Daily AI Roundup: Biggest Machine Learning, Robotic And Automation Updates 10 August
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Sage, the leader in accounting, financial, HR, and payroll technology for small and medium-sized businesses (SMBs), announced that Sage Field Operations is now available with Sage Intacct Construction. The integration combines the convenience and efficiency of Sage’s mobile construction management application with the power of the leading native-cloud accounting solution, giving service-providing construction companies a superior tool to manage the entire work order life cycle.
Digital ticketing service True Tickets announced the launch of rules-based ticket sharing, an innovative new feature that empowers event organizers to create and assign rules related to the sharing of digital tickets. For the company’s Tessitura Network clients, this translates to a best-in-class solution that creates a chain of custody for each ticket, making the enforcement of terms and conditions much easier.
Verfacto, a leading marketing analytics platform, has released a new feature called ‘real-time customer profiler’. The feature is designed to enrich the website visitor’s profile with additional attributes, and allows user identification before log in.
Grayshift, LLC, a leading and trusted provider of mobile digital forensics solutions, today announced the promotion of David Scruggs from Vice President of Sales to Chief Revenue Officer. In his new role, he will lead revenue-generation within the organization and executive team.
StradVision, an AI-based perception processing company for Autonomous Vehicles and ADAS, announced that they have closed their Series C funding round. Strategic investors included in this round of funding for StradVision are ZF and Aptiv. With this round closed, StradVision now has $129m USD in cumulative funding from the seed round through Series C. Automotive industry strategic investors to date for StradVision have included Aptiv, Hyundai Motor Company, Hyundai Mobis, LG Electronics, AISIN (Japan), and ZF.
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