Juniper Networks, Aspen Technology, Sagent, Smiths Detection, Amazon Web Services, Avaya, Fiserv, NCR, Dassault Systemes, Extreme Networks, Diebold Nixdorf, Oracle, IBM, Redi2 Technologies, SAS, among others, announced their latest IT deals or technology deployments for their business clients.
Colruyt Group, a retailer in Belgium and France, has deployed Juniper Networks’ solutions to improve its data connectivity in response to growth in network traffic.
Aspen Technology announced that Rompetrol Rafinare, a refinery company in Romania, will be deploying Aspen Mtell software and Aspen Fidelis Reliability software.
Smiths Detection said its supplier Dainippon has received an order to supply HI-SCAN XCT 10080, an explosives detection system (EDS), to Dainippon for Ezeiza International Airport in Buenos Aires, Argentina.
Sagent will supply its Contact Center solutions to Northfield Bank. Sagent will handle calls from Northfield’s customers related to online banking and general deposit and loan account customer service questions.
Amazon Web Services
Amazon Web Services (AWS) announced that Vertafore, a software and data provider to the insurance industry, is migrating its business-critical products and workloads to AWS.
Avaya announced its tech deal with LogistiCare, an organization helping state governments and managed care organizations run transportation and integrated health care programs. Avaya will supply IX contact center (CC) and unified communications (UC) solutions as its platform for delivering enhanced customer and workforce experiences.
Fiserv, a provider of financial services technology solutions, announced that Kazakhstan-based Eurasian Bank will streamline and automate its cash management processes with technology from Fiserv.
NCR, a technology company for the financial industry, announced that BankDhofar will deploy NCR’s Financial Kiosk in Oman. NCR Financial Kiosk offers BankDhofar customers the ability to conduct 90 percent of teller-aided transactions on their schedule, with a self-service experience without waiting in line in a bank branch.
Dassault Systemes announced its tech deal with BHP to leverage the application of digital technologies to mining.
City of Memphis, Tennessee has selected Extreme Networks to create a network that can support its technology-driven initiatives and lay the foundation for Memphis to be one of the smart cities in the country.
Amplify.ai, a AI solutions provider, will support ABP News Network to develop AI-powered chat assistants on Facebook Messenger for multiple ANN Group subsidiaries. The AI-driven chat assistants are enabling ANN Group’s consumers to receive customized news content.
KeyBank has selected Diebold Nixdorf to refresh its ATM and transaction automation software via a suite of integrated solutions in the DN Vynamic portfolio.
IBM announced a collaboration with Sund & Bælt — which owns and operates some of the largest infrastructure in the world — to assist in IBM’s development of an AI-powered IoT solution to prolong the lifespan of aging bridges, tunnels, highways, and railways.
The University of California San Diego is replacing its legacy financial management system with Oracle Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) Cloud.
Redi2 Technologies has been selected by Independent Financial Partners (IFP), an investment advisor, as their provider of hosted fee billing and revenue management solutions.
New Jersey has selected SAS Analytics to build a digital platform and database that will help advance the state’s data-driven strategies. The recently launched Integrated Drug Awareness Dashboard (IDAD) harnesses analytics to create a computerized, information-sharing dashboard to exchange opioid-related data within the state.