IT deals: Rimini Street, Trend Micro, JDA Software, Infor

Rimini Street, Trend Micro, JDA Software, Infor, Extreme Networks, Fiserv, among others, announced their latest IT deals or technology deployments.
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Rimini Street

Rimini Street has won a tech deal from auto manufacturer Hyundai-Kia Motors for the supply of the software support services.

Trend Micro

Trend Micro has deployed advanced security solutions at Evalueserve. Trend Micro Deep Security was implemented across their 19 ESX servers for 100 virtual servers and 1,300 virtual desktop infrastructure (VDI) machines.

JDA Software

JDA Software announces that it worked with Walmart in the development and rollout of the retailer’s new advanced scheduling system, supported by JDA Workforce Management. The rollout of Walmart’s new scheduling system has been deployed to more than 1.1 million of its associates across approximately 4,600 stores.

Infor

Infor announced that APP Group has selected Infor Retail CloudSuite to support their global expansion.

Extreme Networks

Extreme Networks, together with partner Indicium B.V., will design and deploy a network for Zwarte Cross, a paid music and sports festival in the Netherlands. Extreme will deploy its Smart OmniEdge solution for the network backbone, offering Wi-Fi connectivity to 220,000 attendees and supporting operations and back-of-house systems.

By Light Professional

By Light Professional IT Services (By Light) announced the award of a $23.5 million order on the Defense Information Systems Agency’s Global Information Grid Services Management – Engineering, Transition and Implementation (GSM-ETI) contract.

Fiserv

Fiserv, a provider of financial services technology solutions, announced that Pan-American Life Insurance Group (PALIG), a provider of insurance and financial services, is deploying Fiserv technology for strengthening the effectiveness of its anti-money laundering (AML) compliance and risk management program.

Rui Xin Insurance Technology

Rui Xin Insurance Technology announced its five-year deal with China Lending Corporation, a non-bank financial corporation.