Daily MarTech Roundup: Latest Marketing and Sales Technology News, Product Announcements and Insights
Today’s Daily MarTech Round-up covers the latest in Cloud, Marketing Analytics, Automation, Customer experience, AI and ML announcements from Qualtrics (Customer experience), Nuxeo (Content), Vonage (Unified Communications), Informatica (Data Management), and Digital River (E-commerce).
Qualtrics, the leader in customer experience and creator of the experience management category, announced enhancements to their Voxpopme integration, empowering customers to easily capture video feedback that directly integrates into the Qualtrics XM Platform. Businesses can leverage video insights to gain a deeper understanding of their customers’ needs in real-time and quickly take corrective action to improve the experiences they deliver.
Nuxeo, the leading cloud-native Content Services Platform (CSP), announced the debut of a new, low-code user interface (UI) for Nuxeo Insight – a ground-breaking artificial intelligence (AI) service that enables companies to use their own data and content to train custom machine-learning (ML) models.
Vonage, a global leader in cloud communications helping businesses accelerate their digital transformation, has announced that Nine9, a Michigan-based talent organization for models and actors, has selected Vonage to help stay connected to its applicants, clients and talent during the global health crisis. Priding itself as the “UnAgency”, Nine9 is using Vonage to ensure rich, engaging and real-time connections with its client base through simple, reliable multi-channel messaging.
Informatica, the enterprise cloud data management leader, announced that it has launched a collaborative technology initiative with The ADAPT Centre, a world-leading Science Foundation Ireland (SFI) Research Centre for Digital Media Technology.
Digital River, the most experienced global ecommerce enabler for established and fast-growing brands, announced today the appointment of Ted Rogers as the company’s chief marketing officer. Rogers will report directly to Digital River’s CEO, Adam Coyle.