Orange Business, NTT DATA, Verily, Servers.com, Eccovia Solutions, Iteris, Redox, OnTime Networks, Veeva Systems, among others, announced their latest IT deals or technology deployment for their business clients.
Mobileye, an Intel company, has selected Orange Business Services to provide IoT connectivity for its Mobileye 8 Connect.
The Missouri Office of Refugee Administration (MO-ORA) has selected Eccovia Solutions’ ClientTrack, a leading cloud-based refugee data management and reporting solution to manage and support state-wide case management and community services requirements.
Iteris has received a $1 million contract to update the Florida Department of Transportation’s (FDOT) Statewide Intelligent Transportation Systems (ITS) Architecture (SITSA) and seven Regional ITS Architectures (RITSA) to conform to the latest version of the National ITS Architecture.
Redox has partnered with FDB (First Databank) to enable scalability and accessibility of critical patient medication information from FDB’s SMART on FHIR app, Meducation, now listed in the Epic App Orchard.
Grant Street Group
San Mateo County, California Treasurer-Tax Collector, Sandie Arnott, replaced the 30-year old tax collection system she inherited with Grant Street Group’s TaxSys solution. She will now be able to serve her constituents with a full-featured system, employing modern and secure private cloud technology, easily configurable interfaces to key County systems, and real-time dashboards with a view into daily operations.
National Life Group announced a five-year extension of the company’s partnership with NTT DATA to accelerate digital transformation of the National Life IT system across security, applications and infrastructure.
OnTime Networks, a provider of Ethernet solutions for the aerospace and defense industries, has won a tech deal from Airbus Defence and Space to provide its commercial-off-the-shelf (COTS), CloudberryMIL CR-6900 Series Gigabit Ethernet Switch, Router and GPS Time Server solution for a mobile and all-terrain Air Defense Tactical Operation Center (TOC).
Global hosting platform Servers.com announced its tech deal with Gameye to power the future of online multiplayer games. Servers.com will allow Gameye to spin up capacity around the world, relying less on the more expensive cloud platforms like AWS, GCP and Azure.
Veeva Systems announced OPKO Health, a and pharmaceutical company, has selected Veeva CRM to enable field teams to engage in interactions with healthcare professionals (HCPs) through preferred channels.
Veeva Systems also announced that Alvotech has selected Veeva Vault QMS to streamline processes across the organization with improved efficiency and compliance.
8×8 announced that TBI, a technology distributor, is operational on 8×8 X Series, realizing easier collaboration and greater mobility for employees as well as significant savings for their business.
Wearable heart monitor company iRhythm is teaming up with Alphabet’s health company Verily on unspecified new technology that will monitor people at risk for atrial fibrillation, a common form of irregular heart rhythm that is associated with strokes and other serious health problems.