Qualtrics Stock Uses AI for Experience Management

Have you ever noticed that you can go years without hearing a particular word or name, but then suddenly it keeps popping up in uncanny ways? Lately, for us, it’s been SAP (SAP). No, we’re not talking about saps, as in Fools, but the world’s third-largest software company by revenue. Software developed by the $100 billion-plus German corporation is nearly as ubiquitous among enterprises as companies like Microsoft and Oracle (the No. 1 and No 2. software companies by revenue). 

SAP most recently popped up in an article about DocuSign. The former is a global reseller for the latter, integrating DocuSign’s eSignature service into various SAP software products. In addition, SAP is also a major investor in Icertis, a well-funded startup that competes directly with DocuSign in cloud-based contract lifecycle management.

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Circuitously, that brings us to Qualtrics (XM), a competitor to UserTesting (USER), which uses artificial intelligence to collect, organize, and analyze data from videos for

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