Daily MarTech Roundup: Latest News, Insights, Funding and Updates
Today’s Daily MarTech Round-up covers the latest in Cloud, Marketing Analytics, Automation, Customer experience AI and ML announcements from Lloyds Banking Group, Lingo Communications, Binumi Pro, OpenText, ENGIE, Uber, and Talend.
Google Cloud announced that Lloyds Banking Group, the UK-based financial institution that serves 26 million customers, will collaborate with Google Cloud to help drive its digital evolution and overall cloud transformation program. As part of Lloyds Banking Group’s commitment to invest £3 billion to transform itself for success in a digital world, this five-year strategic collaboration will see Lloyds Banking Group deploy a number of Google Cloud services to help streamline, modernise and improve the customer experience.
Lingo Communications, LLC, (“Lingo”) a leading global Cloud/UC communications and managed service provider dedicated to serving the SMB market, announced today that it completed the roll-out of enhanced back-office systems and capabilities in Q1 2020.
Video-editing platform Binumi Pro has launched an AI-powered content management system, as part of its ambitious mission to make video production accessible for businesses and teams of all sizes. The PaaS (Platform as a Service) company’s new scalable video storage ecosystem, The Reef, allows users to create, collaborate and curate their content securely.
OpenText, “The Information Company,” announced that it has acquired XMedius, a provider of secure information exchange and unified communication solutions. XMedius brings decades of experience and patented technologies to transform secure and collaborative communication, enabling organizations to move more workloads to the cloud and unlock the information advantage.
ENGIE France BtoC innovates daily to become the global leader in low carbon energy and services. To deliver the efficient, tailored experience its customers need, ENGIE replaced multiple legacy, on-premises technologies with the single, all-in-one solution from Genesys, the global leader in cloud customer experience and contact center solutions.
Mixpanel, the world’s leading product analytics company, teamed up with Uber to help its teams make analytics self-serve for every product manager. As Uber expands into new markets, its regional product teams tailor everything from the signup flow to the app experience to best meet local needs. Doing this effectively requires making analytics on the user experience as easy to access as possible for employees across the globe so they can always back their decisions with data.
Talend, a global leader in cloud data integration and data integrity, announced the availability of Talend Cloud in Microsoft Azure Marketplace, an online store providing applications and services for use on Azure. With the embedded data quality and native integration performance of Talend Cloud, companies can run integration tasks securely across cloud and on-premise environments with only a few clicks from an Azure account.