Enterprise Applications

IDC's latest Worldwide AI and Generative AI Spending Guide reveals that the Asia/Pacific region is witnessing an unprecedented surge in Generative AI (GenAI) adoption, including software, services, and hardware for AI-centric systems.

Neo4j, a Graph Database and Analytics developer, has announced a collaboration with Microsoft to deliver a unified data offering that will addresse critical data needs for Generative AI (GenAI).

Nominal is a US startup harnessing generative AI to bridge the gap between what it claims are outdated, costly ERP systems and the financial management needs of modern mid-market, multi-entity businesses.

A new global survey has found that data quality remains the top challenge with AI. However, organisations with more mature information management (IM) strategies are 1.5x more likely to realise benefits from AI than those with less mature strategies.

Top-100 ASX-listed company nib holdings has revealed it has completed migrating more than 95% of its on-premise workloads across all business lines into Amazon Web Services (AWS).

Rossum is offering its next-generation AI for document understanding and end-to-end automation in the Coupa App Marketplace, connecting businesses with certified, pre-built solutions.

Automation Anywhere has announced it is utilizing Google Cloud's Gemini models and Vertex AI platform to launch new generative-AI powered solutions developed on top of leading large language models and trained with anonymized metadata from more than 150 million automation processes across thousands of leading enterprise applications.

Baffle has announced new capabilities that allow organizations to secure structured and unstructured data when moving to and across the cloud. As organizations increasingly adopt GenAI, more and more data is being moved across the cloud, resulting in organizations needing to ensure privacy and review security practices to ensure that all data complies with relevant privacy regulations across regions.

Foundation models, the technology underpinning the rise of generative artificial intelligence (AI), could boost Australia’s productivity, bolster our economy, and transform industries according to a new report by CSIRO, Australia's national science agency.  

American venture capital firm Andreessen Horowitz has published a report examining the uptake of Generative AI by large enterprises. Authors Sarah Wang and Shangda Xu spoke with dozens of Fortune 500 leaders, and surveyed 70 more.