Snow Software, Atos, Qualtrics, Clearwater, iconectiv, Veeva Systems, among others, announced their latest IT deals or technology deployment for their business clients.
Snow Software, a supplier of technology intelligence solutions, announced that Australia Post is using the Snow platform to optimize IT operations, gain insight into its technology ecosystem and manage applications.
Atos announced the delivery of Quantum-Learning-as-a-Service (QLaaS) to Xofia to help develop quantum-powered artificial intelligence solutions for the enterprise. Xofia is a startup based in Houston that combines artificial intelligence with quantum-based algorithms to implement problem-solving strategies.
Qualtrics, an experience management company, announced that Broad River Retail (BRR), an Ashley HomeStore licensee in the United States, has selected Qualtrics CustomerXM to drive their customer experience program across 21 Ashley HomeStores in the Carolinas and Georgia. BRR will manage and track customer interactions in-store, online, and across the company’s customer experience, home delivery, and service center divisions on the Qualtrics XM Platform.
Clearwater announced that Ultralat Capital Markets has implemented Clearwater’s web-based solution and services for investment data aggregation, reconciliation, client reporting, and more.
Veeva Systems said the number of Vault CTMS customers has doubled to 50 to adopt the cloud application to improve trial performance during clinical operations.
iconectiv announced its deal to serve as U.S. Secure Telephone Identity Policy Administrator (STI-PA) for the FCC-endorsed ATIS-SIP Forum SHAKEN (Signature-based Handling of Asserted information using toKENs) to mitigate illegal robocalls.