Oracle extended its push into human capital management (HCM) via an update to a cloud service that takes advantage of machine learning algorithms and other forms of AI to automate tasks and identify potential recruits.
Interest is rising in leveraging emerging artificial intelligence (AI) apps to automate as much paperwork as possible, and then surface the best possible candidates to meet new and existing job requirements.
Given the fact that accounting activities are largely an exercise in pattern recognition, it is only a matter of time before tasks such as these are more efficiently accomplished by machine learning algorithms.
Creating IoT apps still requires a fair amount of manual effort. The project between SAP and DT is intended to reduce that effort at a time when organizations are looking to digitize their supply chains.
In many ways, CRM apps from a digital business perspective are already the front-end apps that provide insights into the supply chain. Vendors are removing the friction that exists between enterprise apps.
Instead of making random cold calls, salespeople now leverage social media along with personal productivity apps, email, and CRM software to make offers that are more relevant to the needs of individual customers.
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