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Thoma Bravo bagged $1.8bn NextGen Healthcare acquisition
Thoma Bravo acquired NextGen Healthcare, a cloud-based healthcare tech solutions firm, for $1.8bn.
In this way, Thoma Bravo will add more than 100,000 ambulatory healthcare providers who care for over 65 million patients in the US to its portfolio, while onboarding NextGen Healthcare’s portfolio of “innovations designed to alleviate physician burnout and improve patient experience”.
Celonis pioneered Process Intelligence Graph and new platform capabilities
At Celonis’ annual conference in Munich, Germany, the company pioneered its Process Intelligence Graph along with new platform capabilities to unify organizations’ process data and create a common language between departments.
The company will use the new technology to capture and unify an organization’s process data and enhance it with machine learning and deep process knowledge gathered from thousands of customer deployments over the past decade.
Infor and DailyPay partnership spelled early payday cheer
Infor announced a new partnership with DailyPay to simplify and speed up the process of giving employees their wages.
This will allow employers using Infor Workforce Management solutions to provide hourly employees with same-day access to their pay, without disruptions and additional administrative tasks for payroll teams.
Spotify jazzed up platform with Google Cloud’s AI help
Spotify and Google Cloud announced an expanded partnership to amplify their expertise in infrastructure, data and analytics, as well as AI and machine learning technologies.
This new move will see the digital music service exploring Google Cloud’s AI tools to improve critical aspects of the Spotify platform, including content discovery, personalized recommendations and safe listening.
ServiceNow expanded Now Assist GenAI portfolio with enhancements
ServiceNow announced a major expansion to its Now Assist GenAI portfolio with new capabilities to transform experiences and increase productivity.
CJ Desai, president and chief operating officer at ServiceNow, said: “Our customers are facing increasingly complex and competitive dynamics across industries and AI holds the key to enabling faster execution, smart decision making and greater business agility.”