AWS and Salesforce kicked off the week by announcing a significant expansion of their global strategic partnership, deepening product integrations across data and AI. Qlik announced its new integrations and AI-powered solutions with AWS to Qlik Cloud, helping customers scale the power of large language models (LLMs). Finally, Aptean acquired 3T Logistics & Technology Group, a provider of cloud-based transportation management systems for the United Kingdom and broader Europe.
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Hi and welcome to episode 114 of The ERP Minute. I’m your host, Rebekah McCabe.
Data remains at the forefront of the ERP space, with AWS and Salesforce announcing a significant expansion of their long-standing, global strategic partnership, deepening product integrations across data and AI, and for the first time offering select Salesforce products on the AWS marketplace. The expanded agreement will make it easier for customers to seamlessly and securely manage their data across Salesforce and AWS, and safely and responsibly infuse the latest generative AI technologies into their applications and workflows. The AWS technology boom continues, with many vendors leveraging the data opportunities offered by the platform.
This is evident in our next story this week, with Qlik helping its customers embrace and scale the power of large language models (LLMs) and generative AI with AWS through new integrations and AI-powered solutions. With its integration with Amazon Bedrock, Qlik Cloud users can now easily leverage natural language to create new AI-driven insights on AWS with trusted and governed LLMs such as AI21 Labs, Anthropic, Cohere, and Meta. Advancements like this will continue to empower businesses utilizing solutions across the ERP market to harness and act upon their data like never before.
Finally, Aptean announced its acquisition of 3T Logistics & Technology Group, a provider of cloud-based transportation management systems to shippers and carriers in the United Kingdom and broader Europe. This acquisition will provide even deeper value to its customers who require specialized tools to manage shipping requirements in fast-paced industries.
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