Accenture, Serco, DLT Solutions, Winding Tree, SEI, Tech Mahindra, among others, announced their latest IT deals or technology deployments for their business clients.
Accenture has revealed that it assisted Radisson Hotel Group in the Americas to develop and implement a new digital customer relationship management platform and mobile application in order to drive sales growth and enhance efficiency of operations.
Serco announced that the Naval Information Warfare Systems Command (NAVWAR) has named the company as one of six award winners for a $2.45 billion contract to support the U.S. Navy in the installation and testing of Command, Control, Communications, Computers, Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance (C4ISR) systems.
Winding Tree announced its blockchain agreement with Etihad Airways, the United Arab Emirates’ national carrier, to explore using blockchain to distribute products and services without the need for third parties such as Sabre.
DLT Solutions, a government solutions aggregator, has recently won a three-year, $18.4 million order from the Department of Labor (DOL) for Red Hat solutions. This new IT contract enables DLT to facilitate the delivery of enterprise Red Hat solutions to all DOL agencies, including the Bureau of Labor Statistics, and all DOL Government Purchase Card (GPC) holders.
SEI announced CIBC U.S. Private Wealth Management has selected the SEI Wealth Platform (SWP) to support its business with an operating platform. SEI’s solution will offer a set of front-office capabilities and end-client experiences, along with core processing support for internal and external custody relationships.
Tech Mahindra announced its three-year technology deal Aakash Educational Services to manage its IT operations including infrastructure, data centre and applications. Tech Mahindra will provide support to the digital transformation of Aakash Educational Services by implementing an automation model for digital support and maintenance.
Pacific Fund Systems
Pacific Fund Systems (PFS), a provider of global fund administration software, announced its tech deal with Abacus Financial Services (Abacus) an international professional services firm based in Gibraltar, for the deployment of the PFS-PAXUS fund administration system for its third-party fund administration business operations.
Beep, a Florida-based autonomous mobility solutions company, announced a tech partnership with Bestmile, a fleet orchestration platform. Beep will use technology from Bestmile to plan, manage and orchestrate its autonomous shuttle fleets.
IMPORTADORA RICAMAR (Super 99), a supermarket chain in Panama, is deploying Oracle SD-WAN throughout its network, and reduced its communications costs by $20,000 per month. Super 99 has also increased application up-time; experienced fewer problem tickets; realized more efficient networking topology; and seen lower latency for real-time replication between its data centers and storage sites.