IT deals: Accenture, Iteris, Nucleus Vision, Perspecta

Accenture, Iteris, Nucleus Vision, Traiana, Perspecta, Citrix Systems, among others, announced their latest IT deals or technology deployments.
Tech dealsAccenture

IT services provider Accenture said it is helping Occidental Petroleum, an international oil and gas exploration and production company, accelerate the transformation of its information technology architecture in support of its business objectives.


Iteris announced that it is one of two technology firms to be awarded the Texas Department of Transportation’s (TxDOT) Wave 2 Austin District Traffic Signal Timing indefinite contract worth up to $2 million.

Nucleus Vision

Indian clothing retail chain Arvind Fashions has selected Nucleus Vision, an IoT and blockchain company, to initiate a pilot project aiming to offer a personalized experience to their shoppers. Arvind will implement Nucleus Vision’s sensor technology in their Gap, Unlimited and U. S. Polo. Assn. stores to strengthen customer analytics.


Perspecta has won a $982 million technology deal to provide cyber electronic warfare support to the U.S. Army Program Executive Office for Intelligence, Electronic Warfare, and Sensors (PEO IEW&S) on the R4 program.

Citrix Systems

Bechtle AG, a leading IT provider with some 70 systems integrators in Germany, Austria and Switzerland, is using digital workspace solutions from Citrix Systems to create a modern work experience that engages employees for powering productivity and success.

OSI Systems

OSI Systems announced that its security division has won a $28 million contract from U.S.-based prime contractor, Huntington Ingalls Industries, to provide service maintenance, training, engineering and logistic support for multiple platforms of Rapiscan baggage, parcel and cargo inspection systems.


Accenture announced the selection by Hawaiian Airlines to support recruiting efforts for the company’s information technology (IT) center in greater Phoenix by assisting in creating a recruitment program. Hawaiian Airlines expects to hire more than 100 IT professionals for its Phoenix Technology Center.