IT deals: General Dynamics, Microsoft, Box, Zebra Technologies

General Dynamics, Microsoft, Box, Zebra Technologies, Celonis, SwiftStack, Persistent Systems, Greenphire, among others, announced their latest IT deals or technology deployments.
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Microsoft is working with Providence St. Joseph Health, a U.S. hospital chain, on building a new high-tech hospital. Providence St. Joseph CEO Rod Hochman said the chain would adapt an existing facility in the Seattle area, near Microsoft’s headquarters.


Box announced that NEC Corporation has selected Box as its content management platform to support its Work-Style Reform, which is central to NEC’s digital business initiative. NEC has deployed Box to over 100,000 employees within the worldwide NEC Group.

Zebra Technologies

Zebra Technologies announced Purolator will use its mobile devices for drivers, retail and hub operations and ShipTrack’s software for track and trace, dispatch and hub management operations.


Celonis, a provider of enterprise acceleration software, announced that CompuCom is using Celonis’ intelligent process mining technology to analyze and improve its managed service processes in more than 4 million ServiceNow incidents per year, achieving up to 20 percent reduction in service ticket volumes.


Everbridge announced that Tulane University has selected Everbridge to power its campus safety initiative.


SwiftStack, a multi-cloud data storage and management provider, announced that DC BLOX, a multi-tenant data center provider in the Southeastern U.S., has deployed SwiftStack software to power its cloud storage service.

General Dynamics

General Dynamics Information Technology has won a $2 billion contract to manage the U.S. Department of State (DOS) global technical security supply chain.

Persistent Systems

Persistent Systems announced Artel is using its solutions to provide life science laboratories with instrument-based systems and expertise that enables them to achieve the most accurate test results possible.


Greenphire, a provider of financial software for clinical trials, has been selected by Atlantic Research Group (ARG), a contract research organization to implement its ClinCard and ConneX solutions to improve the clinical trial experience for sites and patients.