The Hyperledger Transact promises to make it possible to create smart contracts that can run on multiple blockchain platforms.
Salesforce is updating its customer data platform (CDP) to personalize sales and marketing efforts via AI.
Alteryx has unveiled an Assisted Modeling tool that promises to make it simpler to create analytics models based on machine learning algorithms.
Salesforce adds data visualization and analytics to its enterprise software empire.
Google announced today it plans to acquire Looker, a provider of data analytics tools delivered via the cloud for $2.6 billion.
The all-cash deal adds a set of software-as-a-service (SaaS) applications to a Google portfolio that already includes the BiqQuery data warehouse. Looker, which runs on the Google Cloud Platform, will officially become an arm of Google Cloud later this year. The two companies already have more than 350 joint customers.
The instance of blockchain that Salesforce plans to generally make available next year is based on a Hyperledger and Hyperledger Sawtooth.
Zendesk is differentiating itself by enabling organizations to more easily and quickly create an omni-channel customer experience at a lower cost by leveraging massive amounts of data that organizations are already starting to store on the AWS cloud.
Qlik Sense Enterprise gives organizations the flexibility to deploy modules based on either the amount of data they need to analyze or compliance requirements.
Additions to Salesforce Sales Cloud will increase the productivity of sales people by employing the Einstein AI engines to surface more actionable intelligence within the application.
With AI Blueprint, Verint is making a concerted effort to reduce the risks associated with investing in AI.
The goal for Salesforce is to leverage AI to automate a wide variety of routine tasks that ultimately conspire to make customer service representatives less productive.
SAP continues to make a case for rationalizing BI and analytics platforms that are typically strewn across the average enterprise.
While Oracle continues to offer individual applications, it is increasingly focused on enabling organizations to unify disparate business processes across an application portfolio that all share the same underlying database technology.