Microsoft, Infor, Serco, Infosys McCamish, Teradata, EY, among others, announced their latest IT deals or technology deployments.
Serco has won a one-year order worth $8.3 million from the Naval Information Warfare Center (NIWC) Pacific for upgrades to Giant Voice Mass Notification Systems at multiple locations in the Western Pacific Region.
Infosys McCamish, a developer of solutions for the insurance and financial services industry, announced its deal with Pan-American Life Insurance Group (PALIG), a provider of life, accident and health insurance, for the deployment of policy administration services for PALIG’s new Global Assets Indexed Universal Life (IUL) product.
Teradata announced that Said Business School, University of Oxford will be using Teradata Vantage for research that aims to provide answers to some of businesses’ most critical marketing challenges.
Bofrost Italia, a supplier of frozen foods, has selected EY to provide a blockchain solution based on the EY OpsChain platform. The company will implement the EY OpsChain traceability application to trace its products in every step of the supply chain.
Brazilian food retailer GPA plans to open its store to test Microsoft-powered technologies such as facial recognition and “scan & go” shopping by year-end.
Infor announced that Qatar-based Milaha has deployed Infor WMS to help digitize its supply chain and warehouse management operations. Milaha Maritime will use Infor’s WMS application across Milaha Logistics City to accommodate its service offerings, which include warehousing and distribution, freight forwarding in all modes, transportation, and stevedoring services.