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Day: July 7, 2020

Mediafly launches Content Hub

Mediafly, a provider of sales enablement technology, content management, and advisory services, announced Mediafly Content Hub, a solution providing marketers the ability to manage public-facing website sales content, customer-facing sales content and internal-only sales content all in one place, allowing teams to share relevant, engaging and personalized content throughout every stage of the buying process. Through Content Hub companies can automatically surface the most relevant content for a buyer on the website in the early stages of buyer research, create qualified leads, and keep the content experience consistent across the buyer journey even after the handoff from marketing to sales has occurred. Content Hub is now available for Mediafly customers.

MxHero announced Egnyte integration with Microsoft Outlook

MxHero announced availability of its integration between Microsoft’s Outlook email client and the Egnyte content management platform directly from the Microsoft Outlook AppSource store. The add-in can be installed from within Outlook for Windows, Mac, and OWA (Outlook Web Access). Additional capabilities include download, preview, collaboration, move and deletion of files, folders, and email messages. When saving emails to Egnyte, MxHero optimizes email content for the Egnyte environment by automatically saving the email message as a text-searchable PDF document linked to any attachments that are saved separately. The plugin requires Outlook 2013, Outlook 2016,, or Office 365 with an email that is hosted on a Microsoft Exchange server.

DefinedCrowd launches DefinedData, a marketplace of AI datasets

DefinedCrowd announced the launch of DefinedData, an offering that enables customers to accelerate their AI-initiatives by acquiring pre-collected, annotated, and validated AI training data from an online catalog. Customers can browse pre-collected AI datasets in multiple languages, domains, and recording types and either request samples or purchase. Customers can also choose between a one-time purchase or annual subscription that provides access to all of the new datasets. The catalog is expected to grow to include over 25,000 hours of speech and natural language data. Multiple key performance indicators (KPIs) will be used including Word Error Rate, gender distribution levels, age distribution, ambient noise levels, nativeness (accuracy of native speakers), and domain accuracy.

Accusoft partners with TEAM Informatics on M-Connect for M-Files

TEAM Informatics is developing a new product called M-Connect, which leverages Accusoft’s PrizmDoc Viewer. M-Connect extends and enhances the capabilities of the M-Files Intelligent Information Management platform. As part of M-Connect’s functionality, TEAM Informatics needed to provide the ability for users to access, view, collaborate, and search information within different document formats. They needed to control access to the documents, audit changes, and support a wide range of file formats in a web interface. Accusoft provides content and imaging solutions that solve document lifecycle complexities. Their technology provides document viewing, advanced search, image compression, conversion, barcode recognition, OCR, and other image processing tools to use in application and web development. The partners plan to launch M-Connect July 8, 2020.,

DocsCorp acquires Verowave

DocsCorp announced it has completed acquisition agreements for Verowave Technologies, a UK provider of document production and assembly software. The verowave Platform (verodocs, verosheets, and veroslides) will be integrated into the DocsCorp document productivity suite and re-branded as veroDocs. With this acquisition, DocsCorp brings together document assembly and production, PDF creation and editing, document comparison, metadata cleaning, and email recipient checking into an integrated suite.

DocuSign acquires Liveoak Technologies

DocuSign announced its acquisition of Austin-based startup, Liveoak Technologies, for $38 million in an all-stock transaction. The news builds on the companies’ existing partnership, where DocuSign eSignature is integrated with Liveoak’s secure agreement-collaboration platform. Liveoak uses web-based videoconferencing, collaboration features, identity verification and other tools to help complete an auditable transaction remotely. DocuSign plans to use Liveoak’s technology and expertise to accelerate the launch of DocuSign Notary, a new product in the Agreement Cloud suite that focuses on remote online notarization (RON)—where audio-visual technology is used to complete a notarial act when the signers and the notary public are in different places. DocuSign Notary will also augment the company’s existing eNotary offering, which enables a notary public to act as an in-person witness to the electronic signing of documents.

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