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IBM’s third-quarter earnings were boosted by enterprises’ interest in generative AI, which drove up its software and consulting revenue.
Along with new AI-powered capabilities, the ERP provider is adding new enterprise performance management tools and features to its suite.
The ERP vendor is adding a new pricing tier to its Rise with SAP offering with an opaque mix of bundled and usage-based pricing for generative AI functionality.
The company, in a regulatory filing, said it is in the process of negotiating with the US Internal Revenue Service. The notices correspond to tax years 2004 to 2013.
SAP is offering free migration consultations, more frequent feature releases and two years’ additional maintenance to entice customers to update to S/4HANA Cloud private edition and, ultimately, adopt Rise with SAP.
CIOs are cautiously evaluating generative AI for use in their own applications, while enterprise software vendors showcase the AI at a furious pace.
Shifting 200,000 servers from CentOS to RHEL, the SaaS giant is enlisting gen AI to help handle the health and telemetry of its operations infrastructure in real-time.
Like Salesforce and ServiceNow, SAP is promising to embed an AI copilot throughout its applications, but planning a more gradual roll-out than some competitors.
Most major software vendors say they will incorporate generative AI in their applications; ServiceNow claims it will be the first to deliver the code.
At CloudWorld, the company said it is planning to add over 50-plus generative AI use cases across its Fusion Cloud suites in the next six months.