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Tines launches native GenAI features for its workflow automation platform
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Tines launches native GenAI features for its workflow automation platform

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  • Tines, a cybersecurity focused workflow automation platform, has introduced two native AI features known as Automatic Mode and AI Action to enhance its existing workflow automation services.

  • Automatic Mode will enable users to perform data transformation and manipulation tasks without requiring any coding skills, whereas AI Action will enable users to integrate LLMs into their workflows.

  • Analyst Quick Take: With this release, Tines joins a long list of disruptors that have made investments in GenAI for their workflow automation platforms in the last few months. This includes Nintex , Zendesk , Appian , UiPath , and Zapier , all of which either launched new products, entered partnerships, or made acquisitions within the space. Notably, Tines differs from many of these players in that it is a cybersecurity-focused platform. It also is not entirely new to LLM technology, as it already offers a solution for users to run an LLM within the context of their workflow to automate tasks such as summarization and code generation. Notably, this news comes just over a month after Tines raised USD 50 million in a Series B funding extension with the intention to enhance its functionalities for collaborative workflows.

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