Celonis adds new features to Execution Management System
To kick off its World Tour, Celonis announced new features for its Execution Management System (EMS). The updates mainly focus on the handling of data and actions.
In recent years, Celonis has been increasingly focussed on growing from a process mining player to an execution management provider.... Read more
Tableau Data Stories adds automatically generated dashboard descriptions
Tableau added a very useful feature to its toolset. Tableau Data Stories adds an automatically generated description of a dashboard, so that anyone viewing the dashboard also understands how to read the data on display.
One of the most common complaints of companies with different dashboards is ... Read more
Databricks brings lakehouse to AWS as pay-as-you-go option
Databricks and AWS are expanding their existing partnership. According to Databricks, a pay-as-you-go model should make it easier to build a lakehouse, the architecture with which companies realize a modern data stack.
The two companies have been collaborating for some time to support companies ... Read more
SAS will support Python in SAS Studio and various analytics tools
SAS announced support for the Python programming language in its analytics products. In addition to SAS's own programming language, SAS Studio and Analytics Pro will support Python. Customers can now use both programming languages.
More and more data analysts are being trained with Python and R ... Read more
ThoughtSpot adds insight and integration features to BI platform
ThoughtSpot announced a series of new features to its business intelligence (BI) platform at its Beyond conference. The features help businesses with actionable insights, visualizations and the integration of Live Analytics into their own products and services.
One of the introductions is Though... Read more
ThoughtSpot brings BI to SMEs with new editions
ThoughtSpot announced the availability of new editions at its Beyond conference. The Team Edition and Pro Edition focus on small teams and individual users respectively, allowing them to get more value from data and analytics.
With the new editions, ThoughtSpot broadens its strategy. Up until th... Read more
SAS and Cosmo Tech simulate supply chains with digital twins
SAS and Cosmo Tech are developing a digital twin solution for predicting and solving supply chain issues.
Supply chains are complex. Potatoes and rubber plants have a long way to go to chip bags and car tires. Spreadsheets are insufficient for predicting unexpected delivery problems. Artificial... Read more
Google Cloud launches data analytics platforms for manufacturers
Google Cloud introduced two vertical data analytics platforms. Google Cloud Manufacturing Connect and Google Cloud Manufacturing Data Engine provide industrial organizations with more insight into factory equipment.
Various public cloud providers are deploying services specific to vertical marke... Read more
Meta opens LLM AI model OPT-175B to the public
Meta AI made its Open Pretrained Transformer (OPT-175B) training model available for free. The release invites scientists to use the model for research.
Meta AI wants to stimulate the use of large language models (LLMs). LLMs are AI training models based on Natural Language Processing (NLP) and ... Read more
Facebook’s eCommerce initiative struggles
Meta Platforms, Facebook's parent company, isn't making as much headway on eCommerce as staff expected when the pandemic hit, according to The Wall Street Journal. Several retailers aren't thrilled about it.
Retailers have expressed their dissatisfaction with the service, claiming that it lacks... Read more