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SAP Ariba and RapidRatings Work Together to Streamline Risk Management
RapidRatings and SAP Ariba are working together to provide their customers with a more flexible risk-management solution. Through open APIs, SAP Ariba customers can access their RapidRatings-subscription information without leaving the SAP Ariba environment.
According to Kristen Jordeth, SAP Ariba’s go-to-market director for North America, “All they have to do is turn a subscription code on, key it in, and they're connected. It eliminates the setup, makes it easier on the customer side, and they can take advantage of subscriptions they already have and access them in one view throughout that whole process.”
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With this collaborative approach, SAP Ariba customers will benefit from a more streamlined process for identifying and managing vendor risk.
SAP Ariba’s willingness to integrate with third-party solutions is a smart business decision:
- It provides customers with more potential options and allows them to leverage their existing subscriptions with other complementary vendors;
- It allows SAP Ariba to focus on putting a general framework in place without having to provide a complete end-to-end solution;
- It prevents SAP Ariba from having to invest heavily in functionality or in acquisitions to stave off niche competitors; and
- It should keep existing customers happy (i.e. loyal and under contract) while it provides an appealing benefit to lure potential customers into the fold.
IoT manufacturers aren’t just waiting for 5G connectivity to deliver significant smart city solutions. From a smart city conference in Dublin, we showcase three examples of how IoT is improving urban environments today.
The AI system developed by Google Health more accurately identifies breast cancer than human experts, reports The Guardian (and others). The system has been tested in the UK and the US, and the results are published in Nature, one of the most prestigious scientific journals in the world.
SugarCRM Rolls Out Fall ’19 Release With Savvy Improvements to Collaboration and Self-Service Capabilities
SugarCRM – a well-established player in the market for CRM platforms – recently rolled out its Fall 2019 release. From a functional perspective, the release does a good job advancing SugarCRM’s capabilities in the areas of self-service, collaboration, and sales automation.
Coming early 2020, Zoom Rooms will be able to join Microsoft Teams meetings and Microsoft Teams Rooms will be able to join Zoom meetings.
Microsoft and Cisco have announced a partnership to enhance interoperability between Microsoft Teams Rooms and Phone System and Cisco Webex Room. The move reflects growing end-user demand for a unified communications platform that encourages mixed-vendor interoperability.
ALM Works’ Structure.Gantt extends Jira’s and Structure’s data to better manage timelines, dependencies, and resources.
Dessa, a Canadian AI start-up previously known as Deeplearni.ng, announced today the availability of Atlas 2.0, one half of its Foundations suite of tools for building, deploying and maintaining enterprise-grade machine learning (ML) models at scale.
Trello’s Leah Ryder recently blogged about that old and reliable observation about the four stages of team dynamics (Forming – Storming – Norming – Performing). We asked ourselves how this relates to the Trello cardwall and found a critical ingredient: the curator.
Workfront recently announced its acquisition of Atiim, a leading OKR (Objectives and Key Results) vendor. It plans to offer an integrated tool set called Workfront Goals in the coming year, connecting the objectives tracking front end (OKR software) to its work management application (Workfront, formerly known as @Task).