IT deals: Iteris, TransPerfect, Plantensive, Everteam, Guidewire Software

Iteris, TransPerfect, KeyData Associates, Plantensive, Everteam, Guidewire Software, among others, announced their latest IT deals or technology deployments.
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KeyData Associates

KeyData Associates, a provider of cybersecurity services, has won a tech deal from the Government of Canada’s Shared Services Canada (SSC) to provide security technology solutions and systems integration services to address the Privileged Access Management (PAM) requirements of the Government of Canada’s cybersecurity strategy.


TransPerfect, a provider of language and technology solutions, announced that Trek Bicycles has selected and implemented GlobalLink technology to manage its multilingual content and automate key processes in the translation workflow for their global websites.


Plantensive, a supply chain and retail planning consulting provider, has entered into a joint project with CONA Services on a large-scale supply chain planning transformation project. CONA Services is partnering with Plantensive to implement a single JDA software planning platform across twelve bottling companies in North America. The project is expected to provide significant financial benefit to the bottlers and will integrate demand planning across the previously separate supply chains.


Iteris has won a $4.2 million contract from the South Carolina Department of Transportation (SCDOT) to continue its service of the state’s 511 traveler information system. Iteris will upgrade, operate and maintain the system, and deploy an enhanced suite of SC511 mobile apps.


Everteam, a provider of Enterprise Content management and Information Governance software, has won a tech deal from Groupe PSA as part of its strategic program to overhaul the information governance system.

Guidewire Software

Guidewire Software announced that insurer Beazley has selected Guidewire Cyence Risk Analytics (Cyence) to leverage its data collection capabilities to improve underwriting, capital and pricing efficiencies, and offer policy terms and premiums to its customers. Beazley will implement Cyence data models to augment its existing data modeling applications for its cyber insurance line of business, with plans to expand to other lines of business in the future.