivanti product portfolio with the aim of expanding market share in the region.
Billtrust has expanded its presence in Chicago moving to a larger location. It now has 556 employees in 22 states and is recruiting for more jobs.
Workday is ditching the numbering scheme it has used for the first 33 major releases. Future releases will now be known as Workday 2020 Release 1, Workday 2020 release 2, Workday 2021 Release 1, or 2020R etc in the future. They will be released in March and September in future.
Infor NewPay has received FedRAMP authorisation. This should now help it target federal government departments payroll with its cloud solution.
Rimini Street is now listed on G-Cloud 11 listed for the following services: Cloud Support for third party support for Oracle Siebel, PeopleSoft, JDEdwards, Oracle E-Business Suite, Oracle Database, Hyperion, Oracle Fusion Middleware, Agile PLM, IBM DB2, Retail, SAP Applications, Sybase and HANA databases.
Coop Sweden has expanded its use of JDA software with the addition of category management solutions from JDA Software Inc. It aims to further its sustainability goals and improve customer experience with the new solution.
Ultimate Software announced that three organisations: PSEB Group, Genesco Inc, and MUY! are using its HCM software Ultipro to help bring together thousands of workers across the globe.
Makro, a leading grocer and wholesale in Brazil has completed the implementation of Oracle Retail applications across 170 stores and 17,000 employees in Latin America.
SKY Brazil has achieved 60% savings after its adoption of Oracle Autonomous Cloud to replace its on-premises hardware and database software.
Infor announced that Sanimax has selected Infor CloudSuite Food & Beverage for 17 locations throughout Canada, the U.S., Brazil and Colombia.
Supertech Group will deploy Infor LN in under 6 months transforming sales, engineering, distribution and after-sales support operation for 80 users.
Corestream, a leading platform for connecting employees with voluntary benefits announced that LLR Partners has invested in the company. It also announced that it has renewed a multi year agreement with a benefits service provider.
ADP has released an updated to ADP DataCloud. It has improved the user experience and delivered enhancements underpinned by AI.
At Boxworks, Box announced a new integration between Splunk and Box Shield. It also revealed new Box for Slack and Box for Microsoft Teams integrations and a deeper integration partnership with Adobe.
Global Shop has announced that the latest version of its ERP software version 18.1 now supports MTD and VAT submissions and is listed on the UK Government approved list.
Automation Anywhere has launched Automation Anywhere Enterprise 2019. It claims Automation Anywhere Enterprise A2019 is the first “first purely web-based, cloud-native Digital Workforce platform”. Intriguingly it is available on-premise and in any public, private or hybrid cloud.
Criton has launched Criton 2.0, its latest hospitality guest experience. The new version enables guests to use a mobile app to create their own accounts, check in and use the app as a digital door key through integration with hotel PMS such as Assa Abloy.
A week after it announced a partnership with Infor, RPA vendor Signavio has unveiled its latest product release. It has sped up processing and is now able to better deliver real time process intelligence enabling contextual commenting and the delivery of actionable operational insights.
DDI has announced version 20 of its ERP solution for wholesale distributers. It includes an improved user interface and new features in Inform WMS.
Qlik has unveiled Qlik Sense Business. This is a pure SaaS based product aimed at helping small businesses or groups to leverage its third generation analytics platform. It also announced the latest release of its Qlik Sense platform. New features include a natural language processing (NLP) capability and updated connectors for Salesforce and Snowflake.
iCIMS announced a new talent acquisition platform. It consists of a Recruitment Marketing Suite, Advanced Communication Suite, a Hiring Suite and UNIFi iCIMS ecosystems of integrated partner products.
Unanet has released the latest version of its project based ERP, version 19.1 updates include enhancements to purchasing and reporting.
TechnologyOne has partnered with WPM Education to deliver an integrated payments solution.
Research by ManageEngine uncovers how few SME’s have adequate security protection. 72% don’t use a comprehensive vulnerability solution. It also shows an increase in cloud usage (96% use at least one for of cloud technology). ManageEngine also asked about GDPR compliance and found only 54% are fully compliant, or believe themselves to be. In future 35% of SME’s believe AI will play a major role in their business operations.
Independent Growth Finance has published a new report entitled “Powering Freedom” that looks at the state of funding for SMEs. Based on its own research, the company found that the appetite for funding has grown in the last year. Is this based on optimism or on businesses struggling as a result of Brexit?
TechnologyOne has unveiled research into what students are looking for from University courses. The survey had over 1,000 respondents