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Indico, a provider of enterprise AI solutions for intelligent process automation, has announced a new partnership with UiPath. The collaboration targets the challenge of automating workflows that involve large amounts of unstructured content; e.g., all the documents, emails, text, and images that make up over 80% of the data in most enterprises. 

Mastercard has announced it is launching a new global trade platform on Azure in collaboration with Microsoft, Mastercard Track, that promises to streamline and automate the procure-to-pay process.

National Australia Bank (NAB) has added Google Cloud to its cloud technology strategy that already includes Microsoft Azure and Amazon Web Services. NAB aims to move 35 per cent of its applications to the cloud by the end of 2020.

Nintex has launched a new Workflow Generator product which enables business users to instantly create sophisticated workflows using the cloud-based visual process mapping capability, Nintex Promapp.
 

Oracle is introducing the ability for users to connect their cloud and on-premises Oracle and third-party applications with Box via Oracle Integration.

Text analytics developer Luminoso has launched a new application called Daylight Express that is claimed to offer a fast and easy way to drive ROI on analyzing unstructured text data, such as surveys, product reviews, and call centre transcripts.

The PDF Association has published a new feature for PDF: a standardized mechanism allowing authors to define and share their own document profiles leveraging PDF technology.

Blue Prism has announced the availability of its latest connected-RPA offering, Enterprise V6.6. This latest release of Blue Prism’s Digital Workforce is designed to automate more strategically and at scale.

FTI Consulting has expanded its partnership with Relativity to provide its e-discovery software solutions to clients in Australia.

FUJIFILM has released the LTO Ultrium8 Data Cartridge (LTO-8) for backup and archive of large-capacity data with a storage capacity of 30TB (12TB for non-compressed data), twice the capacity of the previous generation. 

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