IT deals: Moody’s Analytics, Oracle, Google Cloud, Accenture

Moody’s Analytics, Exabeam, Infor, Compuverde, Oracle, Boeing, Google Cloud, Donuts, Ex Libris and Accenture, have announced their latest IT deals / technology deployments for their business clients.
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Exabeam, a SIEM company, announced its deal with NTT DATA Corporation to secure its global operations using Exabeam’s Security Management Platform (SMP). Exabeam’s security platform provides data collection, machine learning and analytics for cyber threat detection and response.

Moody’s Analytics

Moody’s Analytics announced its deal with CapX Partners, a Chicago-based equipment finance provider, for the deployment of Moody’s Analytics RiskCalc Small Business solution to simplify access to capital for SMB businesses.


Infor, a cloud software company, announced its deal with Finest Shoes, an Italian footwear manufacturer, for the deployment of Infor M3 Fashion with Infor Accelerator for Fashion.

Infor partner and digital fashion specialist Venistar will deploy the application to support in strategic decision making, visibility and boost production at the fashion footwear brand.


Compuverde announced that German state tech university Hochschule Ostwestfalen-Lippe (OWL University) has expanded its storage across three campuses using Compuverde’s vNAS solution. OWL University has achieved stronger data security, better performance and lower overhead, administration and maintenance costs with the deployment of the software-defined storage solution.


Cafe Anatolia, a New Zealand company specializing in Turkish cuisine sourced from fresh, has selected Oracle to expand to new locations. Cafe Anatolia will use Oracle Food and Beverage Simphony Cloud.


Boeing has won a $2.46 billion U.S. defense contract for the production and delivery of 19 P-8A Poseidon long-range anti-submarine warfare and surveillance aircraft and other equipment.

Google Cloud

Ad software firm OpenX announced a 5-year deal for $110 million plus with Alphabet Inc’s Google to use its cloud computing services in what the companies described as a first for the online ads industry.


Accenture has won a $49.4 million IT contract to modernize the payroll, leave-management and core human resources functions that serve more than 600,000 U.S. Air Force men and women.


Donuts, a provider of Internet domains, announced that publishing platform has selected the Donuts Relevant Name Search (RNS) engine for use with all international-language domain searches on the website.


Aetna, Anthem, Health Care Service Corporation, PNC Bank and IBM announced a new collaboration to create a network using blockchain technology to improve transparency and interoperability in the healthcare industry.


Infor announced that Stokke, the Norwegian manufacturer of children’s furniture and prams, has deployed Infor CloudSuite M3 throughout operations in Europe, the US and Asia. The Infor application will help enable Stokke to reduce complexity and ensure IT strategy is dedicated to business development than technical maintenance.

Ex Libris

Ex Libris, a ProQuest company, announced that Washington State University (WSU) has selected the Ex Libris Esploro research services solution to optimize the university’s research workflows.

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