Daily MarTech Roundup: Latest Marketing and Sales Technology News, Product Annoucements and Insights
Today’s Daily MarTech Round-up covers the latest in Cloud, Marketing Analytics, Automation, Customer experience AI and ML announcements from Stallios (Social), CloudScale365 (Unified Communication), Nuxeo (Content), Demandbase (ABM), and NICE (Automation).
Stallios inc, the technology company on a mission to create the next-generation social network where everyone can monetize their time and creativity by earning a stable income, has finally launched the social network live.
CloudScale365, Inc, a leading nationwide managed services provider is pleased to announce the acquisition of Moore Communications Systems of Southampton, NJ. Moore Communications Systems (“MCS”) has dominated the New Jersey and Philadelphia telecommunications marketplace for the last 20 years. The company has hundreds of legacy customers across the state for cabling, SDWAN, UCaaS, and Avaya support services. Tim Moore, CEO of MCS stated, “We are very excited to now be able to offer the entire portfolio of Cloud & Managed Services to our extensive base of business with the CloudScale365 Platform. We had many potential acquirers, however CloudScale365 was the best fit for their quality of service for our customers.”
Nuxeo, the leading cloud-native Content Services Platform, today announced the launch of “Content Journeys,” a new monthly Nuxeo podcast series providing valuable lessons in how organizations can build competitive advantage from content.
Demandbase, the leader in Account-Based Marketing (ABM), announced that it has been recognized by Forrester as a leader in The Forrester New Wave™: ABM Platforms, Q2 2020. In the evaluation, Demandbase received differentiated scores in the categories of account-based advertising, personalization, product roadmap, and market approach criteria. The report demonstrates that Account-Based Marketing (ABM) is not only a solidified category but a proven growth strategy for B2B organizations.
NICE Launches Trial Version of Its Next-Gen Robotic Automation Design Studio, Expediting Enterprise Adaption
NICE announced the availability of a trial version for its next-generation Automation Studio. Openly accessible to RPA professionals via the NICE RPA website and free of charge for a period of 6 months, the new version helps boost development skills in both attended and unattended automations. Automation developers can now get hands-oron experience with the NICE RPA tool and familiarize themselves with its user-friendly interface, drag and drop functionality, built-in developer guidance, a smart callout builder and other cutting-edge capabilities.