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AutoDeploy is pleased to announce that it has published three new listings to the AWS Marketplace for Oracle JD Edwards EnterpriseOne. Based on a continuous innovation model, AutoDeploy is committed to delivering Oracle JD Edwards EnterpriseOne customers with the newest functionality delivered from Oracle on Amazon Web Services.
Amid a global health crisis that accelerated the need for digital transformation and technologies to safely keep industries running, Emerson’s annual Global Users Exchange provides practical innovations and solutions that industrial manufacturers can leverage in 2021 and beyond. Its “Accelerating Digital Transformation” virtual conference shares hundreds of case studies with insights on how customers have enhanced sustainability and demonstrated measurable value with easily scalable innovations including remote collaboration, prescriptive maintenance, and personnel health tracking for safety.
Computer vision startup Fyma has closed a $1.8 million seed round led by Change Ventures. 7 Percent, Decacorn, Lemonade Stand, Tiny VC, existing investor Superangel and a number of angel investors including two former Transferwise executives1 also participated. The round brings the total amount raised by the company to $2.1 million.
AIStorm, an innovator of high-performance AI-in-Sensor processors, has closed $16 million in an oversubscribed Series B financing round from strategic investors that include AsusTek, a leading manufacturer of computing equipment; Egis Technology Inc., a major biometrics supplier; Knowles Corporation, a market leader in advanced micro-acoustic microphones; Meyer Corporation, a world leader in food-preparation equipment; and Senvest Management, a New York-based venture capital firm.
The need for hospitals to instantly alert their employees’ mobile devices is now helping save lives. Communication companies like FastCommand have created technology that assists HR Directors and disaster teams to coordinate hospital operations directly through employee phones.