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RelayiQ, a no-code, solution-rich, action-inspiring hyperautomation platform, unveils its new Action Delivery Engine (ADE) designed to greatly simplify and expand the use of hyperautomation applications in organizational decision making. RelayiQ creates a new paradigm, by automating data-driven actions, and acting as a nexus, or orchestration hub, for the many analytics and automation tools that organizations have invested in to date.
Catalytic, a no-code cloud platform for efficient and digitized operations, announces its launch of Catalytic Academy, an interactive virtual learning experience. Catalytic Academy gives platform users and workflow builders the opportunity to maximize their use of the platform while improving their no-code, low-code and developer skills to earn certifications. Research from Gartner found that 68% of HR leaders will focus on building critical skills and competencies in 2021. Upskilling programs will also be necessary to meet the demand for the most desired skills in advanced IT and programming.
Trend Micro Incorporated, a global leader in cybersecurity, combats security alert overload and resource constraints with an extensible platform that provides visibility and response from a single console. The new platform, Trend Micro Vision One, has extended detection and response (XDR) at its core and raises the bar with new capabilities to help security teams to see more and respond faster.
Like in Retail Marketing and Sales, Financial Service industry is also experiencing a rise in Micro-personalization experiences. Micropayment Solution is a raging trend in Blockchain-based financial services. As new networks, such as 5G, deploy and the use of Internet of Things (IoT) devices grow, so will the need for automated and machine-to-machine micropayment solutions. JCB Co., Ltd. and Keychain GK have developed a novel infrastructure for processing credit-based micropayments between IoT devices. The innovation promises to enable direct human-to-machine and machine-to-machine payments at scale without the confines of credit cards.
NEC de Colombia has chosen Smart Engines technology for the automatic reading of Peruvian identity documents to combine with NEC’s biometric identification technology in a Self-Boarding solution for a major fintech project in Peru. Today, due to the COVID-19 pandemic, companies have been forced to offer onboarding services to implement safe and effective remote care processes for their customers. In this context, Smart Engines technology, is a key facilitator for an optimal user experience in the process of capturing document information from the customer’s mobile phone, which is necessary for self-registration processes (self-boarding).