Tech deals: Infor, Brain Corp, IBS Software, Oracle, Microsoft

Infor, Coupa Software, Hansen Technologies, Brain Corp, IBS Software, Oracle, Microsoft, among others, announced their latest tech deals or technology deployments for their clients across industry verticals.
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Infor announced that Al-Jazira Equipment (commercially known as AutoWorld), an auto leasing firm in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, has selected Infor CloudSuite Equipment to help spearhead its digital transformation.

Coupa Software

Coupa Software announced that Wintershall Dea, an oil and gas company in Europe, has selected Coupa to unify its global procurement.

Hansen Technologies

Hansen Technologies, a supplier software for energy, water, and communications industries, has signed a Customer Information System (CIS) project for Fortum, a provider of clean energy solutions.

Brain Corp

UniCarriers Americas Corporation (UCA), a material handling equipment company, has selected Brain Corp, an AI company creating core technology in the robotics industry, to develop autonomous material delivery robots for use in retail, warehouses, airports, and other dynamic environments.

IBS Software

IBS Software, a SaaS solutions provider for the aviation industry, announced a contract with Japan Airlines for the implementation of iCargo, a cargo sales, inventory and reservations system that manages air cargo operations and movement.


Oracle announced that hotels such as the Inn at Serenbe, Banff Park Lodge and The University Plaza Waterfront Hotel are the early adopters already using Oracle Hospitality OSEM to better serve guests and groups.

Synergy Education Platform

Indian Prairie School District (IPSD) 204 has selected the Synergy Education Platform by Edupoint Educational Systems for its K-12 student information and learning management needs.


Microsoft and the National Football League announced technology partnership to help the entire NFL, including its coaches and players, be more efficient through enhanced communication and collaboration via Microsoft Surface devices and Microsoft Teams, the hub for teamwork in Office 365.

FIA Tech

FIA Tech, a provider of financial technology solutions for the futures industry, has selected Baton Systems, a provider of post-trade solutions for capital markets, to accelerate brokerage payments and shorten the settlement cycle for FIA Tech’s customers, which will benefit from faster time to revenue.


VoltDB, a data platform, announced the selection by Dream Sports to power Dream11, India’s largest fantasy sports platform. With VoltDB, Dream11 delivers high performance at scale without compromising on accuracy or reliability, ensuring an engaging experience for its more than 75 million users.


Infor announced that its partner SNS, a provider of supply chain consultancies and software implementation, has completed a project at Colart, an art materials company, which has gone live with Infor WMS (warehouse management system) in its newly built distribution center in Piscataway, New Jersey.


Napatech, a leading provider of reconfigurable computing platforms, was selected by TOYO Corporation, a test and measurement company, to improve the quality of 5G mobile networks for its carrier customers.


Science Applications International (SAIC) was awarded approximately $1.1 billion in national security contracts during the fourth quarter of fiscal year 2020, bringing the annual total in this category to $2.8 billion.

During the quarter, wins included a classified space contract worth approximately $265 million and the U.S. Air Force’s Common Computing Environment (Cloud One) contract worth more than $727 million. For Cloud One, SAIC will migrate approximately 800 Air Force and U.S. Army mission applications into the cloud.


First State Bank, a full-service bank with $1.2 billion in assets and 18 branches throughout Illinois, has selected Fiserv, a provider of financial services technology solutions, to enable a technology transformation to better serve retail and commercial customers.

FLIR Systems

FLIR Systems announced that the United States (U.S.) Air Force has ordered more than 180 of the company’s Centaur unmanned ground vehicles (UGV), plus spares. The $23 million contract is sourced through the Dept. of Defense Man Transportable Robotic System Increment II (MTRS Inc II) program.

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