IT deals: Juniper Networks, Podium, TransPerfect, Cerillion

Juniper Networks, Podium, TransPerfect, Phynd Technologies, Toshiba Global Commerce, 360factors, Velodyne Lidar, Cerillion, among others, announced their latest IT deals or tech deployments for their business customers.
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Juniper Networks

Juniper Networks has become Aston Martin’s official networking partner. Aston Martin will work with Juniper Networks to deploy a network to support its business through projected growth and expansion of its vehicle ranges. Aston Martin is already a Juniper customer, with deployments across its manufacturing, administration and customer-facing sites.

Phynd Technologies

Phynd Technologies, a health care provider information management platform, announced that UC San Diego Health, a non-profit hospital system, has selected Phynd to manage all provider information across its 800-bed hospital and multi-specialty academic health science center.

360factors

German American Bank will be deploying 360factors’ platform, Predict360. The bank will be employing compliance management, regulatory change management, document management, and audit management, along with regulatory and business intelligence tools.

Podium

Podium, a customer interaction management platform, has signed a contract with Kia Motors America as one of their preferred providers in their Social Media & Reputation Management (SMRM) program for their dealers across the United States.

TransPerfect

TransPerfect, a provider of language and technology solutions, announced its client Pestana Hotel Group has achieved 75 percent increase in revenues in key international markets. Pestana engaged TransPerfect to provide localization services through the GlobalLink translation management system, which simplifies the creation, deployment, and maintenance of multilingual content.

Toshiba Global Commerce

Toshiba Global Commerce Solutions will be providing its retail store technology, POS systems and managed services to Dunn-Edwards for optimizing in-store performance for the Southwestern United States’ leading paint manufacturer and retailer.

Velodyne Lidar

Velodyne Lidar announced that Optimus Ride will use Velodyne’s lidar sensors in its self-driving vehicles. The sensors provide rich computer perception data that enables real-time object and free space detection for safe navigation and reliable operation.

Cerillion

Cerillion announced a new contract with LINK Mobility, a provider of SMS and message delivery solutions in Europe, to consolidate its business units on a single standardised BSS platform.

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