IT deals: Serco, Fiserv, NEC, Iteris, MX, Ellucian

Serco, Fiserv, NEC, Iteris, MX, Ellucian, Aurigo Masterworks Cloud, among others, announced their latest IT deals or technology deployments for the business clients.
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Aurigo Masterworks Cloud

Aurigo Masterworks Cloud announced its technology deal with Montana Department of Transportation (MDT). Aurigo Masterworks Cloud has won the deal through a competitive selection process.

MDT will use the enterprise cloud software via a five-year contract to streamline their processes for capital planning, construction project management and Fund Management of its capital infrastructure program.


MX, a fin-tech company, announced its technology deal with Hughes Federal Credit Union to enhance its digital capabilities by the deployment of MX Helios for its mobile platform in an effort to enhance digital experience to members.

NEC Technologies

NEC Technologies India has won an network contract for installing CCTV surveillance and traffic management systems in Gurugram City, India.

NEC will install a variety of CCTV cameras in selected locations in Gurugram to perform traffic enforcement and general surveillance across 115 sectors of Gurugram and Manesar. NEC will implement the project within this year.


Ellucian, a provider of software and services to power higher education, announced a new tech deal with Naropa University (Naropa), a private liberal arts university in Boulder, Colorado. Naropa University will implement Ellucian cloud solutions to create a unified technology framework.


Fiserv, a provider of financial services technology solutions, announced its tech deal with Carpathia Credit Union, based in Winnipeg, Manitoba, along with Estonian Credit Union and PARAMA Credit Union, both based in Toronto, to modernize their operations and enable them to serve members more effectively.


Iteris, an applied informatics company, announced its new contracts worth $1.4 million from OC 405 Partners for traffic manager support, construction operations and maintenance, and associated construction phase services in support of the I-405 Improvement Project in southern California.


Serco has won three new orders – with total value of value of $16.4 million — within the last 30 days, under the SPAWAR Global Installation Contract vehicle, installing command, control, communications, computer, intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance (C4ISR) systems including Consolidated Afloat Network Enterprise System (CANES) and Navy Multiband Terminal (NMT).

Serco said it will install the C4ISR systems aboard a guided-missile cruiser, an amphibious transport dock ship and a Los Angeles-class submarine. The work scope of the IT deal includes removal of current systems, structural modifications, installation of 21 different C4ISR systems, and testing support. Serco will do the work in San Diego and Hawaii.

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