Ceridian, HPE, OneTrust, Titan HST, Pareteum, Tripleseat, Zenoti Software, Honeywell, among others, announced their latest IT deals or technology deployments.
Ceridian, a human capital management (HCM) company, announced its tech deal with Costa Coffee, a leading coffee retailer in the UK, for the deployment of Dayforce to manage their recruitment, HR and payroll processes.
Zenoti Software, a cloud-based platform for the spa, salon and med spa industry, has won a tech deal from Hand & Stone Massage and Facial Spas for POS, digital marketing and analytics.
OneTrust, a privacy management platform, announced ResMed, a connected health company with more than 10 million devices for daily remote patient monitoring, selected OneTrust to power privacy compliance.
ResMed leverages OneTrust’s Data Mapping Automation, PIA & DPIA Automation, Cookie Consent and Website Scanning and Data Subject Rights Management for GDPR, CCPA and global privacy regulation compliance.
Titan HST has won a tech deal from Petra Risk Solutions to assist hotels with compliance in order to properly meet state regulations in the hospitality industry.
Honeywell announced that PetroChina Guangdong Petrochemical Company will deploy oil processing technology from Honeywell UOP for its petrochemical complex in China. Honeywell UOP will provide technology licenses, engineering design, key equipment, and state-of-the-art catalysts and adsorbents, operator training, technical services for startup and continuing operation.
Pareteum announced its tech deal with Scandinavian Airlines for the deployment of the Pareteum Experience Cloud communications platform to enhanced communications experience to its mobile workforce, including its flight crews.
Tripleseat, a web-based sales and event management platform, announces 300 restaurants selected Tripleseat for the deployment of its sales and event management platform. Tripleseat works with 63,000 event sales managers in more than 5,000 restaurants, hotels, and unique venues across the US.
Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE) announced it designed a new supercomputer for NASA to support a mission to land the next humans on the lunar South Pole region by 2024.