Mphasis, ProcessMAP, DC BLOX, JDA Software, Mindgruve, Brilliance Financial Technology, Macronix International, among others, announced their latest IT deals or technology deployments.
ProcessMAP, a provider of data intelligence platform for environmental health and safety and quality (EHSQ), announced that Sai Life Sciences has adopted ProcessMAP’s platform to support strategic initiatives in its Health, Safety, and Environmental sustainability programs.
Atlanta-based DC BLOX, a data center provider, announced that Torch Technologies, one of the government contractors, has selected DC BLOX to deliver colocation, network services, and cloud storage in its Huntsville and Birmingham, AL, data centers.
Austria-based Lenzing Group, which supplies specialty fibers to the fashion industry, has selected JDA Software for the deployment of JDA Sales & Operations Planning across production operations, as well as sales, marketing and finance.
Skyguide, an air navigation service provider in Switzerland, and AirMap, an airspace intelligence platform for drones, in partnership with the Swiss Federal Office of Civil Aviation (FOCA), deployed the Swiss U-space flight information management system for drones.
Mphasis has signed a deal with The Ardonagh Group, an independent insurance intermediary in the UK, for the service provision including management of hybrid cloud infrastructure, network services, service desk, desktop engineering, and security services.
Brilliance Financial Technology
Brilliance Financial Technology, a provider of digital pricing and intelligence, announced a deal with Bank of New Zealand (BNZ) to implement Brilliance’s deal management and relationship pricing solution, DealPoint.
Mindgruve, a modern marketing agency in the U.S., has won a deal to manage SEO and website analytics for Skullcandy. Mindgruve will lead Skullcandy’s website analytics and SEO efforts to increase discoverability and optimize website performance.
Macronix International announced that Macronix’s ArmorFlash memory is being utilized on the NVIDIA DRIVE AGX Xavier and DRIVE AGX Pegasus autonomous vehicle computing platforms.