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| Diginomica

Pegasystems is practicing inclusion and diversity, not diversity and inclusion

| Information Age

A guide to artificial intelligence in enterprise: Is it right for your business?

| Forbes

Democratizing Software For The Greater Good

| WardsAuto

Pega’s Steven Silver explains the aftermarket customer experience and notes that unless the industry makes vehicle ownership and maintenance ‘push-button easy,’ consumers may opt out of personal...

| Marketing Magazine

Pega’s Michael Evans highlights five core infrastructure capabilities businesses should look for in long-term CRM strategies as they try to future-proof their technology

| Diginomica

Claudia Rodriguez shares details about her role at Pega and the company’s ambitions to embed a culture of inclusion across the company

| Loyalty360

Pega’s Jeff Nicholson discusses how AI and machines shape the way humans make connections and how AI-enabled machines help businesses create empathetic customer interactions

| iBusiness

Pega’s Dr. Rob Walker and Kay Knoche comment on recent findings from Pega’s AI and empathy survey and touch on the morality and ethics of AI

| CIOReview

Pega's Suman Eadunuri shares his thoughts on the need for low-code to orchestrate digital transformation in India

| Information Age

Pega is recognized among other software companies for developing its own products in house before selling to clients

| Forbes France

Alan Trefler explains the benefits of the microjourney approach when it comes to customer experiences

| Information Age

Pega’s Don Schuerman comments on what ‘AI for the enterprise’ means, as well as the benefits and drawbacks it comes with

| Marconomy

Pega’s Kay Knoche examines AI’s image problem from the perspective of the customer, and notes that often AI comes to stand for ‘antisocial intelligence’

| IT Leaders

Alan Trefler discusses Pega’s expansion into the Japanese market, and why local IT leaders should know about Pega

| Loyalty360

Pega’s Vince Jeffs comments on Pega’s two-pronged approach to empathy and empathetic customer engagement: listening to customers to understand their current issues, and then addressing them

| Forbes

Alan Trefler explains how low code enables the industry to be more inclusive and diverse by making technology accessible to almost anyone with an idea

| The Future Shapers

Pega clients Deutsche Telekom, Digital Credit Union, and Telenet discuss what successful digital transformation looks like at PegaWorld

| MarTech Advisor

Pega’s Tom Libretto explains why Pega is interested in operationalizing empathy at scale and what that may mean for digital transformation

| ERP-Infos

Alan Trefler comments on roadblocks organizations run into when building for change

| L'agefi

Pega’s Erwan Brillot discusses digital transformation in the insurance market and how it can improve operations as well as interactions between insurers and insureds

| Telemedia Online

Pega’s Kevin Billings runs through the challenges of rolling out 5G, and how DPA can make the process smooth and maintain network quality long after the rollout

| itnews

Pega client National Australia Bank explains how they are improving operational excellence with Pega

| CMSWiRE

Pega’s Vince Jeffs focuses on the empathetic customer experience and how it can be driven by context and timing

| Information Week

Pega was included in a round up of “10 RPA Vendors to Watch” by InformationWeek

| Computable

Pega’s Peter Woods discusses financial sector pain points and suggests how to overcome these challenges with real-time omnichannel support for customer journeys

| iBestuur

Pega’s Jan Willem Boissevain discusses customer trust, or lack thereof, in AI

| Insurance Edge

Pega’s Tony Tarquini advises that while AI can be useful in the insurance industry, it has to be transparent and open to protect against bias

| Digital Health Age

Pega’s Peter Ford discusses the need to improve the quality of care within the UK’s NHS through the appropriate use of technology