Tags: Machine Learning

Can Apttus AAI reduce your legal costs?

Apttus has announced that it has released Apttus Contract Management with Applied Artificial Intelligence (AAI). According to Apttus the new solution is part of their top edition and is available as an add-on to other editions. The solution uses Microsoft Azure’s applied AI and machine learning capabilities to deliver several benefits to customers. These include reductions…

Salesforce celebrates Einstein with presents

Salesforce has announced the release of three new Einstein features for Sales Cloud. These are Einstein Forecasting, Einstein Email insights and Einstein Opportunity scoring. The announcement comes about a year after Einstein was first announced. Salesforce also announced a new $50 AI innovation fund. Leveraging the power of machine learning A year after first launching…

Would you let an AI review your contracts?

ThoughtRiver has launched a new AI solution to assess legal contracts. The solution, called Review, is said to be able to assess a contract up to 60 times faster than a paralegal. It is also said to be 30% cheaper suggesting that its hourly rate is quite rapacious. The solution builds on ThroughRiver’s existing Contextual…

ADP jumps on AI bandwagon

In a brief press release ADP has announced the next generation of the ADP DataCloud Platform. Unlike previous ADP product announcements ET has covered recently, this one seems light in detail. It feels almost like an overture to the main event. The “next generation”, is available from “the end of 2017”. ADP will launch a…

Comodo and StackPath collaborate on security platform

Comodo and StackPath have announced a new partnership which will see them collaborate on a new security platform. While the press release refers to a platform this is more about tighter integration between existing products. Both companies are integrating technology into products owned by the other. They will also cross sell the products to increase…

Business Leader Interview Brian Murphy, Reliaquest CEO

Brian Murphy is the founder and CEO of Reliaquest. ReliaQuest advances the delivery, reliability and outcomes of IT security for Fortune 2000 organisations in diverse industries. Since 2007, ReliaQuest has rapidly grown into one of the leading providers of IT security for some of the most recognizable corporations in the world. Core to its success is…

CloudBees DevOptics delivers DevOps insights

  At Jenkins World 2017, CloudBees has announced the availability of DevOptics. It is designed to provide customers with insight into the effectiveness of its DevOps processes. Unlike software development where companies are able to compare projects and performance, there is no equivalent for DevOps until now. According to Sacha Labourey, CEO, CloudBees: “This is…

Sacha Labourey talks DevOps

At the Jenkins World 2017 conference, Sacha Labourey, CEO, CloudBees took time out to talk to Enterprise Times about some of their announcements and what was happening in DevOps. He talked about the new DevOptics release and the forthcoming Jenkins Advisor product. The goal is to deliver best practice and analytics to improve how DevOps…

Business Leader interview Rob Reid, CEO Intacct

Rob Reid was the CEO of Intacct before its acquisition by Sage.  Now MD and EVP at Sage Intacct he is looking forward to the future.  Reid has more than 30 years experience in the software industry. He has held several CEO positions and was a Gold winner in the prestigious CEO World Awards in 2014.…

ThoughtSpot unveils reason for $60 million boost

In a dual announcement, ThoughtSpot unveiled that they had received new funding and launched a new update. The new funding of $60 million was led by LightSpeed Ventures. Existing investors participated in the new funding round and Capital One Growth Ventures became a new investor as well as a new customer. The second announcement was around…