Today’s Daily AI Roundup covers the latest Artificial Intelligence announcements on AI capabilities, AI mobility products, Robotic Service, Diagnostics and Enterprise Integration from LogMeIn, Uptake, MindTouch, Cornerstone OnDemand, Trustpilot, Cloudinary and Claravine.
LogMeIn, Inc. announced the launch of the GoTo Marketplace, a single point of access to all of the applications and productivity tools that integrate with LogMeIn’s GoTo suite of Unified Communications & Collaboration (UCC) products.
Uptake announced that it has joined the World Economic Forum. Uptake will collaborate with the Forum, other industry leaders, and policymakers to better understand digital transformation opportunities and provide insights and principles required for businesses to adapt.
The MindTouch enterprise-grade, AI-powered knowledge management solution is now available as a Premium Client Application on the Genesys AppFoundry.The Genesys AppFoundry is the industry’s largest dedicated marketplace focused on customer experience solutions.
Cornerstone OnDemand, Inc., a global leader in people development solutions, announced it has acquired Clustree, a French technology company that developed an industry-leading, AI-powered skills engine and extensive skills ontology that is being used by leading global brands, including Carrefour and SNCF.
Trustpilot, the leading global consumer reviews platform free and open to everyone, announced the release of its new Transparent Inviting feature. The feature provides greater insight into how every company receives, invites and how much they respond to reviews on Trustpilot.com, helping everyone to make better decisions about which companies they choose to trust and buy from.
Cloudinary, the media management platform for many of the world’s top brands, announced record annual revenue and customer growth for 2019. As a profitable, self-funded software company now generating more than $60 million in annual recurring revenue, Cloudinary has distinguished itself as one of the more successful SaaS businesses today.
Today Claravine announced it has opened an office in New York and hired industry veteran E.J. Freni as its Chief Revenue Officer. Freni will leverage more than 15 years of experience in both advertising and marketing tech to help accelerate Claravine’s mission to help brands drive digital transformation and personalization through better data.