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Coupa Inspire - price benchmarking for ocean freight, Scope 3 emissions reporting This article is sponsored by:

As the annual Coupa Inspire event begins, the BSM vendor introduces price benchmarking for ocean freight and Scope 3 emissions tracking, among other new features.

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What I’d say to me back then - Stacey Epstein, CMO at Freshworks, on not self-limiting your ambitions This article is sponsored by:

The first in an occasional series in which women in tech discuss what's changed in their careers to date and explore what advice they’d give their younger selves as well as to women entering the sector today.

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From autonomous cars to autonomous weapons, the AI ethics issues can't be ignored This article is sponsored by:

Autonomous technology is racing towards us. But whether its autonomous cars or autonomous weapons, there are serious questions. This is where AI ethics comes to a head.

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Why every company should be thinking about employee mental health This article is sponsored by: Zendesk logo transparent 250x150px

Fidelma Butler of Zendesk shares some in-house examples to develop a inclusive, supportive, and productive company culture for employee mental health, and some important questions employers should be asking.

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EU Customs needs “urgent structural change” - centered on new vision for data gathering and sharing This article is sponsored by:

The EU Customs Union is facing multiple growth challenges and is in need of modernization to help with the green and digital economy transitions.

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Enterprise hits and misses - return-to-office picks up steam (and critics), while SaaS software gets SaaD (Software as a Disservice) This article is sponsored by:

This week - return-to-office picks up corporate steam, but big tech companies remain cautious. Why? SaaS software gets a lambasting, but is it really SaaS, or SaaD (Software as a Disservice). Can AI manage AI, and is there an AI explainability workaround? Read on...

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IFS triples valuation in two years to $10 billion - CEO Darren Roos eyes cloud growth, acquisitions This article is sponsored by:

An exclusive interview on FSM, growth and cloud migration, with Darren Roos, CEO of IFS, in the wake of a $10 billion joint valuation for IFS and sibling company Workwave.

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