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Day: May 11, 2021

Voicify Releases third major update

Voicify has released the third major update to the platform since its inception in 2017. Voicify 3.0 is notable in its delivery of features that categorize it as an enterprise solution, sitting within the ecosystem of digital platforms responsible for managing the customer experience. In 3.0, Voicify enables brands to engage customers as individuals through personalization and connectivity to systems like CRM, PIM, CMS etc. Conditional logic available within Voicify ranges from simple session information (first time versus returning) to specific user data (like transaction history).

Additionally, Voicify makes it easier for brands to get started in voice with the advent of VUX (Voice User Experience) Spark Templates. Spark is the componentry of Voicify that allows for the templatization of conversation flows that may be re-usable into an even simpler UI. To further support quick and simple voice app spin up, Voicify created a marketplace where VUX Spark Templates and Integrations are available to be added to customer voice apps. This release establishes over 100 major features to the platform and is immediately accessible.

Gimmal releases Documentum to SharePoint migration tool

Gimmal LLC, a provider of information governance software solutions, has announced the official release of its Documentum to SharePoint migration tool. With this addition to the Gimmal Migrate product, users will be able to achieve an effective and efficient migration from Documentum to Microsoft 365. The newly release Documentum to SharePoint migration tool gives client:

  • The ability to achieve “full-fidelity” migration to preserve elements such as versions, metadata, created dates, and user information for information and records management purposes
  • The ability to easily decommission Documentum, consolidating your legacy systems to achieve significant cost savings with a modern platform
  • Conduct compliant migrations with automated legal chain of custody and detailed proof of migration

DataRobot acquires Zepl to enhance enterprise capabilities for data scientists

DataRobot announced the acquisition of Zepl, a cloud data science and analytics platform. The acquisition will unlock new capabilities within DataRobot’s enterprise AI platform for the world’s most advanced data scientists. Zepl was founded by the creators of Apache Zeppelin, an open source notebook for data and analytics. Zepl provides a self-service data science notebook solution for advanced data scientists to do exploratory, code-centric work in Python, R, and Scala with enterprise-ready features such as collaboration, versioning, and security.

DataRobot will incorporate Zepl as a cloud-native, self-service notebook in its enterprise AI platform to drive productivity, efficiency, and collaboration for multiple personas. This allows for data scientists who prefer to code by allowing them to write their own tasks and custom models extending the out-of-the-box capabilities provided by DataRobot. With the integration of Zepl, business analysts will be able to build models using DataRobot’s automation and then collaborate with their advanced data science colleagues for additional customization if desired, on the same platform. It will also provide a more transparent view of the code behind DataRobot blueprints, further enhancing trust and explainability. In addition to the acquisition, DataRobot also unveiled new platform enhancements, including Composable AI. ▪︎

Appian updates Low-code Automation Platform

Appian unveiled the latest version of the Appian Low-code Automation Platform. The release includes the introduction of low-code data, a new code-free approach to unifying enterprise data, enhanced AI-driven Intelligent Document Processing (IDP), new design guidance and developer collaboration features, and enhanced DevSecOps capabilities.

  • Low-code Data: Appian makes integrating data as easy as building apps. Source data from anywhere, without needing to migrate it. Visually combine, extend, and model relationships between varied data sources, and automatically optimize data sets for performance, without coding or database programming.
  • IDP: Appian Intelligent Document Processing (IDP) delivers efficiency gains via straight-through processing of large volumes of unstructured data. IDP now features native Optical Character Recognition (OCR).
  • Low-code RPA: Appian customers can now automate tasks faster with new Low-code RPA Windows actions and additional new libraries of actions that can be downloaded directly from the Appian AppMarket.
  • Low-code Apps: New developer collaboration capabilities simplify co-creation of apps, while enhanced design guidance optimizes app performance, security, and testing.
  • Low-code DevSecOps: Enhanced simplified movement of software packages between development, test, and production environments with one-click compare and deploy to accelerate secure, governed deployments.

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