The editors of Solutions Review curated this list of the most notable WorkTech news from the week of August 12. This roundup covers announcements and updates from companies like Accenture, Epicor, Sage, ECI Software Solutions, and more.
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Top WorkTech News for the week of August 12, 2022
Accenture recently announced the acquisition of Romp, an Indonesian brand and experience agency with deep local knowledge and expertise in digital operations, design and brand communication. The acquisition will help Accenture expand the ability of Accenture Song (formerly known as Accenture Interactive) to provide clients in Southeast Asia with creative, technology-driven brand experiences that “embrace new frontiers” and seize lucrative opportunities in a post-pandemic economy.
ECI software solutions acquired two new companies: Data Inventions, Inc. and Lojic LLC. Data Inventions provides its customers with a manufacturing intelligence and data connectivity platform called Alora. Meanwhile, Lojic is a customizable data visualization and analytics solution to help manufacturers capture and display real-time actionable insights across their entire operation. Together, these solutions will help ECI Software Solutions provide its customers with the tools they need to connect and analyze enterprise ERP systems and shop floor data sources, making it easier to improve team performance. Alora will immediately integrate with ECI’s JobBOSS, JobBOSS2M1 and Macola ERP, and Lojic will integrate with JobBOSS.
Epicor recently released its Industry Insights 2022 report, an annual research project that tracks the journey to cloud ERP and identifies what companies are experiencing at each stage of the technology adoption process. For the 2022 report, Epicor surveyed 1,350 business and technology decision makers from the manufacturing, building materials, distribution, automotive, retail and healthcare sectors. Individuals and businesses surveyed come from the US, UK, Africa, Middle East and India. The report is now available for download.
Deloitte announced a new roadmap of cross-enterprise integration sustainability solution assets and offerings to help its clients create resilient business strategies and end-to-end sustainable journeys “in an increasingly unpredictable world”. The asset roadmap and new sustainability solution offerings (ESG strategy, performance and reporting, climate and decarbonization, sustainable supply chains and sustainability finance) are based on SAP technology and will help companies make in the face of industry disruptions and implement high-level sustainability solutions in their ongoing projects. strategies.
Wise announced that its Sage Field Operations solution is now available for Sage Intacct Construction. The integration will combine the capabilities of Sage’s construction management mobile app with the tools of its cloud-native accounting solution. Together, the solutions provide service provider construction companies with the functionality they need to improve communication between teams, integrate workflows, simplify service operations, reduce billing time, manage service agreements, optimize new business opportunities and reduce administrative costs. Sage Field Operations is also integrated with Sage 100 Contractor and Sage 300 Construction and Real Estate solutions.
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