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Hyland has launched its latest product enhancements and new solutions to support organizations’ digital transformation.

US startup Intelus is hosting an open beta for companies seeking a no-code, no-data-science platform it says can be used to build custom artificial intelligence models quickly and at a fraction of the cost of incumbent practices.

SaaS software company Kissflow Inc, a leading, has rolled out a more powerful and comprehensive version of its flagship product, Kissflow Workflow. The new enhancements will allow business users to automate and track both structured processes as well as unstructured dynamic cases using a single no-code platform.

Mindee has announced the introduction of docTR, a seamless, high-performing, and accessible open-source library for OCR-related tasks powered by deep learning.

Esker has announced the launch of its Claims & Deductions solution to help businesses efficiently manage their deduction claims and protect margins. As an integral part of Esker’s Order-to-Cash suite, Esker’s Claims & Deductions solution enables customer service and finance departments to quickly resolve customer issues and keep short payments under control.

Knowledgeone Corporation has released a new RF6 Connector to facilitate full integration between its RecFind 6 Product Suite and Microsoft’s SharePoint Online.

Empired has announced the launch of the Empired User Secure Score app, its latest addition to the cybersecurity toolkit for organisations, designed to help every individual contribute to the security of the organisation in which they work.

Jina AI, an open-source neural search company based in Berlin, has announced $US30 million in Series funding. All of Jina AI's investors are betting on the future of search being built on neural networks. The company, only founded in February 2020, has already raised $US39 million in total.

Micro Focus has announced that Amazon Web Services (AWS) has chosen the company as a key partner enabling the new AWS Mainframe Modernisation service.

Invoice fraud costs Australian businesses $A128M each year. Australia’s Sypht has introduced three new features to its capture and document processing platform designed to improve time and costs efficiencies and reduce the impacts of fraud.

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