IT deals: IBM, Oracle, Black Knight, Aria Systems, Allsec

IBM, Oracle, Black Knight, Aria Systems, Allsec Technologies, among others, announced their latest IT deals or technology deployments for their business clients.
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The Freshwater Trust (TFT) is partnering with IBM Research and SweetSense, a provider of satellite connected sensors, to pilot technologies which can monitor and track groundwater use in North America.


TaylorMade Golf is deploying Oracle Autonomous Database in order to automate the day-to-day database operations and tuning.

Tom Collard, vice president of IT, TaylorMade. “With Oracle Autonomous Data Warehouse, we now have a scalable, low-cost cloud platform to power our business. This will help sustain growth and free up valuable employee time so they can focus on more mission-critical initiatives.”

TaylorMade will ensure its critical infrastructure is running efficiently with performance that is 40x faster than its previous on-premise database solution.

Black Knight

Black Knight announced that KeyBank has implemented the Black Knight MSP servicing system to service its mortgage portfolio to improve efficiency and risk management.

KeyBank is already using Black Knight’s Empower loan origination system, as well as its Bankruptcy and Foreclosure and Invoicing solutions. The bank is also using components of the Black Knight Actionable Intelligence Platform (AIP) to help the bank monitor and manage its servicing portfolio, said Amy Brady, CIO of KeyBank.

Aria Systems

Aria Systems announced that MINDBODY, a technology platform for fitness, beauty and wellness services, has selected the company’s cloud billing solution. MINDBODY will replace an alternative cloud billing solution with Aria’s platform to provide the company with a single enterprise-grade environment that can automate customer touchpoints across all lines of business.

Allsec Technologies

Payroll service provider Allsec Technologies will work with Samsung across 28 countries by providing payroll, reimbursements, payroll related taxation, international compliance, and data integration with the Korean major’s extant ERP systems.

The standardised platform based self-service solutions extend to Samsung’s 22,000 employees across the globe, including key territories like West Asia, SAARC and African countries.

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