IT deals: Google, Infor, IBS Software, Yottabyte, Oracle

Google, Infor, IBS Software, Yottabyte, Oracle, Beck Technology, Qumulo, Accenture, among others, announced their latest IT deals or technology deployments for the enterprise clients.
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Google is previewing remote vehicle controls with Hyundai’s Blue Link to control a Hyundai vehicle remotely through the Google Assistant.

Hyundai owners can use an Assistant-enabled smart speaker, Smart Display or Android or iOS phone and can do things like start their car from the kitchen, set their car’s temperature from the comfort of their couch, or make sure their car doors are locked while in the grocery store more efficiently.


Infor, a provider of cloud applications, announced its tech deal with Morel, a maker of eyeglass frames in France, for the deployment of the Infor M3 Fashion solution to nine subsidiaries abroad.

IBS Software

IBS Software (IBS) has won a technology contract from LATAM Airlines Group to unify the group’s fleet and crew operations software.


Yottabyte announced that Maven IT, a managed services provider (MSP) in Southeast Michigan, is using Yottabyte software to help simplify the complexity of migrating to the cloud for SMB customers.


Betinvest, a gaming solutions provider, has tapped Oracle to monetize its i-gaming digital services. Oracle Monetization Cloud will enable Betinvest to offer partners a single, agile system for handling their complex business needs while helping ensure compliance with international financial system standards.

Beck Technology

Beck Technology, a software and service firm for the commercial design and construction industry, announced its tech deal with Donley’s, a construction management company, for the deployment of DESTINI Estimator as its new enterprise-wide preconstruction platform.


Accenture and FieldCore, a GE company, have automated and streamlined disparate human resources and payroll systems following the merger of several entities into FieldCore’s industrial field services organization that operates in 63 countries and has more than 12,000 employees. Accenture migrated manual processes and more than 1,400 pay rules to an online system.


Qumulo, a hybrid cloud file storage company, announced that Sinking Ship Entertainment has selected Qumulo’s file storage to support its visual effects (VFX) and interactive services.


Nederlandse Gasunie, a gas infrastructure company, and Accenture have built and deployed a digital natural gas transport management system (GTMS), designed to help better manage the Dutch gas grid, which transports natural gas, hydrogen and green gas from biomass.

Based on gas management system software from Schneider Electric, the GTMS enables the monitoring and control of the Dutch gas grid.


Business software maker SAP and Apple will assist clients develop their mobile business applications using Apple’s machine-learning technology. Germany’s SAP partnered with Apple in 2016 to rebuild mobile apps for its existing product lines, including human resources and expense management, to run natively on Apple’s iOS operating system.