Daffodils February Image by Andreas from PixabayPulseway rolled out a new policy management platform as part of its 9.5 release. Inspire Planner made its Gantt Lightning Web Component generally available with its latest release. Otter.ai launched a new GenAI meeting capability.

Salesforce launched Clean Energy Program Management as part of its Spring 24 release. IRIS Software Group launched a new SuiteApp, Staffology CIS Payroll for NetSuite. Pegasystems Inc. has announced the beta availability of an innovative collaboration tool, GenAI BluePrint.

Azul has announced that some of its Java products are now available on the AWS and Google marketplaces.

Mendix appointed Raymond Kok as CEO. Forter announced two new senior hires, one to lead sales in the US and a new CFO. Jitterbit announced the appointment of Bill Conner as President and Chief Executive Officer.

Mobile.de partnered with Mangopay, embedding its payment solution. FIS, a global leader in financial technology, has announced a strategic partnership with Banked, a leading payments provider.

Zoho partnered with MOMO Pencils in Kenya to help underprivileged children.

A VinciWorks survey identified a shortage in compliance training around AI-related compliance breaches.


Infosys announced a strategic collaboration with Pacific International Lines (PIL). A leading Singapore-based shipping company with strong networks in Asia, Africa, the Middle East, Latin America and Oceania. It will assist PIL’s digital transformation strategy.

Among the projects Infosys is assisting PIL with is a revamp of its customer portal, web and mobile applications using modern scalable platforms.

Lionel Patrice Chatelet, Chief Commercial Officer of Pacific International Lines (PIL), said, “We are looking for a partner who can not only bring technology but also play an advisory role in the journey of transformation. Infosys brings together a strong combination of the right capabilities as well as highly collaborative ways of working. We are delighted to collaborate with Infosys.”

Karmesh Vaswani, EVP & Global Head Retail, Consumer Goods & Logistics, Infosys, said, “With our strong domain expertise in multimodal logistics, we are committed to delivering innovative solutions that not only address our client’s current needs but also set the stage for embracing the latest industry trends. As a trusted advisor, we aim to transform PIL’s customer portals to become simple, intuitive, and more experiential, leveraging scalable technology through the AI-powered Infosys Topaz suite of offerings.”


Makip announced that MORI WO ORU, a fashion mail order site operated by HIghlogic Co Ltd, is using the Unisize size recommendation engine.

Rimini Street

Rimini Street announced that it had selected London to host its annual £50,000 RMNI LOVE Grant Program. The self-funded charitable program provides financial contributions, in-kind donations and employee volunteer hour. To non-profit organizations that align with the Foundation’s mission to “leave the world a better place than the way we found it.”

The program was launched in Las Vegas in 2022. Last year, the program was hosted by Tokyo, with five charities receiving the equivalent of $10,00 each. Rimini Street has aligned the shift in location to its follow-the-sun support model and travelled further East to make the EMEA region its next stop for 2024.

Janet Ravin, VP of brand, content and communications at Rimini Street and Committee Chair of the Rimini Foundation commented, “Selecting London as the 2024 program host is a celebration of Rimini Street’s strong commitment and achievements in the UK and the wider EMEA region. With a growing number of clients and our team of extraordinarily talented individuals, we are delighted to collaborate with charities that empower the communities and make a lasting difference.”

Government-certified charities in London and the surrounding region are invited to apply for one of the five $10,000 grants through the Rimini Street RMNI LOVE website. Nominations will close on March 31st 2024. Applying charities must provide information about how the charity has made an impact in the London community over the last two years. It must also say how, if it wins, it will use the money to uplift the London community.


Zoho has aligned Zoho Sign with industry regulations for Life Sciences. The solution is now compliant with the Food and Drug Administration’s Code of Federal Regulations Title 21 Part 11 (FDA CFR 21 Part 11) and EU EudraLex’s Good Manufacturing Practices – Annex 11 (EU GMP Annex 11).

The FDA regulation, CFR TITLE 21 and specifically Part 11, explains how electronic records and electronic signatures must be created, shared, maintained, retrieved, or submitted in life science industries. Enabling Zoho Sign for life sciences makes the Zoho Sign platform a closed system. In a closed system, access is controlled by people who are responsible for the content present in the electronic records. 21 CFR Part 11 requires closed systems to have procedures and controls to protect electronic records.

The configuration for Life Sciences also ensures that Zoho Sign complies with the requirements of the EU GMP Annex 11 criteria across its three sections: General, Project phase and Operation phase.


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